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orignalpostr

@sbcglobal.net

Motorola NVG510 vs 2wire 3801hgv

Can anyone tell me which is better?


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

Can anyone tell me which is better?

Hard to compare -- the two devices are for different "flavors" of U-Verse services

The Moto NVG510 is for the U-Verse ADSL2+ IPDSLAM service. It has a b/g/n single band WiFi radio. And it has 4 wired ethernet ports, and a single 2-line VoIP output port. It supports U-Verse internet and/or U-Voice VoIP

The 2Wire/Pace 3801HGV is for the U-Verse VDSL2 FTTN service or BPON FTTP service. It has a b/g single band WiFi radio. And it has 4 wired ethernet ports, and a single 2-line VoIP output port. It also has a Coax port, which can be used to feed the VDSL2 broadband signal to the modem and/or output HPNA over coax from the modem to TV STBs (main use) or to other HPNA compatible devices. The device supports U-Verse internet, IPTV, and/or U-Voice VoIP


StillLearn
Premium
join:2002-03-21
Streamwood, IL
Reviews:
·AT&T Midwest
said by ILpt4U:

said by orignalpostr :

Can anyone tell me which is better?

Hard to compare -- the two devices are for different "flavors" of U-Verse services

The Moto NVG510 is for the U-Verse ADSL2+ IPDSLAM service.
[snip]
The 2Wire/Pace 3801HGV is for the U-Verse VDSL2 FTTN service or BPON FTTP service.

Thank you for that. This clear statement should be part of the long sticky thread.