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General Discussion / Re: The Big Day event, switching to U-verse.
« Last post by Buggyman on February 20, 2009, 02:58:31 pm »
second set
Now just tell me what you need to know ;)

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General Discussion / Re: The Big Day event, switching to U-verse.
« Last post by Buggyman on February 20, 2009, 02:57:19 pm »
OK.. not sure if this is good enough, My vision, a cheap camera I can't get to focus right and then a dirty mirror  :o
Yep.. with a mirror and Xnview flip feature these are the best I can do ;)

Two sets.

Here is one
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General Discussion / Re: The Big Day event, switching to U-verse.
« Last post by dannjr on February 20, 2009, 02:46:20 pm »
Your IP is always shown on the front page of microsyspro or bbnuts or GB
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General Discussion / Re: The Big Day event, switching to U-verse.
« Last post by Buggyman on February 20, 2009, 02:33:11 pm »
I doubt that was a full reboot.
Holding the button in didn't make it shutdown until I released the button and then it was a simple off and back on reboot
We'll find out is the IP change as soon as a hit the re[;y button.

Got something o show yah is a few minutes ;)

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General Discussion / Re: The Big Day event, switching to U-verse.
« Last post by Buggyman on February 20, 2009, 02:20:27 pm »
did you take a picture of the back of the gateway..
The NID is a normal hookup So I can only assume that the Gateway is doing the job of the spliter


I can't because there was just enough cable to plug it in. In fact I can only move it side to side about an inch and nothing more.

Ok.. gonna go reboot now ;)

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General Discussion / Re: The Big Day event, switching to U-verse.
« Last post by dannjr on February 20, 2009, 12:21:30 pm »
did you take a picture of the back of the gateway..
The NID is a normal hookup So I can only assume that the Gateway is doing the job of the spliter
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General Discussion / Re: The Big Day event, switching to U-verse.
« Last post by Buggyman on February 20, 2009, 12:17:58 pm »
so far looks normal...  ;D ;)

Well it makes sense to me know, You recall I said by not checking the attic I may have missed how it was set up.
Which buh duh way, He plugged these little tabs with numbers into all the comcast lines. I assume that was his way of marking the lines and where they went. ;)

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General Discussion / Re: The Big Day event, switching to U-verse.
« Last post by dannjr on February 20, 2009, 11:57:52 am »
so far looks normal...  ;D ;)
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General Discussion / Re: The Big Day event, switching to U-verse.
« Last post by Buggyman on February 20, 2009, 11:53:19 am »
If you couldn't tell, that first attic picture was where he deadended the comcast cable from the outside box to the splitter.
The second attic picture with the splitter has the top center (black) cable as the data feeder from the front office gateway router to feed all the TV lines (4) in the house.

I'm going to assume (since I'm color blind and I can't see behind the Phone jacks) the servive works this way.
From the CO to the NID is phone cable
From the NID to the front office is cat-5 which he used one pair
I think he use one color pair of the cat-5 for data feed going to the front office as you see the data cable plugged in the top jack.
Then he used a second color pair for in house phone lines
The bottom jack feeds (I assume) the Phone jacks inside the house. so when he checked each phone jack he probally use a different colored pair from the data line.

So.. how did I do?
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General Discussion / Re: The Big Day event, switching to U-verse.
« Last post by Buggyman on February 20, 2009, 11:37:03 am »
Now we go into the front office of the house, The tag on that one line says "Data"
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