at&t DSL

Brooke Clarke 2010 - 2011

19 Aug 2014 Outage
Change Channel 6 April 2015
Connection Problems 17 Mar 2015
New Modem
    Netgear ADSL2+ Router
P-Link 5 Port Switch
Modem Failure 19 Nov 2014
Internet Light Out 23 Nov 2011 11pm
Red Internet Light 18 Aug 2011
at&t Problem
Upgrade to Express
2Wire Modem
Converting 2Wire DSL modem to Bridged Operation

19 Aug 2014 Outage

The Netgear ADSL2+ Router has this error screen when it looses the internet (Red or off Service LED).
These failures happen 4 or 5 times a month and last about 5 minutes. 

at&t error
            message NAD-2302

Change Channel 6 April 2015

The idea is that the modems default channel assignment may be all the same and so I'm getting collisions with my neighbors.
How To Geek - How to Find The Best Wi-Fi Channel For Your Router on Any Operating System
To change WiFi channel go to the modem URL:
Click on the WiFi button on the left.
Enter the Device Access Code (Note:  This is different from the WiFi Password.  The Device Access Code is on the Netgear ADSL2+Router label with the bar codes.)
Change the Channel (In my case it was on automatic and I changed it to a fixed channel number neither1, 2, 10 nor 11).
The WiFi devices worked without change, i.e. they found the new channel and already knew their passwords.

17 March 2015

Starting in Feb 2015 Netflix would stop and when the 7550 DSL model was checked the bottom LED (service) would be either off or blinking red.  Many times I started to call the at&t internet service number [ 1(877) 722-3755] but while still in the menu branches the 7550 service light went green so stopped the call.  That was a mistake.  Then I started completing the call and got a case number.  Then for future calls (just press zero many times) I got them to record that the same case number was the problem.  After half a dozen complaints they sent me to a different call center.  Yesterday they said it was not just me but many people on the same cable which would be fixed in a few days.  But my service seems to work, but slowly.

Checked with the Harris TS1000 and get the following:

Max rate
Noise Margin

Note the up load speed difference from 825 down to 512 is caused by at&t throttling the speed.
Also note that the down load speed is 2368 kB/sec, NOT the 3008 kB/sec that's shown on the status web page URL:

There is also a Check Connection web page that shows IP Fail:

          7550 DSL Modem Check Connection
Not sure how bad this is.

24 Nov 2014

The web page for the modem ( says download is 3008 kbps and upload 512 Kbps  
Note:  If you click on the link above and have a DSL (or maybe even a Cable) modem, you will see your modem web page, not mine.
Web page with phone line unplugged:

No DSL Synchronization
Internet Connection DOWN

No DSL Synchronization
User ID <deleted>
Downstream Rate -
Upstream Rate -
Internet IPv4 Address -
Internet Gateway IP Address -
Internet IPv6 Prefix -
DNS Servers -
Mode PPP on the device (Private IP for LAN device)
Timeout Never 

Web page connected:

Internet Connection DOWN

PPP not connected
User ID <deleted>
Downstream Rate 3008 Kbps 
Upstream Rate 512 Kbps 
Internet IPv4 Address -
Internet Gateway IP Address -
Internet IPv6 Prefix -
DNS Servers -
Mode PPP on the device (Private IP for LAN device)
Timeout Never 

But the Harris TS-1000 shows a lower speed.  
Note: Most of the operational data on the TS-1000 page was taken when the old at&t 2Wire modem that failed 19 Nov 2014.
That data is consistent with today's (24 Nov 2014) data.
Is the ANSI test the correct one, or should it be: Alcatel, ANSI, G.DMT, G.LITE or Multimode?  Let me know


FarEnd Und:

Ping: 23 ms, Download 1.86 Mbps (1800 kbps), Upload: 0.43 Mbps (430 kbps)

at&t Specifications (24 Nov 2014):

Broadband Service Product Name* Downstream Speed Range
AT&T High Speed Internet Basic
FastAccess DSL Lite
200 Kbps - 768 Kbps
AT&T High Speed Internet Express
FastAccess DSL Ultra
769 Kbps - 1.5 Mbps
AT&T High Speed Internet Pro
AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet Pro
FastAccess DSL Xtreme
1.56 Mbps - 3.0 Mbps
AT&T High Speed Internet Elite
AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet
FastAccess DSL Xtreme 6.0
3.1 Mbps - 6.0 Mbps
AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet Max 6.1 Mbps - 12.0 Mbps
AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet Max Plus 12.1 Mbps - 18.0 Mbps
AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet Max Turbo 18.1 Mbps - 24 Mbps
AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet Power 24.1 Mbps - 45 Mbps
AT&T U-verse High Speed Internet 300** Up to 300 Mbps

So it appears that my service is within specification but the web page built into the modem is reporting a faster speed.

