|reply to ctaranto |
Re: Three router setup, remote DVR not working...
Thanks for all the responses... Appears the first few weren't aware I was using the 3 router setup from the FAQ.
I have since put the Actiontec by itself on the network just to get all features working again, so I can't answer specific questions above. I hard reset it, unplugged for 2 hours, and it got another IP address (also in the 98.x.x.x range). Remote DVR still doesn't work.
I chatted with Verizon twice, neither agent could fix it.
I unplugged all DVRs and hard reset the router again. Plugged in each DVR one at a time. Still doesn't work.
I went into the menus and disabled/re-enabled Remote DVR. Still doesn't work.
Another thread mentioned that once a customer is flagged with a non-Verizon router, it needs to be unflagged. I'll have to give Verizon a call when I'm home to get this working again.
So which setup is:
1. Reliable with Remote DVR
2. Allows me to use my router for wireless, DHCP, QoS, etc? (not necessarily as the primary in the setup)
3. Allows my own VoIP service hanging off my router (for QoS reasons)? Ideally, not double NAT'd.