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sammydad1

join:2002-06-28
Lake Worth, FL
reply to taz291819

Re: It seems we lost upstream channel bonding in Huntsville, AL

same thing here in Western Lake Worth, FL...

SB6120 had Bonded upstream for a few months, now its back to single channel....

Whats up with that ?



Ripper
Premium
join:2002-02-07
West Palm Beach, FL

Yeah i'm in Greenacres, and I am back to one up also, about two weeks ago.


taz291819

join:2002-08-31
Huntsville, AL

Still on a single upstream channel. I'm worried that with the speeds doubling (I'm on 50/10), that I won't actually see a difference in upload.

I know a single 6.4Mhz channel can handle 32Mbps, but I can't determine if it's a 6.4Mhz or 3.2Mhz channel, since the Motorola SB doesn't give you that information.



beachintech
There's sand in my tool bag
Premium
join:2008-01-06
kudos:5

They are most likely working through an issue in your area. You will still get your provisioned speeds.



EG
The wings of love
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join:2006-11-18
Union, NJ
kudos:9
reply to taz291819

said by taz291819:

I know a single 6.4Mhz channel can handle 32Mbps, but I can't determine if it's a 6.4Mhz or 3.2Mhz channel, since the Motorola SB doesn't give you that information.

A single upstream carrier does not provide that much capacity. It's 3.2 for the upstream. And it depends on the modulation scheme that is being used.