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danmcdermott

join:2002-09-21
Dayton, OH

Is the Pace 4111N Gateway compatable with Windows XP & Windo

Is the Pace 4111N Gateway compatable with Windows XP & Windows 7?

medbuyer

join:2003-11-20
kudos:4
why do you ask?

does it not work?

danmcdermott

join:2002-09-21
Dayton, OH
Just want to know before I try to hook it up

medbuyer

join:2003-11-20
kudos:4
reply to danmcdermott
I have never used ATT's installation cd / dvd for their modems such that it didn't affect what OS version I was using...

from XP to Vista to Win7 and even Win8, that should work.

192.168.1.254 should get you to the modem and activate it....have your username and "network" password ready...

danmcdermott

join:2002-09-21
Dayton, OH
thanks


NormanS
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reply to danmcdermott
I have:

• Toshiba Tecra M2-S410 running Windows XP Professional.
• Fujitsu Lifebook LH531 running Windows 7 Home Premium.
• Pace 4111N-030 issued by Sonic.net, LLC.

They all work together just fine. The modem did not come with an install disc. I have, since February, had DSL service; first with Pacific Bell (SBC/AT&T), then with Sonic.net.

I have set up several SBC/AT&T accounts with modems such as the Westell WireSpeed B90-36R516, Efficient (Siemens) SpeedStream 4100, Motorola 2210 (all ADSL), ZTE 831II ZXDSL, and Pace 4111N-030 (both ADSL2+). The latter two did not come with discs. Except for the plain CD included with the PacBell self-install kit, I've never used a setup disc. The exception was run on Windows ME to optimize MTU/RWIN on a computer built in the era of dial-up service. There is no need for that with today's computers. No need to use the install discs at all.
--
Norman
~Oh Lord, why have you come
~To Konnyu, with the Lion and the Drum

danmcdermott

join:2002-09-21
Dayton, OH
Thanks. I have a Pace 4111N and a 2Wire 2701HG which have never been used.

I plan to set up the Pace 4111N, since folks on this site seem to think it is better than the older 2701HG.