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sway0004

join:2005-04-29
Oswego, IL
reply to bulletsam

Re: [IL] Question for techs about power levels.

i asked the tech that was here the other day about average and acceptable levels and his reply was ( 40-52 ) was optimal and your at 42 plus or minus 2

as for tv if its fuzzy you may need a amp or a electronic splitter..i have the electronic splitter as i have direct tv..
im sure others can elaborate on this more.


FreedTech

join:2011-02-24
united state
If the system is running properly and your house is wired correctly there is no need for an amp unless you have 15+ active outlets.
Yes that is a great power level if you are running between 40-52. I have seen modems run just fine at both ends of the spectrum ie..32 or 60dBmV, while not preferred.


bulletsam

join:2008-04-08
Charleston, IL
Thank you for the information. I currently only have 3 active outlets of which 2 are used, 1 TV, 1 computer.


MediacomChad
Mediacom Social Media Relations Team
Premium,VIP
join:2010-01-20
Gulf Breeze, FL
kudos:121
Are you still having issues? If so, please send me a message and I will be happy to look into it.


bulletsam

join:2008-04-08
Charleston, IL
Reviews:
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It seems pretty stable right now, Chad. I just had a general question about weather effects on line quality. I'm waiting for another below 20 degree night to see if it shows any change.

I do keep having these DHCP RENEW WARNING - Field invalid in response v4 option errors causing it to drop connection. It comes back after a bit, but is annoying. Any idea what the cause could be?

Thanks.


mike1965
Geek4rent

join:2002-09-23
Marion, IL
same error I am getting they cannot figure out


KA0OUV
Premium
join:2010-02-17
Jefferson City, MO
reply to bulletsam
I did a little Googling, and some of the other forums on DSLR (Cox amongst others) popped up. What they noted is that information applies to the modem's DHCP process, not the customer DHCP Process.

Some of them were indicative of problems: Some were not.

All seemed to be on the modem to the back end, not your router or workstation to its DHCP server.

Tim [KA0OUV]