New Modem 19 Nov 2014

Netgear ADSL2+ Router

Got this as a replacement for the dead at&t 2Wire DSL modem from the local at&t store.
They had it in stock.
Although made by Netgear, it's branded at&t and the autostart browser window and download software is at&t.

New Browser Window:  AT&T High Speed Internet Installation & WiFi setup.  OK

at&t DSL Netgear

Now to reconnect all the WiFi stuff to the new name and password.

P-Link 5 Port Switch

The above Netgear DSL modem has a built-in WiFi and  4 LAN ports, but I needed more LAN ports so got this switch.

P-Link 5 Port
                  Switch Model No.: TL-SG1005D
P-Link Model No.: TL-SG1005D
One of the ports is the input and that means that only 3 devices can be connected to the DSL modem since there needs to be a cable between the modem and switch.

Modem Failure 19 Nov 2014

Power light is either: off, blinking green, blinking red or solid red.
The other lights are mostly off.
There is dial tone on the modem phone line.
Checking with the Harris TS-100 DSL test set shows there's a DSL signal, although below spec.

Using a browser to look at the at&t 2Wire modem at shows:

Info icon

Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage


What you can try:



More information

Time for a new DSL modem.

9 Sep 2014

Looks like there was a fine in the crossover box at the foot of my street and one of my wires was opened.
Here's the 2Wire modem data after replacing the wire:
Note the difference in the Current Noise Margin.

DSL Connection Details
DSL Line (Wire Pair): Line 1 (inner pair)
Protocol: G.DMT Annex A
Downstream Rate: 3008 kbps
Upstream Rate: 512 kbps
Channel: Fast
Current Noise Margin: 11.0 dB (Downstream) 22.0 dB (Upstream)
Current Attenuation: 56.1 dB (Downstream) 31.5 dB (Upstream)
Current Output Power: 18.9 dBm (Downstream) 12.4 dBm (Upstream)
DSLAM Vendor Information: Country: {0xB5} Vendor: {IFTN} Specific: {0x00}
PVC Info: 0/35

8 Sep 2014

For a number of days after trying to send email or download something an error message shows up and then I look at the at&t 2Wire modem and see the internet light is out and the DSL light is red.  In the past couple of days this is happening a few times a day so I called support.  After a half hour on the phone they said my data rate was 59% of what it's supposed to be and have generated a trouble ticket so that a tech can be here tomorrow between 8am and 12pm.

Here's the web page interface to the 2Wire modem (

DSL Connection Details
DSL Line (Wire Pair): Line 1 (inner pair)
Protocol: G.DMT Annex A (Wiki)
Downstream Rate: 2464 kbps
Upstream Rate: 224 kbps
Channel: Fast
Current Noise Margin: 6.0 dB (Downstream) 7.0 dB (Upstream)
Current Attenuation: 63.0 dB (Downstream) 31.5 dB (Upstream)
Current Output Power: 18.0 dBm (Downstream) 12.5 dBm (Upstream)
DSLAM Vendor Information: Country: {0xB5} Vendor: {IFTN} Specific: {0x00}
PVC Info: 0/35

Note: the Noise Margin: is 6dB for downstream and it should be more like 16 to 20 dB, (scroll down and look at other screen shots).

The Harris TS1000 ADSL Test set shows the following:

Note:  The first try on G. DMT failed.

