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For the pass few days my internet keep dropping connection. My modem reset, stuck blinking on Send, then reset and back to blinking on Send.
I'm not sure if the power cycle is what eventually got my connection up or the waiting but here is my modem information. Thanks
Model Name: SB5120
Modem Name: Motorola
Serial Number: 122103433415614800000000
Software Version: SB5120-18.104.22.168-SCM00-NOSHHardware Version: 1MIB Version: IIGUI Version: 1.0VxWorks Version: 5.4
North American Standard/HRC/IRC
Upstream Channel ID:
Favorite Frequency (Hz):
Signal to Noise Ratio
Network Access Control Object
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Ranging Service ID
No Ranging Response received - T3 time-out
SYNC: US Gain in cache is invalid: 0.00
Starting Ranging On Channel 1
SYNC: US Gain in cache is invalid: 54.10
Starting Ranging On Channel 4
SYNC: US Gain in cache is invalid: 54.30
Starting Ranging On Channel 2
Downstream Locked - Collecting Upstream Information
Scanning frequency 855000000Hz
Trying to synchronize ...
Vendor Cold Start
Scanning frequency 829791000Hz
SYNC Timing Synchronization failure - Failed to acquire QAM/QPSK symbol timing
SYNC Timing Synchronization failure - Failed to receive MAC SYNC frame within time-out period
SYNC: Hardware didn't detect SYNC msg for 600ms during Initial Ranging
Event Log has reached maximum size. Older log entries are lost.
I don't have any kind of splitter or amplifier on the coaxial line. My connection comes straight from the wall to my modem.
For the past 48 hours my internet connection seems to be doing fine. I have not had any drop connection since I posted my modem log.
I will come back and post here if I run into the same issue.
Thank you for you help Ed H.