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dan1431

join:2007-05-10
Boca Raton, FL

[Signals] Evaluate Signal Levels Please

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Hi All!

This website has been immensely helpful to me over the years and today I wanted the communities input on my signal levels.

After perusing many threads on signal levels, etc. I noticed that my Upstream Power Level might be too high (even though I am not experiencing any drop-out nor decreases in speed).

If It matter about 6 months ago I was running near 0 on the downstream Power Level and probably nearer 45ish on the upstream power level. That is also when COMCAST installed a device down the street from me and that is when things changed.

Thanks,
Dan

ExoticFish

join:2008-08-31
Stuarts Draft, VA

»Comcast High Speed Internet FAQ »What should my Signal Levels be?
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Badonkadonk
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reply to dan1431

I ran at 55-57 for a long time without any issues either. But where I saw a problem was that I wasn't getting upstream bonded channels as those around me were. Once I took care of the upstream power level, I got instant bonded channels on reboot.
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EG
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Union, NJ
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reply to dan1431

said by dan1431:

If It matter about 6 months ago I was running near 0 on the downstream Power Level and probably nearer 45ish on the upstream power level. That is also when COMCAST installed a device down the street from me and that is when things changed.

Perhaps you should call this in.