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UverseTech

join:2012-08-04
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reply to WildOne

Re: ATT U-Verse: Actual Internet Speed vs Advertised

The 3800s should have been removed 3 years ago when the 3801s came out. The signal goes out slowly and eventually just goes.

If possible see if the support folks would ship you a 3801 or make them roll a tech and get you another modem. You will be serviced out of the Presidio garage and make sure they bring the 3801. This garage was out of these sporadically. You have pretty good outside plant there in the Sugarland area, that was my fav place to go when i was there, never had line issues.



Mangix

join:2012-02-16
united state

said by UverseTech:

The 3800s should have been removed 3 years ago when the 3801s came out. The signal goes out slowly and eventually just goes..

This is pure speculation on my part, but it may have something to do with the default transmit power. Most SOHO routers transmit at 100mW(20 dBi) by default whereas the 2Wire U-Verse Gateways tend to transmit at 400mW by default. I suspect this is causing the wifi radio to fail.

A small note: I have been running a 3600HG-V at the transmit set to 25mW(faster speeds for some reason) for almost a year and have 0 issues.


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said by Mangix:

said by UverseTech:

The 3800s should have been removed 3 years ago when the 3801s came out. The signal goes out slowly and eventually just goes..

This is pure speculation on my part, but it may have something to do with the default transmit power. Most SOHO routers transmit at 100mW(20 dBi) by default whereas the 2Wire U-Verse Gateways tend to transmit at 400mW by default. I suspect this is causing the wifi radio to fail.

A small note: I have been running a 3600HG-V at the transmit set to 25mW(faster speeds for some reason) for almost a year and have 0 issues.

linksys wrt54g routers had this problem in the beginning as well. They would burn out over time due to too much power and wi-fi really sucked. Then that DD-WRT came about and essentially cut the power in like 1/2, which fixed a wide range of problems.

I agree cut the power of the wi-fi (which you should be able to do within the 2wire's wireless page) and see if that helps.
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