Modem signals

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  1. Loves2spoon macrumors 65816

    Loves2spoon

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    #1
    I have a motorola SB6120 and when I go into 192.168.100.1 I get these numbers. Was wondering if anything looks off, I do lose connection once every couple days.

    Downstream Bonding Channel Value
    Channel ID 1 2 3 4
    Frequency 717000000 Hz 723000000 Hz 729000000 Hz 735000000 Hz
    Signal to Noise Ratio 39 dB 39 dB 39 dB 39 dB
    Downstream Modulation QAM256 QAM256 QAM256 QAM256
    Power Level
    The Downstream Power Level reading is a snapshot taken at the time this page was requested. Please Reload/Refresh this Page for a new reading
    11 dBmV 11 dBmV 11 dBmV 11 dBmV

    Upstream Bonding Channel Value
    Channel ID 7
    Frequency 30600000 Hz
    Ranging Service ID 1816
    Symbol Rate 5.120 Msym/sec
    Power Level 42 dBmV
    Upstream Modulation [3] QPSK
    [3] 32QAM

    Ranging Status Success


    Signal Stats (Codewords) Bonding Channel Value
    Channel ID 1 2 3 4
    Total Unerrored Codewords 2071698178 2071698388 2071698565 2071698127
    Total Correctable Codewords 21 0 1 0
    Total Uncorrectable Codewords 1505 1395 1339 1396
     
  2. miles01110 macrumors Core

    miles01110

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    Those numbers are meaningless. If you lose connection every three days it's not going to manifest itself in posting a snapshot of your router's performance at any given moment. It's more likely an ISP issue.
     
  3. 4JNA macrumors 68000

    4JNA

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    as above. the snapshot numbers look fine, good signal and what not, but in my experience the SB won't disconnect, the ISP switch will drop the connection to the modem, and then you get to wait through the entire handshake and authentication script again. fun. make sure the modem isn't in a small or enclosed space as they get hot, dust/blow it off, and other than that, they usually work fine or die all the way never to return.

    i had the same thing for about 5-6 weeks when they were upgrading some local switching hardware, after they finished, it's all better. if you continue to get dropped, you might call the ISP and ask for help. the phone rep won't know anything, but the tech who comes out should know whats going on.

    other than that, if it happens when it rains (or on sprinkler/watering days) and not on dry days, you might have a cable issue. just a thought. best of luck.
     

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