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chong67

join:2001-11-18
Jonesboro, GA

[Modem] NEW Motorola DSL Modem $5 + $3 shipping

This is the modem that I am familiar with. I know there is a new model out there.

But new for $8 ship + tax, I aint complaining.

»www.cowboom.com/deal-of-the-day.···paign=CJ

I am back at Comcast.

Glad to see you all. Bye.


dragonman300

join:2011-03-02
Anaheim, CA

Hmmm, Im not sure it will work with at&t uverse internet?



chong67

join:2001-11-18
Jonesboro, GA
reply to chong67

Cannot be used in SE region. Will work in other states.

For use in select states: Arizona, California, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas and Wisconsin



chong67

join:2001-11-18
Jonesboro, GA

Uverse? Absolutely not. Its a DSL modem.



NetFixer
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reply to chong67

said by chong67:

Cannot be used in SE region. Will work in other states.

And yet, here you are posting about it in the AT&E SE forum.

It will work anywhere on the AT&T network where there is standard ATM based aDSL service, all you need to do is change the VCI/VPI to 8/35 for the former BellSouth area.
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reply to chong67

said by chong67:

Uverse? Absolutely not. Its a DSL modem.

U-verse HSI is also aDSL. The difference is that U-verse HSI uses IPDSLAM instead of ATM. But, you are right in that the modem you posted is not a U-verse IPDSLAM model.
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cramer
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join:2007-04-10
Raleigh, NC
kudos:8
reply to chong67

That's all a matter of default settings and firmware. In theory, you should be able to load the correct region's firmware on the thing and be on your way -- even the -att IPDSLAM firmware if you can find it. If it's like the old Westell 6100's, you cannot get past the pppoe settings page to change, well, anything until it's connected once. If you're in the wrong region, you'll never be able to get it to connect.

Many people would say $8 is still too much. They're well known for overheating and burning out rather quickly.


medbuyer

join:2003-11-20
kudos:4
reply to NetFixer

said by chong67:

I am back at Comcast.

Glad to see you all. Bye.

said by NetFixer:

said by chong67:

Cannot be used in SE region. Will work in other states.

And yet, here you are posting about it in the AT&E SE forum.

why are we even paying attention to his threads?

he's the guy that won't ever be satisfied with his connection wherever he goes...

I bet you, we'll be seeing him in the Comcast forums complaining about caps and or not enough speed. Then he'll go back to AT&T, then....and the cycle goes on...


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said by medbuyer:

said by chong67:

I am back at Comcast.

Glad to see you all. Bye.

said by NetFixer:

said by chong67:

Cannot be used in SE region. Will work in other states.

And yet, here you are posting about it in the AT&E SE forum.

why are we even paying attention to his threads?

Because otherwise, some new visitor might be mislead by misinformation. I would have corrected that post regardless of the identity of the poster.

said by medbuyer:

he's the guy that won't ever be satisfied with his connection wherever he goes...

I bet you, we'll be seeing him in the Comcast forums complaining about caps and or not enough speed. Then he'll go back to AT&T, then....and the cycle goes on...

No doubt about that at all.
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History does not long entrust the care of freedom to the weak or the timid.
-- Dwight D. Eisenhower