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bgoodbody
Bill G

join:2002-05-08
North Truro, MA

Arris TM702G eMTA correcteds Correcteds UnCorrecteds

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Down Stream info
In the new April Firmware, there are 2 columns at the end which seem to count Correted and UnCorrected Errors. See image.

What is normal here?
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- Bill


beachintech
There's sand in my tool bag
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join:2008-01-06
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Any small amount is normal. You are fine.

bgoodbody
Bill G

join:2002-05-08
North Truro, MA
Most Days it is a low number some bindings 0 others well below 100, one day I found 3-5000 per binding, but had not noticed any problem.
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lowerstill

@myvzw.com
thats not anything to be alarmed at. out of the millions only a couple thousand is fine.

Jasonfn22

join:2009-11-20
Bethlehem, GA
reply to bgoodbody
My dang connection is rock solid but During the day I get thousands of uncorrectable codes in my sb6120.Sometimes 25 to 30 thousand but at night I don't get them.Can anybody explain that these code words are something that I have no knowledge about but eagar to learn.I have read many opinions on here about what ppl think they are caused from, but I want to hear from somebody who knows and could educate me on them.

Jasonfn22

join:2009-11-20
Bethlehem, GA
reply to bgoodbody
»192.168.100.1/cmSignal.htm I think this will be my page as I was posting is went up 12,000 on one channel but my connection seems fine but I am just interested in learning about them and what causes them

Jasonfn22

join:2009-11-20
Bethlehem, GA
ok it was 11:30 when I posted now look at them
»192.168.100.1/cmSignal.htm

Jasonfn22

join:2009-11-20
Bethlehem, GA
reply to bgoodbody
Cable Modem
Status Signal Addresses Configuration Logs Help
This page provides information about the current upstream and downstream signal status of your Cable Modem.

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Downstream Bonding Channel Value
Channel ID 1 2 3 4
Frequency 579000000 Hz 585000000 Hz 591000000 Hz 597000000 Hz
Signal to Noise Ratio 37 dB 37 dB 37 dB 38 dB
Downstream Modulation QAM256 QAM256 QAM256 QAM256
Power LevelThe Downstream Power Level reading is a snapshot taken at the time this page was requested. Please Reload/Refresh this Page for a new reading
5 dBmV 5 dBmV 6 dBmV 6 dBmV

Upstream Bonding Channel Value
Channel ID 5
Frequency 29900000 Hz
Ranging Service ID 4859
Symbol Rate 5.120 Msym/sec
Power Level 43 dBmV
Upstream Modulation [3] QPSK
[3] 16QAM

Ranging Status Success

Signal Stats (Codewords) Bonding Channel Value
Channel ID 1 2 3 4
Total Unerrored Codewords 624085680 624077732 624059916 624036769
Total Correctable Codewords 6890 10753 16272 21522
Total Uncorrectable Codewords 3899 8072 20559 38180

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Status | Signal | Addresses | Configuration | Logs | Help

© Copyright 1997-2008

bgoodbody
Bill G

join:2002-05-08
North Truro, MA
Ok, so when I get 0 to 100 on a given day, I know this is a great connection

Thanks,
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- Bill

earletp

join:2004-02-03
PDX
reply to Jasonfn22
said by Jasonfn22:

ok it was 11:30 when I posted now look at them
»192.168.100.1/cmSignal.htm
Nobody here is going to be able to view your modems signals by following that link.


EG
The wings of love
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Union, NJ
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reply to bgoodbody
404's on those links.. We can't see the upstream receive power level or the upstream SNR either as they can't be read at the modem level. They must be read at the CMTS level from the backend. You may have noise ingress somewhere in the upstream channel.

bgoodbody
Bill G

join:2002-05-08
North Truro, MA

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Not my links, they were done by Jasonfn22. I have signal levels that most would envy.
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- Bill


EG
The wings of love
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Sorry. Just replied to the wrong guy.. My bad..

Jasonfn22

join:2009-11-20
Bethlehem, GA
reply to bgoodbody
You don't need to go to the link thats why I posted that huge post rt below it.I thought it saying it was a snapshot that it would be viewable but I soon figured it wasn't so I posted the numbers rt under the link

Jasonfn22

join:2009-11-20
Bethlehem, GA
reply to bgoodbody
My connection is second to none I am not having any issues but the uncorrectable code words sometimes during the day most of the time when I am at work I guess but anyway sometimes I get like 50,000 a day and I was hoping somebody could educate me on the code words,what they mean,why I am getting so many a day,etc.I am not concerned abot them I am just a sponge when it comes to learning.


EG
The wings of love
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reply to Jasonfn22
said by Jasonfn22:

You don't need to go to the link thats why I posted that huge post rt below it.I thought it saying it was a snapshot that it would be viewable but I soon figured it wasn't so I posted the numbers rt under the link
See the rest of the reply.. Ever call in to see if those upstream receive numbers are within spec ?

Jasonfn22

join:2009-11-20
Bethlehem, GA
reply to bgoodbody
Thats what I was wondering because since their was a group of 4 I assumed it was the download.The bottom line is that my connection is not giving me trouble that is noticable anyway but the code words kinda get under my skin how they would put such a thing on a modem viewable by the customer knowing they will be curious about them and what causes them.Corrupt packets and things such as that is what causes them I am just curious is to whats causing that in the system and where just out of curiousity.Its like checker if I am going to play I want to know everything I can about them in case I have issues I can resolve them myself without depending on a tech that could careless as long as it connects then they will tell you anything so they can go back to sleep.That does not apply to all of them,its like police you got good cops and some that are not worth a flip.Not to mention I am weird about my shit in my home and if its not done correctly or sloppy then their is going to be problems so I would rather do it myself and yep that includes digging up my septic tank so they could not mess up my damn grass lol


EG
The wings of love
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Union, NJ
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said by Jasonfn22:

but the code words kinda get under my skin how they would put such a thing on a modem viewable by the customer knowing they will be curious about them and what causes them.
W.I.W., modem status pages/error logs were originally intended for the eyes of techs/engineers who were trained to properly decipher them.