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DirecTV discount
Just got Hughes net service. Was told since we have AT&T /DirecTV. R could get get a discount, that the 2 are connected. It's this true?
Last reply 12 hours ago
Last reply 12 hours ago | 28 views | 1 responses | Posted by Mtrevino_1965
28 views | 1 responses | Posted by Mtrevino_1965
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You tube live
Can I get YouTube live on AT & T with laptop? We are snowbirds and need it for husband to watch live Ky Basketball .
Last reply 1 day ago
Last reply 1 day ago | 23 views | 1 responses | Posted by Lucendia72
23 views | 1 responses | Posted by Lucendia72
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Reward card not working.
My reward card is not working and when I tried reaching out to the reward center(800-288-9983) the call is on waiting forever (I waited on call for more than 1 hour two times). 
Last reply 1 day ago
Last reply 1 day ago | 44 views | 1 responses | Posted by ardixit
44 views | 1 responses | Posted by ardixit
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What server is the router's speed test connecting to?
I'm getting WIDELY inconsistent speedtest results. Specifying the Richardson, TX Speedtest server that's hosted by AT&T, my upstream speed varies between 100Mbps and 900Mbps. The router's speedtest only varies between 800Mbps and 970Mbps. Now, you MIGHT be tempted to say, "It's a problem with your device!" Except the device is either a jump host running as a VM on a server that's cabled to a Cisco 4900 switch with a CAT5e ethernet cable, OR a NAS that's got a pair of 10 gigabit ethernet over fibre links into that same switch.I just ran the speedtest from the NAS, and got a reading of 938Mbps. Ran it again about a minute later, and got 217Mbps. The router got 905. Given the consistency in test results from the router (which vary by at MOST 175Mbps), I'm VERY curious as to WHICH "Speed Test server" it's going to. Is it communicating with an ACTUAL Ookla SpeedTest server? OR is it using iPerf to measure network performance between my router and the splitter node around the block from me? If it's the latter, then the performance test is disingenuous. It doesn't account for uplink bandwidth oversubscrption. It measures how fast I can send data to the entry point to the AT&T network, but doesn't account for my having to share that bandwidth with the rest of the neighborhood. And if this is the case, what's my minimum reserved uplink speed? I've seen my upload speed drop as low as 30Mbps, which causes serious problems when I'm on a Zoom meeting.
Last reply 1 day ago
Last reply 1 day ago | 37 views | 1 responses | Posted by snarl817
37 views | 1 responses | Posted by snarl817
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DirecTV discount
Just got Hughes net service. Was told since we have AT&T /DirecTV. R could get get a discount, that the 2 are connected. It's this true?
Last reply 12 hours ago
Last reply 12 hours ago | 28 views | 1 responses | Posted by Mtrevino_1965
28 views | 1 responses | Posted by Mtrevino_1965
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You tube live
Can I get YouTube live on AT & T with laptop? We are snowbirds and need it for husband to watch live Ky Basketball .
Last reply 1 day ago
Last reply 1 day ago | 23 views | 1 responses | Posted by Lucendia72
23 views | 1 responses | Posted by Lucendia72
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Reward card not working.
My reward card is not working and when I tried reaching out to the reward center(800-288-9983) the call is on waiting forever (I waited on call for more than 1 hour two times). 
Last reply 1 day ago
Last reply 1 day ago | 44 views | 1 responses | Posted by ardixit
44 views | 1 responses | Posted by ardixit
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What server is the router's speed test connecting to?
I'm getting WIDELY inconsistent speedtest results. Specifying the Richardson, TX Speedtest server that's hosted by AT&T, my upstream speed varies between 100Mbps and 900Mbps. The router's speedtest only varies between 800Mbps and 970Mbps. Now, you MIGHT be tempted to say, "It's a problem with your device!" Except the device is either a jump host running as a VM on a server that's cabled to a Cisco 4900 switch with a CAT5e ethernet cable, OR a NAS that's got a pair of 10 gigabit ethernet over fibre links into that same switch.I just ran the speedtest from the NAS, and got a reading of 938Mbps. Ran it again about a minute later, and got 217Mbps. The router got 905. Given the consistency in test results from the router (which vary by at MOST 175Mbps), I'm VERY curious as to WHICH "Speed Test server" it's going to. Is it communicating with an ACTUAL Ookla SpeedTest server? OR is it using iPerf to measure network performance between my router and the splitter node around the block from me? If it's the latter, then the performance test is disingenuous. It doesn't account for uplink bandwidth oversubscrption. It measures how fast I can send data to the entry point to the AT&T network, but doesn't account for my having to share that bandwidth with the rest of the neighborhood. And if this is the case, what's my minimum reserved uplink speed? I've seen my upload speed drop as low as 30Mbps, which causes serious problems when I'm on a Zoom meeting.
Last reply 1 day ago
Last reply 1 day ago | 37 views | 1 responses | Posted by snarl817
37 views | 1 responses | Posted by snarl817

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