billaustinthey call me Mr. BillPremium,MVM
North Las Vegas, NV
reply to KipMN
Re: I bet you guys can fix this / actiontec c1000a Eth problem Disable the wireless and then put the modem in Transparent Bridge mode. The WAN port of your router can connect to any of the LAN ports on the modem (I usually use Port 1). The router has to be told to get the IP address from CL. If you are in a PPPoE area, enter that information on the WAN setup page in your router. If you are in a DHCP area, set the WAN port on your router for Automatic IP or DHCP.
You may also have an issue with your wiring. Check all your jacks and any other connection or splice points for loose or corroded connections, or bare or touching wires. If you don't have a filter at the NID, make sure every phone jack (except the modem jack) has a filter on it.
An easy test is to check the DSL line stats, then connect the modem directly to the NID test jack and check again. If there is a significant variation in the stats, then you have an inside wiring issue. If not, there may be an issue further up the line. Request a tech for a line check, or send a detailed message outlining your problem and line check request to: firstname.lastname@example.org