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No, the AT&T service must be paired to the service by AT&T and therefore you will need to obtain a DSL modem directly from them. They don't usually charge for the DSL modem and offer the wireless service with their DSL service free of charge.
you can put your ps3 in a dmz zone. if still does not work its not your router. u can keep your ps3 in dmz and get your router to open ports. u can call your router company. If still does not work its not your router more than likely. It might be your modem. i have at&t and that was my issue. i went to dmz on modem and allowed it to pass through dmz zone and ip addresses to pass through. but make sure on your comp u have spyware or something. Your ps3 can not get virus.
The only thing that you need to setup on your Linksys for it to work with cable is to make sure that DHCP is enabled on the router. You will need to plug your router into the modem via the ethernet cable and then plug your neighbors pc into a link port on the router (the cable modem plugs into the internet port) You will also need to follow the reboot procedure. Power everything off.
1: Turn on the surfboard and wait about 1 minute for the surfboard to make a connection with your ISP (the link light should come on).
2:Turn on your router and wait for your router to sync up with the surfboard .
3: Turn on your computer.
Whenever you plug anything into a cable modem, you must recycle power to the modem. It "remembers" the last device that was plugged into it, so it's memory needs to be cleared.
have you tried powercycling your modem?
turn of your computer, unplug the power cord from the back of the modem. wait a minute (literaly).
plug power back into modem and wait for lights to come on and stop flashing. power computer back up.
Check to see if connections works.
Also check your cable connections between the modem and the computer.
If all fails contact your Internet Service Provider, who most likely provided you with the modem.