FAIL Protocol error, retry: fail
Down Max F/R: 1228, B/Rate: 1216, Capac: 99%
Up Max B/R: 197, B/Rate: 192, Capac: 97%
FAIL, Protocol error, retry:
Down MaxB/R: 1228, B/Rate: 1216, Capac: 99%
 Up MaxB/R: 192, B/Rate: 192, Capac: 100%
FAIL, Protocol error, retry: fail
FAIL Protocol error
Down MaxB/R: 1228, B/Rate: 1216, Capac: 99%
Up MaxB/R: 193, B/Rate: 192, Capac: 99%

My service should be down 3000 to 1500 k bits/sec and upload 512 k bits/sec

D. GMT retry:


Down: MaxB: 1325, B/Rate: 1312, Capac: 99%, IntB/R: 0, NseM: 4.5, Power 17.0, Atten: 62.5
Up: MaxB/R 193, B/Rate: 192, Capac: 99%, IntB/R: 0, NseM: 7.0, Power: 12.0, Atten 31.5

3 May 2012 08:30am

All the lights except power went out on the 2wrie modem, then there was a restart.  Light rain. Maybe done on purpose to reboot system?

Internet Light Out 23 Nov 2011 11pm

Called Thanksgiving morning 24 Nov 2011 - the tech in India tried all sorts of things working with the 2-Wire modem ( ) and the Run System Setup Wizard,
but to no avail.  The DSL is working, the phone on that line is working, but no internet.  Every now and then the DSL LED blinks red but comes back to green.
25 Nov 2011 -  called at 8am and again they figured out that there was an external problem, transfered me to advanced support who said I should hear from someone by 1pm.

1 pm 25 Nov 2011 - Called with trouble ticket # - as was told no one was scheduled, he scheduled someone to be here by 8 pm tomorrow.

7:36am 26 Nov 2011 - The phone that has the DSL is totally dead, no dial tone, so can not be used for dial up.
2-Wire modem LEDs when there's no phone service
Solid Green: Power & Ethernet
Blinking Red: DSL
Off: Internet
If you have lost dial tone and call 411 at&t puts a higher priority on the repair than they do for DSL reapirs.  Called 411 at 8am to report no dial tone and they said then next available tech would work my problem.

10:00am Tech rebuilt everything from the CO to the Pair Gain DSL box.
Date Time Location
Ping ms Dn Load Mbps Up Load Mbps Mode
26 Nov 2011 10:50
San Jose

Red Internet Light 18 Aug 2011

19 Aug - The technician disconnected the DSL line (it would have been nice to call first) and ran tests & made a repair.  He later said that the problem was the cable between the fiber optic box at the foot El Dorado Rd. and the crossover box at the foot of my street.  It was noisy and problematical.  He switched my DSL line to another group of pairs and now my DSl is working. 

New-Old Problem

20 Aug 2011 - The Channel: now shows Interleaved, but prior working details show Channel: Fast.
This was one of the indications after the long 22 March power failure problem.
It may be that along with switching my cable he also switched me to a different card in the FO box at the foot of El Darado.  That's where the problem was after the long power failure.

Date Time Ping ms Dn Load Mbps Up Load Mbps
at&t Pro Specification n.a.
3.0 0.512 Interleaved
23 - 28 2.6
There have been a lot of "Page Not Found" errors when surfing that are resolved after clicking on "Try Again".  This may be related to the long ping time?
20 Aug 2011
10:20 am
21 Aug 2011
3:00 pm
25 Aug 2011
5:00 am
25 Aug 2011 7:00 am
Tech at head end reset Fiber Optic card and the View Broadband Link Details changed to Channel: Fast.
But then he did something that caused the DSL light to flash red.
The system will automatically switch from Channel: Fast to Channel: Interleaved if the line has problems
and it's supposed to switch back to Fast when it line is clean,
but I waited 6 days and it did not switch to Channel Fast.  The implication is that there's still a problem on the line.
There's an all day today service request for a tech to go to the Fiber Optic box and fix the card.

Tech said the card in the Fiber Optics box was fried.  Put me on a new card.
25 Aug 2011 1:00 pm
21 (0%, 1ms)Note 1
29 ms (Note 2)


Note 1:  When using you get three data points:
Packet Loss: 0%
Ping Time: 21ms (San Francisco)
Jitter: 1 ms
Note 2 using (San Francisco)

20 Aug 2011 - Screen shot of modem ( Broadband Link DSL Connection Details
Note the "Channel: Interleaved" - I think this should be "Channel: Fast" for Pro service like shown on the 18 Aug 2011 Screen Shot
2-Wire Modem View
        Broadband Details

The modem Internet light turns red and the internet shuts down.  On a call at 9 pm the tech rep in India said he had fixed it by doing a line test. 
About an hour later the same problem reoccurred.  This time I used the phone on the DSL line to call tech support and the line was a mess, that's to say a lot of noise and breakup of the phone menu so bad it gave up and connected me to a human without making any button presses.  The second tech had me disconnect the filter and splitter and connect the modem directly to the wall jack.  Then called back on a different number.  The effect of that was to stop me from hearing the condition of the line.  A tech is scheduled to be here tomorrow between 12 and 4 pm.  if the problem is in my house they will charge me $110.
The modem is fine, but the noise numbers are 3 dB higher than before. 

