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AT&T U-Verse Wi-fi Net Repair

12 Feb AT&T U-Verse Wi-fi Net Repair



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This is how to correct the AT$T U-Verse wireless Net dropping every number of minutes. My U-Verse Net stored dropping on wireless gadgets only. I checked all of my wired desktops and U-Verse was not dropping on my desktops that were being wired to the community. To correct the U-Verse wireless situation I to start with linked to the world-wide-web interface of the AT&T U-Verse wireless gateway. The password to log into the U-Verse gateway need to be on a sticker on the aspect of it. Following, I changed the wireless channel from “auto” to a specified channel. I used wireless channel “five” but you may possibly have to keep shifting the wireless channel, right up until you uncover a wireless channel that is effective perfectly with U-Verse at your place. My AT&T U-Verse wireless relationship is now super-responsible and seldom drops! I hope that this video clip fixes your wireless problems and remember to share this video clip with many others! Thanks for seeing! Filmed with Iphone five digicam in 1080P High definition.

48 Comments
  • TheGamingDildacorn
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    I have a router cascaded to my AT&T modem. I think I have came to the conclusion that the AT&T modem/gateway is a piece of shit. When I have WiFi enabled on the modem then the internet drops. When I have WiFi enabled on the cascaded router; the internet drops. When I disable WiFi on the AT&T modem/gateway and also turn off my separate router, the internet decides to work as intended. I think this may just be a AT&T modem issue…

  • Asq Jsq
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    holy moly

  • FreshPrinceOfTheBayArea
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    no fucking help

  • Cody Mendenhall
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    after you change it does it automatically stay that way or do I need to do anything after I change it?

  • OneShott Gaming
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Had to use data to look at this video. Jesus Christ ATT

  • Otaa Ku
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    this comment took a few minutes to load with 2 mbps when its supposed to be 30

  • Christopher Piotrowski
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Also another method is to define between the 2.4 ghz and the 5ghz baseband by adding -5g to the end of the 5ghz baseband and saving the settings. I did this last night and realized the issue resided in my 5ghz connection maybe this can help you guys as well

  • Thomas McDill
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    I used to work for AT&T and this is the MOST COMMON FIX I had to do to people complaining about wireless issues. It's sad that they didn't train the installers to manually set the channel instead of leaving it on auto. The auto feature will change the wireless channel randomly and that's what causes the dropping issues. It's a problem with Comcast modems as well is what I find funny.

  • Konic
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    took me 1 hour because of buffering

  • Lucas B
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Tried your fix out. Hopefully it works. Mine has been dropping every few hours, or more notably when i start a download. It takes about 30 sec to 1 min for my laptop to reconnect to it. Thanks dude!

  • Matthew Ferguson
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    I'm having an issue with the uverse cable box. The wireless signal is very weak and I cannot move the gateway closer. There is, however, a coax port behind my tv and a port on the box, but connecting directly doesn't seem to do the trick. Any ideas?

  • Powa Monsta
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    U earned my sub

  • Lindalou Smith
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Bravo- instant fix!! Many thanks!!

  • Binh Minh Pham
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    It works! Thank you so much for the helpful tip.

  • ninjaguy2511
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Yo so sometimes when I play my games my ms drops and doing the internet check i keep getting really hard jitter and its not my router

  • kentcan
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Great info! I was having the problem described here–good connection if I was close, but if I was upstairs on the opposite end of the house from the router, the WIFI signal would go from 75% to dropped connection, 75% to dropped connection. I followed the steps here. I live in a more rural area, so I picked a specific channel instead of Auto. I also disabled the 5 Ghz WIFI so that only the 2.4 Ghz signal is "broadcast." Apparently 2.4 is better for going through walls, while 5 Ghz is weaker but allows more bands in area of high population. Anyway, this seems to have done the trick–I now keep a good strong signal on the other end of the house.
    Thank you!

  • TheReclaimerRx7
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    holy shit I hate at&t internet so much. It always so slow and it even disconnects for like 5 to 2 hours, it doesn't make sense it never used to do this. Garbage company.

  • Jackie Turbot
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Would love to know what the fix is…but…ATT won't load your video for me!  LOL  It is honestly the slowest…compared to Comcast and Brighthouse (and I hate both of those too!).

  • Peter Rabbit
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Thanks, your method appears to have fixed my problem.

  • DMC15LBJ23CR7LD10
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    At&t internet fucking sucks! They rip their customers off.

  • PlushTuber101 PT
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    My aunt's at&t U-Verse internet doesn't let me go on Google Chrome every time I do a AT&T message shows up and Musically won't load up any videos, and only YouTube works, and my phone don't let me sign in to BTD battles.

  • Cache Phish
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    I'm thinking that I should just switch to Charter

  • David Miller
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    any idea on why my connection keeps dropping while connected via LAN cable?

