Round Lake, IL
guess i dont get it in Round Lake
Freq/Power: 693.000 MHz 8 dBmV
Signal to Noise Ratio: 36 dB
Freq/Power: 36.400 MHz 44 dBmV
Channel Type: DOCSIS 2.0 (ATDMA)
Symbol Rate: 5120 kSym/sec
System Uptime: 11 days 17h:32m:18s
Computers Detected: 1
CM Status: Telephony-AC Power Iso OFF Reg Complete
WAN Isolation: OFF-Access to WAN is allowed and button is disabled
Time and Date: SAT JAN 07 10:39:50 2012
your not going to show d3 status unless you have changed to a d3 modem. Just because your area is upgraded to d3 doesnt mean all of the services are using it, the 10-20meg services are still going to be using d2.
Round Lake, IL
well they would have to offer that equipment as when i was given this dumb modem/phone crap instead of something i can put inline on my own router or modem and not have to pay them for equip. rental
|reply to tim tim tim |
said by tim tim tim:that could be changing or it could become standard practice to switch EVERYTHING to D3 channel bonding even down to the lowest of the low economy packages.
Just because your area is upgraded to d3 doesnt mean all of the services are using it, the 10-20meg services are still going to be using d2.
yeah, probably someday that will be the case but not now, its not really needed.
Also, I don't know of any cable co's that are truly using GHz of bandwidth. The one I work for has all 1GHz equipment but still run at 860. I think the reasoning behind it is signal attenuation as you reach that 1GHz range over drops and in home cable that will begin to be a headache. If they can get away with 860 and use SDV id think it would be a bit more reliable and easier to keep customers in specs. Not to mention once all of the cable co's drop analog, thats a LOT of bandwidth that will be available.
|reply to jimi419 |
You can go purchase a D3 EMTA at Best Buy. Call the store first as I've found that they are usually out of stock.