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I check my modem status once a week for the past few months. I have noticed the same channels have the same issues.
This also my event log
I do have random slowdowns as low as 50mbps for a capable 300mbps. If I was to give a daily average it’s probly 200mbps. I just have been noticing a trend and was curious. Any suggestions?
when the internet does get to a unusable state I do connect directly to my computer. speeds are the same with or without my router. back in January I had really bad pings and speeds. I replaced my modem since my old modem was a SB6190 "the one with the known bad Puma6 Chip". I have a SB8200 Quality of net has improved speed does drop during the Congested times between 5pm to 11pm. During my monitoring I just noticed the same channels and frequencies have the same correctable/uncorrectable issues and the repeating issues in the status logs.
Looks like ingress from cellular. Have you tried turning off all your cell phones? If so, and you have ruled out all inside wiring, I would suggest a technician.
If it is my cell phones. How would I locate the wire issue? I believe My cables are is in good shape. I am able to hook up direct to the drop to see if it still exist.
sokal88 said:How would I locate the wire issue?
Isolate and eliminate. Start by seeing if it happens hook directly to the drop and see how your signal levels are different. Then move it to each splitter in line and see when the problem starts. The corect way ofcourse is to use a meter, but those are thousands of dollars. You can kind of use the modem as a meter though, by moving it around with a laptop connected to it to get signal levels from the 192.168.100.1 page.
The first thing I would check is that you don't have the modem on any amps, and it is on the first splitter or no splitter. Also make sure the splitter is new and looks to be in good shape. Last, visually look at any coaxial wire that is outside. Look for chew marks or anywhere moisture might be leaking in.
I have no splitters in the house just 2 couplers one outside and one under the house then the modem. I don't have TV. I will direct connect to the drop from the line out side and let it sit for a week and see if my readings change any. Thanks for the help
Might want to look at the one outside. I assume your coaxial goes through a ground block before it goes into your house? Is that the one outside? Last, is the coaxial RG6 with compression fittings? Maybe a picture of the house box outside would help.