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Created: Nov 12, 2013
tankb9663 Created: Nov. 12, 2013
@SomeJoe7777 Yes you are correct. I had a single pair RJ11 connector to their old RG. I don't remember the model number but the new model is the Motorola NVG589. I am also basing the latency and distance from speedtest.net and from PINGing my VPN server. I don't have a good case for tracert as the path it takes shows layer 3 nodes in it's path but not distance. It does sh...
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tankb9663 Created: Nov. 12, 2013
@SomeJoe7777 I understand that the geolocation can be inaccurate but the speedtest and latency just proves it is correctly located in another state. While running the test to a local server at my work place, I was receiving around 80ms response time. I did the exact same test to a server in Kansas and got around 40ms. This seems to me that my internet traffic is going out...
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tankb9663 Created: Nov. 11, 2013
My public IP address seems to be from a DHCP scope assigned to Kansas area. The next hop route is going to a node in Kansas before it gets to any other service. I've done multiple tracert and it shows that I'm going through 99.175.88.3. If you look up the geolocation for these IP scopes, you can see where it originate from Kansas. Since I have a public IP address allocate...
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tankb9663 Created: Nov. 11, 2013
Do you have internal coax cabling that you can use with your residental gateway? All of my boxes are connected via coax with HPNA enable on the gateway. I know that the reason to use the wireless boxes is so you don't have to deal with cables but wireless is only a half duplex medium. Also are you using 802.11n? That would increase your data rates and possibly reduce perf...
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tankb9663 Created: Nov. 11, 2013
Can anyone from AT&T staff change my public IP address? I'm currently assigned an IP from Kansas but I live in Wisconsin. After upgrading my service from 24MB to 45MB, I received a new residental gateway. When I checked my speed to ensure that I'm getting the correct service and I noticed that the default servers were pointing to Kansas. I have the new NVG589 gateway. The...
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