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"AT&T Business Fiber" is just a more expensive version of Residential Uverse. In a true business setting -- class A office space -- it might be delivered by ASE (vs. xPON), and business accounts can get static address blocks. (residential officially no longer allows statics.) If you stick with a dynamic address, the configuration is just like ...


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We can help with the ASA configuration but you'll need to contact AT&T for help with their gateway. That's just something we can't help with as there are too many possibilities with it running their own firmware and such. Effectively, you need to put the AT&T gateway into bridged mode since your public address space will be configured on the ASA, ...


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