18 Aug 2011 - Screen shot of modem ( Broadband Link DSL Connection Details
2-Wire Modem View
        Broadband Details

at&t Problem

I've spent the past week on the phone to at&t from 2 to 4 times a day, and many many house per day (support is available 24/7).  Each of the people I've spoken with makes a point of trying to make your experience interacting with them good in the hope that you will give them high ratings on their individual performance.  The problem is that they are not concerned with your overall experience with at&t and therein lies the problem.  Each person is an island and does not care about  your needs.

Upgrade to Express

In the process of fixing the problem the 2Wire modem was defaulted (pres and hold the reset button on the rear panel for about 10 seconds), so the old WRT350 wireless modem is no longer being used.  This required resetting the WEP code in all the wireless devices to the number shown on the bottom of the 2Wire modem.

14 March 2011 - While calling to change the day of the month for my home phone billing asked about faster DSL and now have the Pro service (3 M b/s) scheduled to start in a couple of days, i.e. 16 March.  The rate for the Pro service is still $14.95/mo.  (probably as part of the promotion. 
Note: When the promotion runs out I could switch the DSL service to a different line and get the promo rate again.
Note: at&t is very big on making their customers happy.
Note:  I can watch Netflix now with the Express service, but the Netflix quality indicator is at poor, not HD and when the scene is dark the image is pixelated.  But when the scene is mostly static the quality approaches HD.  With the Pro service the quality should be HD.  (It is)
17 March 2011 - It's sort of working.  Data after power cyclying the modem, router and desktop computer.
Ping ms
Dn Load Mbps Up Load Mbps

16 Mar
4:54 pm
17 Mar
1:14 am
17 Mar
7:23 am
18 Mar
3:05 pm
22 Mar
Wednesday 2:21am till 10 pm Power outage caused by severe storm
25 Mar (rain)
1:00 pm
26 Mar
9:00 am
27 Mar1
2:30 pm
28 Mar
5:30 am
28 Mar 11:55 am
29 Mar
8:30 am
30 Mar
10:00 am
30 Mar2
2:12 pm
1 Apr3
12:23 pm
2 Apr
6:56 am
DSL Connection Details
DSL Line (Wire Pair): Line 1 (inner pair)
Protocol: G.DMT Annex A
Downstream Rate: 3008 kbps
Upstream Rate: 512 kbps
Channel: Fast
Current Noise Margin: 13.0 dB (Downstream) 18.0 dB (Upstream)
Current Attenuation: 55.5 dB (Downstream) 31.0 dB (Upstream)
Current Output Power: 15.2 dBm (Downstream) 12.4 dBm (Upstream)
DSLAM Vendor Information: Country: {0xB5} Vendor: {IFTN} Specific: {0xFB70}
PVC Info: 0/35
Note 1: Sunday 27 Mar - there was a clip on form hanging from the front door saying "Your service has been repaired . . . "  But it's worse than before.
Needed to spend more than a half hour on the phone to get a new trouble ticket after a line check showed "No Signal".
They are scheduled to be here today (Monday 28 Mar 2011) between 8 am and 12 noon.  Noticed DSL LED was blinking red around 5 pm
Note 2: Wednesday, while waiting for the service tech to come and swap the modem noticed the DSL LED was blinking red so tested after it turned solid green.
Note 3: after the DSLAM card was configured.  An 8 hour power failure set the card to factory defaults.
at&t DSL
                  line check on local pole
Prior to opening the box tree branches needed to be trimmed back.
at&t DSL
                  line check on local pole
Tempo Sidekick T&N being used to check quality of line.  If the noise and balance are good for analog phone the line should (?) be good for DSL.  Truck drove back to Cross Over box about 5:30.