  • Paul L
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Thanks this is very helpful. My U-verse connection had been dropping very often lately. This solved the problem.

  • 6713joe
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    I have the same problem. It started after I had my first router 6 months or so, and they installed a new one. That did not fix it and I got another one. It is still not satisfactory, I may be watching a video or working on a project for an hour or so, and it say no internet connection. I have lost a lot of time with this. My signal strength is excellent and my computer shows an internet connection. But I have to start and restart. Att is nuts if they think people will put up with this! As soon as my year is up, I am going to drop them, and find a better system.

  • Bob Pellet
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    All retards do come fromTexas.

  • Bob Pellet
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Yea ha I'm from Texas and I am stupid.

  • Walt lawrence
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Mines always blink off then red then blink the broadband ?

  • Mr.Hemperley
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    I'm having this issue but can't seem to figure it out. My wife still says that her wifi drops out of connection. And another weird thing that happens is with her Apple TV. It will connect and play a movie/tv show fine. But the issue comes when she is playing a tv show that's within a playlist. When the tv show is over and goes to the playlist to play the next show, it sits and spins FOREVER. Sometimes it will play once it is done spinning, sometimes it'll show an error and cant load. I've disabled IPv6 as suggested, changed password authentication type for wifi, renamed wifi from default to something else, added her IP address to firewall. I'm at a loss to figure out why this is happening. Got any other ideas?

  • Andres Sacasa
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    AT&T is horrendous. Switching over to Xfinity very soon.

  • Crystal Lyn Johnson
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    I HOPE IT WORKS..IT KEEPS DROPPING AND ITS A REAL PAIN :(

  • DJ Element
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    thank you for posting this. i'm saw my setting was on wifi channel auto, since it said it was currently using 7 i just picked 7 and my other channel was using 52 so i picked 52. lets see if it sticks!! thank you for posting!!

  • WhyHelloThere
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    AT&T is honestly fucking shit,

  • DeadManRow222 Rows
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    what happens if you dont have a mac/pc ?

  • FledPlayer 6
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    I HAVE ATT N T AND FUCKEN HATE IT. FUK U ATT N T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!24/7 LAG DOWNLOADS TAKE WAY TO LONG AND I GREEN LIGHTS START BLINKING 4 NO REASON WHICH MAKE ME DISCONNECT. FUK U !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • DonnellTheGreat
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    My att u verse router keeps blinking on the power tab on the router and the other lights won't turn on the light keep blinking to red to green

  • Tom Goin
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Thank you very much for the advice. Turned 'Auto' to off and set it to a channel. So far a big improvement!

  • American Infidel
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    att sucks so fucking bad i swear solid 90 mbps on xfinity barley 1 on att on a good day so horrible

  • martin martinez
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    i have the same problem

  • DruidsandMore
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    you're a champion irix. thanks. this probably literally a day or two ago for me. I was walked through this before but its been so long that i've forgotten. nonetheless thank you for your helpful video. It is very much appreciated.

  • Dragonnslayer
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    What if I don't have a computer? Help please

  • Evil's Bass Mixes
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    i tried bumping my bandwidth to 40mhz and that shit works!

  • Earl Guyton
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    Looks like dr frankensteins laboratory.  If you ever get your hand or foot caught in those wores you might end up bound and strangled to death.  Just funning.  Seems to me if we went back to 1995 and used dial up modem with ONE phone plug in we would be better off

  • Sky
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    go to 192.168.1.254 type in password username then go to HOME NETWORK next click WI-FI lastly there is a thing that says CHANNEL it should be 5 options down put it to different channels and do a ping test at PiNGTEST.net to see which one is the best

    PLEASE LIKE SO PEOPLE CAN SEE

  • Scott Nelson
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    You are the man.

  • John Doe
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    im getting limited access???? how to fix?

  • G Rios
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    channel 5 has worked perfectly so far! keeping them fingers crossed.

  • Jeremy Weston
    Posted at 00:03h, 12 February

    These router/modems are junk. I'm a computer technician and ATT Uverse used one of these as our gateway in my home. Its been nothing but a headache. I set it to a channel with little noise or conflicts with other networks and it consistently drops connected devices and has weak signal strength. My advice would be to complain to ATT about this junk. (You are paying a rental fee per month for this device built into your monthly bill for Uverse). Stop using this device for wireless. Get a wireless gateway and connect it with an ethernet cord to your ATT Uverse router and connect your wireless clients to the wireless AP. I found even using a Linksys Wireless G AP gave me better latency and a more reliable connection for all of my family's wireless devices. This is the worst router and modem I have ever used. Most options are not even available to adjust for the user. I can't believe they are using this junk as their workhorse. The internet connection is not bad, but this modem is. Their service willl get an awful reputation for this shoddy equipment. ATT your service's reputation will be tainted because you were not smart enough to pay a bit more for a better wireless router. Most devices these days are wireless. Get your act together.