When transitioning from AT&T DSL with a static IP package to U-Verse, is it still possible to remain the same static IP addresses as allocated for the DSL service?
Hi Mike Welcome to the board..
The Fast and easy answer "Unfortunately No"
I had 2 locations with AT&T DSL 10 static IP's. I was Myth-ed at why the same company had to port us to new IP's.. U-verse is a complete different animal. On a different Layer of there network.
Since posting "AT&T Uverse Business STATIC IP Addresses" at this link http://www.dslnuts.com/discussion/index.php/topic,6394.0.html
I can honestly say having U-verse with Static IP's I'm extreeeeeeeemly happy I did it.
We needed the bandwidth to deal with our servers esp. uploads and the 20plus domains and its been more reliable over what we had with AT&T DSL... Adding the pfSense was a big change for us as well. I'll probably jinx us But we have had no outages
Our older Grandfathered DSL connection from Cyberonic business is what this board(dslnuts) is running on So I hope you wont hold had against us...
broadbandnuts.com cablenut.com and this site with pictures http://www.mineolamarine.com/photos/
are running on the U-verse connection..
with our old DSL's we averaged 6gig in web pages now we average twice that and get more work done.
Heck one of our sites(without domains) averages 34 gig in just RDP per month.
We're up to 12 U-verse locations co-located and out of that only one gave problems in the 1st two weeks with bad Motorola routers the 4th was a charm..
If you ask me how U-verse TV... I can't answer... We have Directv but its never sucked the bandwidth dry
Well you got the simple answer and my Babble
Have a Great Happy NEW YEAR