Using a hand held xDSL tester on the phone wire unplugged from the 2Wire modem shows an available speed of 3.7 Mbps with a 1.5 interleave factor, i.e. the reason for the slow connection is the Central Office (CO) has degraded me to the Express plan (not the Pro plan that I'm paying for.
sunSet xDSL
Sunrise Telecom Sunset xDSL tester

This was used at the demark (outside the house) and at the end of the cable that was unplugged from the 2Wire modem.  In both cases it shows 3.7 Mbps available speed and 1.5 interleave factor.

about 6 pm:
Called (800) 288-2020 and complained about slow DSL (1.2 Mbps DN) and they said I was part of an outage.
Need to call back after 4 hours (10 pm) and give them the outage number.

I asked Lou if my service was being degraded because of the outage and he said, No it was not.  So the outage excuse does not make sense.

29 Mar 2011 - spent the morning talking to at&t support located at some central location who rebuilt the head end software. 
This was done two times.
The outage given yesterday as an excuse was no longer an outage today, i.e. no change.
A service tech was supposed to be here between noon and 8 pm.  Got a call at 5:38 saying no tech today, but tomorrow between 8 and 5
to see if there's a problem with the 2Wire modem.  Note they can not run diagnostic tests on the modem remotely.
30 March 2011 -No Show, no phone call
31 March - Scheduled for 8 am to noon - no show, no call
31 March - Scheduled for noon to 5 pm - No Show, no call
1 April (April's Fool) - Scheduled for the morning (after 8am) & a call from a supervisor just after 8 am -
9:20 IE8 Broadband Link (view details)
DSL Connection Details
DSL Line (Wire Pair): Line 1 (inner pair)
Protocol: G.DMT2+ Annex A
Downstream Rate: 1536 kbps
Upstream Rate: 131 kbps
Channel: Interleaved
Current Noise Margin: 24.0 dB (Downstream) 6.6 dB (Upstream)
Current Attenuation: 54.6 dB (Downstream) 27.9 dB (Upstream)
Current Output Power: 12.4 dBm (Downstream) 12.4 dBm (Upstream)
DSLAM Vendor Information: Country: {0xB5} Vendor: {IFTN} Specific: {0xFB70}
PVC Info: 0/35
DSL Signal
                at modem cable connector
Power outage caused DSLAM card to revert to factory setting.
DSL Connection Details
DSL Line (Wire Pair): Line 1 (inner pair)
Protocol: G.DMT Annex A
Downstream Rate: 3008 kbps
Upstream Rate: 512 kbps
Channel: Fast
Current Noise Margin: 16.0 dB (Downstream) 18.0 dB (Upstream)
Current Attenuation: 55.5 dB (Downstream) 31.0 dB (Upstream)
Current Output Power: 15.2 dBm (Downstream) 12.4 dBm (Upstream)
DSLAM Vendor Information: Country: {0xB5} Vendor: {IFTN} Specific: {0xFB70}
PVC Info: 0/35

17 Nov 2010 - Tried using the Netflix option on my Home Theater system and after using a laptop to enter the validation code it started with a warning that there may be some problems and I agreed to that.  Watched a couple of movies.  When the scene changes or there's a lot of action in a scene the image quality degrades but the rest of the time it's about like watching a VHS tape except the sound is 5.1 or 7.1 surround and excellent.

26 Oct 2010 - the download speed now seems to ramp up to 160 k Bytes/sec and then stay there, so the performance has improved from what is was when first installed.  The overall experience is far better than the satellite service, I'm sure because of the ping time.

1 Oct 2010 - while paying the first bill that included the DSL service I noticed that the monthly fee was $19.95, BUT when I signed up (and on the flyer included with the bill) the monthly fee was given as $14.95.  After getting the $5 adjustment I asked about getting higher speed service and was told I could upgrade to Express service (1.5 M bits/sec) from my existing Basic service ( 786 k bits/sec) for no additional charge.  Supposed to be effective 6 October.

They said when my Central Office (CO) was upgraded I could get Pro or Elite service.
DSL Service
M bits/sec
k bits/sec

<= 0.786
<= 384 no
<= 1.500
<= 384
<= 3.0
<= 512
<= 6.0
<= 786 best?
Notice the AT&T quoted speeds are the max you can expect, NOT a minimum.
The Starband specs are the minimum speed.

