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dnoyeB
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reply to Escha

Re: [Equipment] Dynamic IP not changing - ISP blaming Vonage

'Suddenly loosing' the upstream channels sounds like you got throttled by your ISP.


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said by dnoyeB:

'Suddenly loosing' the upstream channels sounds like you got throttled by your ISP.

'Suddenly losing' the upstream channels sounds more like a line or modem problem (or possibly just some local CMTS maintenance). Upstream or downstream channel bonding is negotiated between a DOCSIS 3 modem and the CMTS. There is no way I know of for that to be done on a per customer basis. Besides, Comcast has much more sophisticated methods of throttling should they choose to do so again.
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