|reply to PrattUser |
Re: DOCSIS 3.0 trying to come up in Montgomery?
I rebooted just to see what that would do and for the last hour the link light is blue. Maybe just a glitch somewhere but this is the first time that has happened.
Looks like I'm live with DOCSIS 3.0 speeds, or close to it anyways.
Guess i will go home and check today! woohoo
Here at work we are still on the slow side of things, but we aren't on a DOCSIS 3 modem either. So who knows? The boss thinks we shouldn't have to buy another modem, that the old modem should magically evolve to newer technology.
I know it means nothing, but I was playing around with the Knology speedtest site last night and it was going nuts. Most of the time I got reliable readings, but once it pegged at 172 meg down.
Looks like DOCSIS 3 is go. Finally speedtest shows 16 down 2 up at 7 in the evening. no complaints here
well then again my modem status still shows docsis 2 but the speeds are there. So it's in progress
as long as you have a d2 modem, it will say d2.
Hmm, no increased speed as of 7:30am this morning at my location. I rebooted the modem last night, and again this morning. Maybe they haven't turned up the speed on my Hub yet. (along the Eastern Blvd, near I-85)
Here at work (Eastern Blvd, just west of 1-85) we still have the old slow speed. But at home (Highland Gardens are) I'm rockin' and rollin'.
Any update on this? I'm still at the old speed. I reboot my modem every evening when I get home. Still get the Blue LED, and the modem status shows 4 channels for download, but I've seen no speed increase. Anyone else in Montgomery seeing "normal" speeds, or DOCSIS 3 speeds?
nightshade74Yet another genxerPremium
|reply to browncoat |
said by browncoat:My work has an office off Eastern Blvd. My account rep told us it would be "early October".
Here at work (Eastern Blvd, just west of 1-85) we still have the old slow speed.
|reply to MGMUser |
We still don't have the higher speeds at work, and we are in your general vicinity. I'd call and raise hades if it were me.