Summary: Finally got it up and working. Bridge mode is not the most intuitive to set up. Finally broke down and called my neighbor that works for the phone company. After doing a factory reset he had it up and running in a short time on bridged mode.
Summary: Bought this to replace an aging Motorola 2210 from ATT [need i say more]. It is much bigger and has more ventilation. Gives faster loadtimes and a steadier speed when patching games. Some ideas while installing: ATT DSL: Before you install go to ATT website and bookmark the Reset DSL Password Page.
Summary: I was having slow DSL performance and wanted to replace a Verizon provided DSL modem with something that could show me at least my DSL line was running well. My criteria was to find a DSL modem that supported the later standards (ADSL2+ Annex M, etc), at least have some sort of recent support...
Summary: Let's be honest, there isn't much diversity in the market for dsl modems. After trying 2Wire's that have poor network functions, Motorola's that don't stay connected, and Netgear's that fail after 6 months I decided to give this D-Link a try.
Summary: Replaced burned out Speedstream 4100b with this model. Seems pricey for just a modem, but it works fine. Setup instructions are not very helpful, but I fooled around with it until I got it to work with my Apple Airport Extreme router.
Summary: Main point... Yes, yes it does work on Telus... Don't let anyone say otherwise. The salesman was *ADAMENT* that the telus service guys says it won't get assigned an IP... well, I'm typing this over a Telus connection using this modem... so there it is. I got this one for work.
Pros: It's a modem. Simple as that. Nothing fancy, nothing complicated.
Cons: The bundled software doesn't work. When you get to the configuration page (192.168.1.1 default) go straight to advanced setup and follow the settings listed by Matt at the bottom of this page. My only catching point was that the modem and the router didn't want to play nice. Once I turned off DHC...