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Have to continually reboot modem to get your provisioned speeds?

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Re: Have to continually reboot modem to get your provisioned speeds?

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The new Actiontec GT784WN is up and working! The only device that has not connected yet is my DirecTV reciecver/DVR in the bedroom.

 

The true test will be if it's up and running at 4:30 AM when I get up.

 

This was the easiest modem/router I've ever used or hooked up!

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Still up and running! Way faster than the D link modem/router.

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Re: Have to continually reboot modem to get your provisioned speeds?

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@andylui8 wrote:

None of u peeps helping? ok...lol


I would listen to Smith6612 because he is saying actually what two techs told me basically it was dropping because I have a terrible line and at the end of the trunk line. So I have to do that is reboot the modem-not a big issue for me because I am expecting it and it only takes a couple minutes so go do something while you wait for it to reboot and I'm on the ActiontectGT784 right now.

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