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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.
jmizoguchi wrote: Been not able to bridge , you may just end up double NAT
2013-07-03 09:24 PM
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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.
2013-07-03 10:13 PM
takhart wrote: Here goes a third try very short timeouts...
aDSL (U-verse) input to AT&T mdm/rtr.
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)
3700 input from above
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: In general I agree about the level of expertize of AT&T installers. BUT the technician I dealt with knew exactly what he was doing, understood what I wanted to have happen, knew how to make it work, set it up and it all works.
Since the PC and N600 (alias WNDR3700?) are hard wired together through the N600 (w/Ethernet ports). I have control of the router and through the wires the U-verse settings as well.
I may be a newbie to this site but my credits come with network design, telecommunications management and computer management Master's degrees along with 58 years in electronics (USN, DOD, Private sector).
Your experience with AT&T tek's may have been less than desirable but here in San Diego, one tek from AT&T U-verse is excellent, knowledgeable and polite.
PS: Have a great 4th tomorrow.
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