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Can I use ATT wifi modem in Comcast Internet?

by Guest5548  |  11 years, 4 month(s) ago

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Hi, I used to have ATT connection, got wifi modem at the time of connection. Now I switched to Comcast. Can I setup wifi using ATT wifi modem replacing or some how connecting with Comecast router.

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  1. liza amelia

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  2. Angelina

     If your ATT wifi modem was a DSL modem like the 2Wire, the response is regrettably no.
    DSL modem/routers construct the WAN input into the DSL modem line and the yield of Comcast modem will be benchmark Ethernet which easily will not broadcast with the line input of a DSL modem/router.
    IF the router had a distinct modem then it would work with either utilising the external modem for the primary line conversion.
    Sorry, it is one of the difficulties with blend modem/routers. They only work for the kind of line they were constructed to attach into.
    DSL/CABLE routers (those with no modems) are constructed to attach to any Ethernet outlet.

  3. Guest5240
    *i work for comcast..... Definately NO sorry :(
  4. Guest741
    Well, if your ATT wifi modem was a DSL modem like the 2Wire, the answer is unfortunately no.

    DSL modem/routers build the WAN input into the DSL modem line and the output of Comcast modem will be standard ethernet which simply will not communicate with the line input of a DSL modem/router.

    IF the router had a separate modem then it would work with either using the external modem for the initial line conversion.

    Sorry, it is one of the problems with combination modem/routers.. they only work for the type of line they were built to connect into.

    DSL/CABLE routers (those with no modems) are built to connect to any ethernet outlet..

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