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Some do, some don't. Here are links and instructions for those that do (more may be added as the case may be):

MODEM DIAGNOSTIC PAGES:

3COM Tailfin:
Go to 192.168.100.1 in your browser
User name: User
Password: Password
(Note: If you have the older firmware, go to 149.112.50.65)

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D-Link Cable Modem:
Win 9x/ME:
Go to the Control Panel, click Network icon. On the Configuration tab, click TCP/IP-> Properties. On the IP Address tab select "Specify an IP Address" and enter 192.168.100.2, subnet mask 255.255.255.0, default gateway 192.168.100.1. Hit OK and Reboot.
Win 2K/XP:
For Win2k/XP go to Control Panel ->Network Connections ->Local Area Connection ->Properties button ->Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and follow the directions above.
Now point your browser to 192.168.100.1
When done examining your signals, change the TCP/IP Properties of your adapter to "Obtain an IP Address Automatically" then reboot.

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LinkSys Modems:
Go to IP 192.168.100.1 in your browser

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RCA DCM235:
Go to IP 192.168.100.1/moreinfo.html in your browser

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Motorola SB3100, 4100, 4200:
Go to 192.168.100.1 in your browser
You can access SNR and Power levels by clicking on the "Signal" tab

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Toshiba PCX2200, 2500:
Win 9x/ME:
Go to the Control Panel, click Network icon. On the Configuration tab, click TCP/IP-> Properties. On the IP Address tab select "Specify an IP Address" and enter 192.168.100.2, subnet mask 255.255.255.0, default gateway 192.168.100.1. Hit OK and Reboot.
Win 2K/XP:
For Win2k/XP go to Control Panel ->Network Connections ->Local Area Connection ->Properties button ->Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and follow the directions above.
Now point your browser to 192.168.100.1
When done examining your signals, change the TCP/IP Properties of your adapter to "Obtain an IP Address Automatically" then reboot.
(Note: There is only one signal page available)

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If your CM does not have a diagnostics page available, you may find this program very handy:
DOCSDIAG

(Thanks to Stan Gunn for his excellent CM diagnostic page)

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by Revcb See Profile
last modified: 2002-11-06 17:19:16