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Connect WNDR3700 to a AT&T U-Verse Motorola NVG510 4-Port 10/100 Wireless

The U-Verse AT&T provides does not have a guest access for wireless. So I am thinking of connecting my Netgear WNDR3700 to the U-Verse Modem. The U-Verse modem is also a router with wireless. Has anyone got any suggestions how to do this? I have read elsewhere that I will need to disable the wireless in the AT&T U-Verse modem which is easy. Just looking for the correct way to add the Netgear to this U-verse modem/router that won't give me any problems. I appreciate the help, and did search before posting a question. Thanks, Ron
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Re: Connect WNDR3700 to a AT&T U-Verse Motorola NVG510 4-Port 10/100 Wireless

No one have any ideas?
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Re: Connect WNDR3700 to a AT&T U-Verse Motorola NVG510 4-Port 10/100 Wireless

You know you posted wrong place for 3700

http://forum1.netgear.com/forumdisplay.php?f=105
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Re: Connect WNDR3700 to a AT&T U-Verse Motorola NVG510 4-Port 10/100 Wireless

You can't bridge u verse so you are sol on that . You can't use guest well when 3700 is in AP mode, I do think
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Re: Connect WNDR3700 to a AT&T U-Verse Motorola NVG510 4-Port 10/100 Wireless

Sorry, thought gateway router area was the place to post, will have to look for the other areas. I also know the U-verse can't be bridged, what I was reading in other places was that you can disable wireless in the U-verse modem and plug a router into the U-verse and use that added router. At the very bottom of this page is what I was going to try http://www.sbbala.com/uverse/index.html I was just looking here to see if any one else had tried hooking up a router to this before I tried. Guess I will just try it and see what goes.
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Been not able to bridge , you may just end up double NAT
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jmizoguchi wrote:
Been not able to bridge , you may just end up double NAT
Thanks, after I try and mess with it, I will post any results so others can benefit from it if they try to do this.
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That's twice I have been kicked out and returned to this empty box. If you want to know how to make things work call AT&T support. It is a simple set of steps if you know what you are doing. I tried to list the steps but the site deleted the information, 2X. bye.
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Re: Connect WNDR3700 to a AT&T U-Verse Motorola NVG510 4-Port 10/100 Wireless

Here goes a third try very short timeouts...
aDSL (U-verse) input to AT&T mdm/rtr.
outputs are
Wifi 2.4 GHz low band only.
Ethernet ports usually U-verse installed/changes by U-verse tek.
1. Whole house DVR unit
2. Unit powered antennae assy
3. output Ethernet cable to WNDR3700 (N600 assy)
4. spare

3700 input from above
outputs WIFI
1. 2.4 GHz low band [use for slow devices like Wifi Printers/ e Printers (usu. HP)]
2. 5 GHz Hi band [use for iPODs, iPhones, iPAD, galaxy Notes, etc.
Ethernet ports on back]
1. PC [ this makes the PC a wired connection to the aDSL cable via a modem.]
2. Hard Drives for personal cloud drives like WD My Book Live 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, or 10 TB HDD
3. spare or see #2
4. spare or see #2

Works for my systems...
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takhart wrote:
That's twice I have been kicked out and returned to this empty box. If you want to know how to make things work call AT&T support. It is a simple set of steps if you know what you are doing. I tried to list the steps but the site deleted the information, 2X. bye.


Sorry to hear you got kicked 2x takhart.
Actually ATT Modem don't have bridge, but it has passthrough.
Passthrough is the same thing, and it works just fine.
Ports are opened and remote viewing of security cameras work.
ATT Support is actually not good. I rather figure it out then go through them, their answer is usually $$$.
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