Does anyone know if it is possible to view your power/signal levels on the new DCP3008 modems Charter is currently installing? I have constant issues at my house with the signal levels going too high, and the internet cutting out as a result of it. A few times a year they have to come adjust it.
Recently they made me change to their modem, and unlike my 6120 I had previously I can't find a way to view my power levels on the DCP3008?
Also is there any adapter/filter, etc I could put on the line leading to the modem to help control the power levels myself? I know what the ranges are supposed to be, but they can't ever seem to get it within specs
There are inline attenuators if you know how much you need to cut. Alternately, you could use something like an an unbalanced 3-way splitter off one of the -7dB ports if that's enough, or the -3.5dB port if too much. Just put terminators on the unused ports.