I'm personally very familiar with this issue. So I'll give it a stab.
- DCC-ACK not received: DCC = Direct client to client - ACK = (TCP) acknowledgments (something like a "handshake" between your modem and the assigned node)
- TLV-11 - unrecognized OID: TLV = Type (code usually binary) Length (the size sent in bytes) Value (the amount in clusters) 11 = A TLV protocol for modems OID = Oracle Internet directory (Oracle's proprietary network service code)
- DHCP WARNING - Non-critical field invalid in response: DHCP = Dynamic host configuration protocol (A shortcut to configuring a network device or assigning IP's and parameters; domain names, gateways,etc) Non-critical field invalid in response = This is self evident and means your modem is losing sync (ISP) or unstable (bad modem)
- No Ranging Response received - T3 time-out: No Ranging Response received = Ranging means the signal is sent in differing ranged increments to try and connect one way or another. T3 = Is a time out description (T1 through T6) T3 means; ranging requests retry are exhausted.
Put it all together it means your modem is laboring pretty hard to try and keep in sync and maintain a stable connection.
Haha...So much for taking a blind stab. You've forced me to actually use my browser here SHotta35.
You are absolutely right and it does makes sense. I know that the "ACK" acronym universally stands for acknowledge/ment and also remembered from my IRC days that "DCC" stood for direct client to client and assumed the same applied here as a conformation of transmission receipt. My humble bad.