Comcast installed a modem for phone and internet in my basement. The tech told me it had to be there because that's where the phone lines were and they didn't mess with phone lines, only hooked up to them. Well, wireless signals did not get thru walls of basement so another tech came out and he ran a wired internet connection upstairs to my netgear wireless router. That has worked for years. Then comcast shut off my internet to force me to upgrade my modem. Now I have a wireless gateway modem and nothing but issues. Either my phone doesn't work, (they can hear me, I cannot hear them) and my internet works, or my internet is off when the phone works. I did have a tech come initially and set up the modem, and there were issues with the internet connection several times. It would work, then it wouldn't, then it would...etc. When he finally got internet going he left, but I realized later that the phone didn't work. I've spent close to 7 hours on the phone with comcast trying to work this out. Seems the techs are separate, the internet tech doesn't deal with phone and the phone tech doesn't deal with internet. But my modem is for both. I was told the problem was probably "at my end" and I would have to pay for a tech to come out. What does that mean?? At my end?? This started when the upgraded modem was installed.
Honestly, I would love to get this resolved before comcast drains my bank account. Any ideas or suggestions would be very much appreciated!! Thanks!
They need to put your new device into bridge mode. That will disable the built-in Wi-Fi. Once that's done, you'll be able to use your router upstairs like you previously did.
I've asked a Comcast employee to help you. You should expect a reply in this thread.
Thanks, but it is in bridge mode. When they reset for phone, it takes it out, then my internet shuts down. For some reason, this modem won't do both at the same time.
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