Just had a similar problem yesterday/today. Thought it was the modem(as my phone still worked), but it turned out that AT&T(I have the same modem btw) had confused another costumers order to switch to u-verse with my own account and had put a cancel service order on my internet. Tech guy came out and figured it out.
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This is most common problems. It is due to poor connectivity. Problem can be anywhere between B.RAS - Tier 2 - DSLAM - Modem - PC of the customer.
Switch off / Switch on Modem (Power Switch at the back of modem ) and wait for 2
minutes. Then retry.
If problem is not solved then Reset Modem [Back pin
(in the hole) to be pressed in switched ON condition] [Note : Link PC in
black type Modem or WAN / LAN in white type Modem will go Off and then ON and
system may be stable. Then retry. If problem is still not solved
then a)Check link lamp in Black type Modem or WAN lamp in White Modem. If it
is blinking, then it is line problem. b)Check Modem to splitter
connectivity. i) Jack in & Jack out the cable of / to the modem and to
the splitter ii)Jack in & Jack out the telephone connection of the
splitter. If lamp is still blinking - then it is due to poor line condition /
fault. The case has to be referred to Area Broadband Team for attending the
try this and get going...
post comment for any further assistance.
The Cube 60 is a guitar amp, Often these problems are due to a damaged inout jack on the unit. People trip over the guitar cable and the cord gets yanked sideways and breaks the internal parts of the jack. Sometimes circuit boards are cracked.
ALWAYS run your cord through the handle or restrain it should the cord be yanked.
The problem with your unit is internal and it will need to be opened and trouble shooting done.
1. Make sure to plug the power cube into a power strip or wall outlet and then plug the power cube's other end into the modem's power (PWR) jack.
2. You should only use the power cube with the Zoom X6. Other power cubes may damage your hardware.
3. Try another wall outlet.
4. Reset the modem. Use a paper clip and insert it into the RESET pinhole in the modem's back panel and press it 3 times. Then turn off the modem for a minute and turn it back on. Check if the power light will turn solid green.
Here's a thought. The DSL filter doesn't have to go on every phone, just the phone line that FEEDS the phone. In old residential, the phone line is looped to each location. If you open up another jack and break the loop, you could possibly find out where the first jack is in your house, put a duplex jack there, feed the DSL modem, and filter all the rest of the lines in the house at that location. Or, go outside, bring the dial tone in on the black/yellow or orange pair, install your DSL modem on that pair, and filter the dial tone back into the green/red pair for the rest of the house.
The 2 jacks on the back of the Arris modem are labeled "1/2" & "2". The first jack labeled "1/2" means that the jack is capable supporting 2 different phone numbers, a line 1 and a line 2. The second jack labeled "2" means that it is capable of supporting only a second phone number. Therefore your 1 phone number is working correctly from the port labeled "1/2".
There are different types of phone splitters. It is possible that the one you used may have been to split lines 1 & 2 on a single jack into two seperate jacks. Take a closer look at the splitter and see if the 2 ports are labeled differently.
4100 modem dont have interface and needs broadband connection in your network connection page
4100b modem have an interface and can access interface by the IPADDRESS of 192.168.1.64 and default gateway of 192.168.0.1
by accessing the default gateway using address bar of internet explorer browser it will be easy to configure..
FIREWALL: all AT&T modems firewall are safe and compatible to use to OS that has a built in firewall