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Created: May 20, 2014
woohilo07 Created: May. 20, 2014
Yes and no. Yes, you can use your own Linksys router behind the gateway for your wireless needs. No, the AT&T gateway is required to provide your service.
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woohilo07 Created: May. 20, 2014
The gateways do not offer QoS. To gain this feature, consider using a third-party router.
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Created: May 20, 2014
woohilo07 Created: May. 20, 2014
To use remote desktop, forward your ports in Pace5031NV gateway page. Select your computer, adjust the port number, set the TCP/UDP, and you're set.
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Created: May 19, 2014
woohilo07 Created: May. 19, 2014
You can place your own surge protector for cautionary measures.
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Created: May 19, 2014
woohilo07 Created: May. 19, 2014
You can try investing in a router. I recommend the Netgear Nighthawk R7000 as an access point. The range is amazing and your network would be futureproof for a decade.
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Created: May 19, 2014
woohilo07 Created: May. 19, 2014
Think carefully before replacing your gateway. If you are wondering which gateway to buy, information can be found here: http://forums.att.com/t5/Residential-Gateway/Which-Residential-Gateway/td-p/3979440
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Created: May 19, 2014
woohilo07 Created: May. 19, 2014
Quote: " I have gone through all the steps that you provided me. I can still connect to the router, draw an ip address but when I go to status is shows bytes are being sent but not received. " I had this problem recently. To solve this issue, manually set the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and DNS Servers. Normally, you will be using a private IP using of the s...
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Created: May 17, 2014
woohilo07 Created: May. 17, 2014
What DSL chip is used in the 3600HGV, 3801, 5031NV, and 589?
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Created: May 12, 2014
woohilo07 Created: May. 12, 2014
Most AT&T subscribers either use the default gateway as a wifi/modem or attach a separate router. This scenario is for AT&T subscribers who use a separate router behind their gateway. For example, a 3600 HGV vs 5031NV, disregarding the wireless features, the modem is the same. Another example would be a 3800HGV vs NV589. Disregarding the wireless features, the modem is ex...
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Created: May 11, 2014
woohilo07 Created: May. 11, 2014
AT&T offers a variety of gateways to their customers. Some of these gateways are specifically for their triple-play subscribers while other gateways are for their internet-only subscribers. Normally, the gateways differ on the services the customer is subscribing to, and yes some gateways offers different options like wireless g or n. However, my question is specifically ...
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Created: May 7, 2014
woohilo07 Created: May. 7, 2014
Thank you for your quick response, my thoughts! No wonder, you're one of the most celebrated forum employee on here! Regarding the next step, what are the benefits of a dedicated cat5 homerun?
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Created: May 7, 2014
woohilo07 Created: May. 7, 2014
AFTER MANUALLY UPGRADING PHONE CABLE FROM PHONE JACK: I manually change the phone cable that was plugged into RG from a standard phone cable into a Cat5e RJ-11 cable . The new stats are here: (Some stats change for the better while the other are for the worse):
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