OT: AT&T U-Verse internet

Raymond C. Rodgers sinful622 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 17:22:44 UTC 2008

Mike Wright wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've been offered AT&T's U-Verse television/internet service but have 
> been told that it's Windows only (which sounds nonsensical to me; they 
> said the same thing about my DSL service).
> I've scoured the net looking for information about the gateway device 
> but have come up empty handed.  I think it would be a 3700HGV-B but am 
> not certain.  I'd really like to see a user's manual.
> I'm in San Jose, California.  Is there anybody in this area that has 
> this service and that would be able to comment on it, especially wrt 
> its IP scheme?  I.e. is it static/dynamic, how many IPs, does it allow 
> traffic shaping, could I run my own VOIP service, etc.?
> I need to find out before my 3 day right of recission expires.
> Sorry for the additional noise on the list.
> Thanks in advance,
> Mike Wright :m)
A friend of mine here in the Detroit, Michigan area, has U-Verse and 
uses only Linux (PC OS to be precise), so it's not true that it's 
Windows only. The obligatory software (anti-virus and other stuff) that 
they give you with it is probably Windows only though.


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