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felixmacovei

join:2012-01-05
Downey, CA

U-verse

Somebody knows if I can use the Westell Versalink 327W with U-Verse??? U-verse is using the ADSL2+ which the Westell is...I don't want to spend 100 bucks on their Motorola NVG510.


Wingless60

join:2009-07-30
Athens, TN

You cannot use a Westell Versallink 327W with U-verse. That modem only supports legacy ADSL2 networks. You must use one of ATT's U-verse compatible modems.


tel601

join:2005-08-11
Picayune, MS
reply to felixmacovei

Westell Versalink is a ATM modem. Uverse IP-dsl is PTM based. Also the versalink will not have the authentication certificate in it.



ILpt4U
Premium
join:2006-11-12
Lisle, IL
kudos:9
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·AT&T U-Verse

Depending on speed ordered & if you are getting static IPs or not, you must use one of 3 U-Verse IPDSLAM ADSL2+ modems:
1) Moto NVG510 supports all speed tiers & both dynamic and static IPs
2) 2Wire/Pace 2701 HGV-B supports speed tiers up to Elite 6 Mbps down & both dynamic and static IPs
3) Moto 2210 (black model, not gray model) supports all speed tiers & only dynamic IPs

You may find any of the 3 compatible modems on eBay, typically

And of course this only covers the IPDSLAM ADSL2+ flavor of U-Verse. For FTTN VDSL2 or BPON FTTP, different equipment is needed