7 Oct 2010 - Powered off the computer, modem and router.  Restarted as follows:
  1. Power up modem and wait until the DSL light stopped flashing,
  2. Power up the Router and wait until the lights stopped flashing,
  3. Power up the computer and ran a speed test:
    Download speed 1.32 M bits/sec, Upload speed 0.32 M bits/sec, ping time 20 ms, jitter 1 ms (S.F. server)
    this is close the the Starband 1500 service that was $99/month, except the ping time is 40 times better!


I was using Starband VSAT for my internet connection and have just switched to at&t Basic DSL service.  I'm right on the edge of where DSL can reach, and have tried twice before to get DSL and both of those times the techs were unwilling or unable to get it to work.  This time it took two service tickets and about a week to bring it on line. 

Speed Tests

Starband satellite
att Basic DSL
at&t Express
2,000 k bits/sec
608 k bits/sec
1,320 k bits/sec
Ping TIme
800+ ms
100 ms
20 ms

The DSL speed is about 1/3 the satellite speed BUT the DSL ping time is 1/8 the satellite ping time.  It turns out that the ping time is more critical than the speed, i.e. pages load much faster and email and ftp are much faster (i.e. about 8 times faster).  So ANY DSL connection is much better than a satellite connection.

Satellite Ping Time

The speed of light 186 thousand miles a second and the distance above the Earth of a geosynchronous satellite 23 thousand miles, causes a delay that can NOT be overcome by technology.  When there's any transaction between your computer and anything on the internet and a satellite connection is involved it's as follows:
so the total time is theoretically about 500 ms + a few ms. but in actuality there's some satellite software buffering that adds a few hundred ms.

at&t 2Wire Modem

I got the 2Wire modem, but in retrospect it would have been better to get the wired only modem because I already had a Cisco/Linksys WRT350N Router.

Installation Glitch

DSL Splitter and FIlter I connected the splitter to the wall jack, and a desk phone to the Phone output and the modem to the DSL/HPNA output.  But the phone had a lot of digital noise.  This was fixed by installing a filter between the splitter and the phone.

When the Panasonic KX-T824 telephone system was installed a new DSL splitter/filter was installed at the entry point in the garage.  Now the FAX CO line can be accessed by any phone in the house.  The main reason for installing the KX-T824 system is to allow any phone in the house to use the VOIP for outgoing calls by first dialing "9".
4-way phone switch
The filter feeds a 4-way switch allowing connection to either a PC, FAX or phone.
2Wire Modem
The cable from the splitter DSL port goes to the 2Wire DSL modem.
The modem can feed a computer is the stock configuration, or in my case a Router after changing to the bridge configuration.
Cisco Linksys WRT350N Wireless
                Router + wired
The DSL modem feeds the Cisco Linksys WRT350N Wireless Router + 4 wired ports

Converting 2Wire DSL modem to Bridged Operation

Connect directly between one of the output ports and a computer.
In a borwser input the URL
Enter your password.  If you forget your password click on the link that says something like get a hint to remember your pass word, it that doesn't work click the link that says something like inter the control number.  Then enter the number between the brackets [] on the bottom of the 2Wire modem and then enter a new password like 12345 two times and save changes. 

Now go back to the URL and log in using the passoword.

ATM PVC Search was: PPPoE change to: DIRECT IP
Advanced Configuration Server, Enable Routing (uncheck)
Save Changes.
At this point at&t no longer supports the modem.
To get back to the stock settings press and hold the red "reset" button on the back.  This is different from removing power.

LEDs on: Power, Ethernet, DSL
LEDs off: Wireless, Internet

Converting the WRT350N Router to work with the 2Wire Modem

Connect directly from output port 1 to a computer.
enter the URL (note this is the same as the modem URL)
Under the SETUP tab and the Basic Setup sub tab
change the Internet Setup, Internet Connection Type from Automatic Configuration - DHCP to PPPoE,
change the URL from to

Under the status Router tab login status click Connect if it shows disconnected

and at the bottom Save Settings.

Power down the DSL modem and the router and wait 20 seconds.  Then power on the router and wait 20  seconds then power on the DSL modem.

at&t Branded 2Wire DSL Modem

It took a few years of trying to get DSL to work.  On the first couple of attempts when the modem was installed it did not work and after spending many days on the phone with tech support the modem was returned.

at&t 2Wire DSL modem
at&t 2Wire DSL modem


Starband VSAT
PC Tech Support


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