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ATT u-verse and R6300

Wild72
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ATT u-verse and R6300

How can I use my 6300 in combo with the ATT U-verse "gateway"?
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jmizoguchi
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Re: ATT u-verse and R6300

u-verse believe not abel to use as bridge mode.

in most cases use router behind the uverse as double nat or use as AP setup
http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/965

using AP setup will loose all the firewall features but you can setup correctly with u-verse handle as DHCP and NAT
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Wild72
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Re: ATT u-verse and R6300

Thank you. I'm not sure I understand all the abbreviations, but I am committed to trying. The ATT router isn't half the router that the 6300 is!
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Mars Mug
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Re: ATT u-verse and R6300

If the ATT router has a ‘DMZ’ option (and no option for Bridged Mode) then you could use that to put the Netgear router in the DMZ of the ATT, that should avoid most (maybe all) problems of having two routers in series.
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