Can I use my own gateway with AT U-verse?

While all Uverse accounts require you to use their own modem, you can still purchase a third party router to give you better wireless speeds, coverage, and network security.

What is the U-Verse gateway?

AT’s Wi-Fi Gateway is a modem-router combo device that not only brings the internet into your home, but also transmits the signal throughout your house for whole-home Wi-Fi. The wireless gateway allows you to connect up to four wired devices and any Wi-Fi enabled devices in your home.

Can I replace my uverse gateway?

You’ll need your sign-in info. Keep your AT Access ID and password or your account number and 4-digit passcode handy. Your replacement gateway doesn’t include a battery backup. If you need a new one, you can purchase it from a third-party manufacturer or retailer.

Do I need a router with ATT gateway?

Wireless Service The AT Gateway modem is equipped for both Ethernet connections and wireless connections. Thus, unless your home has unusual features that prevent the Gateway from working properly, you will not need to purchase a wireless router.

How do I setup my AT U verse gateway router?

Connect your Device (Basic Setup)

  1. Connect the Ethernet cable from the internet port on your router to a yellow Ethernet port on the AT gateway.
  2. Make sure your router is not on the same subnet as the AT gateway. This can lead to IP address conflicts. By default, the AT gateway is set to 192.168. x.

How do I reset my ATT Uverse gateway?

Restart your gateway or modem manually

  1. Unplug the power cord from the back of your gateway or modem.
  2. Wait 20 seconds.
  3. Put the internal battery back in, if you have one.
  4. Plug the power cord back in.
  5. Wait up to 10 minutes for the gateway or modem to restart and your Broadband light to turn solid green.

How do I get a new gateway from AT?

To upgrade your modem or gateway, visit the AT Equipment Shop to review the current offerings and submit your order online.

Do I have to use AT WIFI gateway?

You have to use the AT Wi-Fi Gateway, which adds an extra $10 a month to your bill. However, you’re free to disable the router part of that gateway and use a router of your own.