However, a manual was submitted to the FCC as part of the approval process.
I do suggest you consider donating to Jordan for his work. The two most common problems are: [Updates 1/6/2014]: 1. If it will continue for long, I will be closing commenting.
Just email me if you really have issues, or go through the comments and answers in this post [Updated 1/31/2012]: Somehow, the bridging instructions I wrote were completely wrong and from a previous version of this post.
It can be downloaded from: using Grantee Code GZ5 and Product Code NVG510. The manual provided on this site was printed from that link. This appears to be a main issue with the NVG510 - its DNS settings have an issue with waiting for response from the DNS servers (they give up too fast).
To see if this is an issue with your connection, go to the "Diagnostics-Logs" tab. Specific instructions for each operating system can be found here.
Then, in this router, set the DNS servers manually.
Given I cannot longer attend to specific user requests, I suggest using Jordan's app to solve most of your problems quickly. [Updated 6/3/2012]: [Updated 2/7/2012]: Now added instructions on changing specific DNS settings on computers.
It's free, and Jordan is there to provide support and answer questions in case of problems. See Answer 4 [Updated 12/15/2011]: Added note about IPv6 issues [Updated 1/21/2012]: Lots of comment Spam.
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Follow this link to download the manual from this site, with the following disclaimer: At this time a manual is not available on AT&T's website or motorola website.