The kit comes free with your service. Once the gateway is set up, just open your web browser to begin the registration process. Your new router will trigger the site for registration the first time you visit. Deciding between the two is fairly easy. Just ask yourself this: if something comes up, are you okay troubleshooting it yourself?

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SBC announced its plans for a fiber-optic network and Internet Protocol television IPTV deployment in and unveiled the name "U-verse" formerly "Project Lightspeed" [7] for the suite of network services in A few months later on November 30, , the service was launched in Houston.

In December , the product launched in Chicago, San Francisco, Oakland, Hartford, Indianapolis, and other cities in their vicinities. In February , U-verse was launched in Milwaukee. One month later service was initiated in Dallas and Kansas City. The Oklahoma City and Sacramento launches occurred in August In November , service was started in Austin.

In December , U-verse was launched in Orlando and St. A controlled launch was also initiated in Atlanta that month marking the first launch in the Southeastern United States. At the end of , U-verse was available to more than 30 million living units in 22 states and U-verse TV had 3. The actual number of customers is lower, as most customers subscribe to a bundle such as TV and Phone and so are counted in both categories.

The remaining run from the node to the network interface device in the customer's home uses a copper-wire current loop that is traditionally part of the PSTN public switched telephone network.

Service offerings depend on the customer's distance to an available port in the distribution node, or the central office. Where pair bonding is available, the maximum service distance can extend to feet meters. Transmissions use digital H. The receiver box does not have a RF tuner , but is an IP multicast client that requests the channel or "stream" desired.

The system uses individual unicasts for video on demand , central time shifting , start-over services and other programs. All subscribers receive at least the equivalent of the U-family package, which also includes 65 of the 75 Stingray Music channels.

Many U-family channels were also available on the historical U-basic package. Additionally, channels grouped as Internationals are available a la carte in language groups or singly, and a number of premium movie packages are available to premium package or higher-tier subscribers.

High-definition TV technology is required to access HD channels. Conditions where higher speeds are still attainable through filters or quality wiring to more than one jack occur less often. These models are both composed of circuit boards providing service, which are fed by fiber. FTTN fiber to the node systems use model , which uses existing copper wiring to customers' homes, [3] leading to distance limitations from the VRAD cabinet to the customer's home.

The then connects to a serving area interface, which distributes service to homes in the neighborhood, via a dual strand fiber, which then splits into 32 customer fiber pairs. The fiber pairs typically lead to a customer's residence at the network interface device. The VRAD typically connects upstream to an Alcatel-Lucent Ethernet service switch in the central office hub, then to the headend video hub office.

They also provide TV receivers made by Cisco through Scientific Atlanta and Arris from the former Motorola cable division including standard receivers, wireless receivers, and DVR receivers. Another side-effect of U-verse's authentication protocol is the lack of bridge mode support unlike standard DSL that uses PPPoE authentication, which is easily bridgeable.

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It serves as an Internet modem, VoIP phone gateway, and network router. Plus it enables the set-top boxes to communicate with your computers. It even has a preconfigured Unlike a normal wireless router or gateway you might buy from a store, the 2Wire Gateway comes with Wi-Fi security already enabled for you. It even has a default encryption key preconfigured. This should be printed on the 2Wire Gateway. Remember, the 2Wire Gateway also has 4 Ethernet ports if you want to plug in computers rather use Wi-Fi.

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