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AT&T 4-Port Ethernet Wireless Router w/DSL Modem


AT&T 4-Port Ethernet Wireless Router w/DSL Modem


This ADSL modem/wireless router is broadband media-ready, so you can enjoy Internet-based audio and video anywhere you like. You’ll appreciate the convenience of file sharing between the connected computers in your home.

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What customers say about AT&T 4-Port Ethernet Wireless Router w/DSL Modem?

  1. 21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    2 Thumbs Up!, October 21, 2009
    By 
    Zoe Pie (USA) –

    First off, my home setup consists of one (Win XP) EMachine desktop and a (Win Vista) HP pavillon laptop. Am using AT&T’s DSL, $19.95, basic package.

    That said, this 2Wire gateway box was a breeze to hookup, just follow the colored pic instructions. My desktop was hard wired via the ethernet wire included and laptop connects via the wireless wifi signal this 2Wire box emits.

    Only issue I had was with the “registration” portion once I was all connected and clicked on the IE browser. AT&T’s 24/7 tech support walked me through this. Big problem was that the 2Wire box I had, though brand new, was one of the “SBC models”. The AT&T tech rep had to give me some instructions to load to get the 2Wire in sync with their system. Don’t think you can ever tell or have a choice of knowing if you are going to receive an AT&T configured box or one of these SBC models.

    At this time, am all good to go, surfing through the internet at blazing speeds, way faster than my old dial-up ISP provider. Wireless laptop connection is at 5 bars all the way to my living room. Durability, longevity wise, we’ll see how this box pans out. For now, I give this 2Wire DSL modem/wireless router a 2 thumbs up!

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  2. 24 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Keeps dropping connection, March 2, 2012
    By 
    JLT “JLT” (Houston, TX) –

    This review is from: AT&T 4-Port Ethernet Wireless Router w/DSL Modem (Electronics)
    Do you like having your DSL connection dropped multiple times per week? Then this is the AT&T dsl modem for you.

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  3. 19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    2Wire is the company that makes the router…, June 25, 2012
    By 
    James

    This review is from: AT&T 4-Port Ethernet Wireless Router w/DSL Modem (Electronics)
    Some suggestions to help those of you out there. First the as the name suggests 2Wire is the company that makes this modem, just like Nokia makes cell phones. AT&T does not manufacture this modem they only sell it as on their product line not that i’m defending AT&T but just so you know. Second If your connection meaning Broadband & Service light on the modem drops every few minutes that usually indicates multiple data errors from a cable fault i.e. running the modem off existing telephone wiring by just plugging it into the wall jack. May also be outside of loop length meaning the digital broadband signal only travels so far and there is no amplification for it, your service provider would be able to tell you this by sending someone out to test with a meter at the actual phone box or NID (Network Interface Device) on the side of your house as this not a test that can be run over the phone accurately as this does not isolate from potential existing house wiring issues. Be warned that most service providers will charge you for coming out if the issue is not on their side of the phone box which may be worth the frustration to find out. A way you can test this yourself is to run a speed test from where you plug your modem in the wall jack in the house, and then use an extenstion cord with a short phone plug to plug the modem into the test jack in the phone box you can open the phone boxusually with a slotted screwdriver. Once the modem is in sync both broadband & service light are on connect a wireless device like a laptop and run the speedtest again bet you will notice a big difference usually on the downstream side and maybe on the upstream side. Also your modem likely wont drop connections every few minutes this also works if you just upgraded speed or got new service and it wont work plugging it again inside in the existing phone jack. If your house is like mine the phone wire may likely be from the 1960’s and over 250 feet extra after running from every telephone jack to finally get to where my modem was located. Usually what happens I order internet from a phone company, they offer to send an installer for say $150 to install my modem, or they can just mail me the modem for a cost of say $50-$100, so I think because whatever I was using before dial up or phone works I don’t want to spend the money. That is where most people make a mistake. For Broadband internet to work the network (Wiring) that supports was designed to be point A to Point B only without any damage or breaks and within distance usually 15,000 ft or less from the provider. Distance is a big issue the closer your house is to the provider means the higher speed because of the signal strenght they can reliably provide to you. That is why some providers have stopped just mailing the equipment to customers because of the frustration and loss of time this causes. Also the splitter that is provided with the modem must be used corretly by plugging your modem into the DSL side and phone into the phone side if you have phone if no phone then you dont need the filter. If the filter is not used every time the phone rings or someone picks up the home phone the internet connection is likely to drop. That being said if you find out you have a wiring issue on the inside of your house the best course is to run at least cat 5 directly to the modem from the phone box, this may be done by your service provider for a cost its best to ask first, you can have an electrician or contractor pull a low voltage permit, or if your able you can do like I did and run the wiring yourself to rid the ever troubling internet loss. For the 2wire modem I think its junk, I have had the best luck with Actiontec modems usually your service provider will tell you they do not support this type of modem meaning you cannot call them for technical assistance, never fear Actiontec customer service is excellent and can walk you through most issues. Also I use Linksys Routers once again not supported by your provider, but their customer service is also excellent. Most new routers and some modems come with an installation disk to run if if comes with it I recommend using it unless you know alot about placing a router behind a modem as its called. Obviously this process listed above does not work for cable based services they are a whole different ball game as one says. Most people think DSL sucks, in my experience its usually the wiring that is inside the house that causes the issue with modem connecting. If its wireless connection,the modem is connected but the wireless pc is intermittent connection, alot of things can interfear with that from microwaves, cordless phones on 2.4ghz just like your router B/G/N, building materials, and sometimes once again distance especially multiple floors. If distance is an issue you can purchase a wireless range extender to piggyback the signal. Hope this gives you enough information to make the best decision for your needs.

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