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beachintech
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reply to NanoEntity

Re: [Connectivity] PM/Prime Latency / High Packet Loss

Can you post some results without your router attached? (Just curious, I still think your problem is going to be upstream SNR related).

NanoEntity

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I tested it with router and no router, get same thing every time.

Also Tech coming monday.

»forums.comcast.com/t5/Basic-Inte···/1521695


beachintech
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Will wait to see what the tech says. Your upstream is not borderline out of spec with a D2 modem (responding to the comcast forum post from EG).
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EG
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said by beachintech:

Your upstream is not borderline out of spec with a D2 modem (responding to the comcast forum post from EG).

Dude. This is why I make mention of intermittency and needing more wiggle room. Can't hurt...

And you know as well as I do that the signal stat figure accuracy from a modem can be off by several dB either way so it may actually be worse or even better..


beachintech
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If he was seeing a 6 db swing in upstream power, he would lose connectivity completely for longer periods. It's a noise issue somewhere on the line
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EG
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said by beachintech:

It's a noise issue somewhere on the line

Could be.. Oooo Oooo. How are you so certain ? I want one of the crystal balls like you have !!


beachintech
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The DCC's, T4 timeouts, modem logs, and just general experience would lead me in that direction. I can't say for sure because I am not there with a meter.
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