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Deco P9 + Hub 4 = help :)

Hiya,

Recently upgraded and purchased a Deco P9 kit to go with 🙂

Not getting anywhere close to 500, never mind 940(more?) on anything. Xbox (wired) gets 400ish, PC on first floor wired from the Deco gets 250-300, then attic gets 190-250.

Any setup tips, like do I need to have the ethernet coming from the Hub 4 come out of a certain port on the back to the Deco?

Kind regards

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@Pinnick wrote:

Hiya,

Recently upgraded and purchased a Deco P9 kit to go with 🙂

Not getting anywhere close to 500, never mind 940(more?) on anything. Xbox (wired) gets 400ish, PC on first floor wired from the Deco gets 250-300, then attic gets 190-250.

Any setup tips, like do I need to have the ethernet coming from the Hub 4 come out of a certain port on the back to the Deco?

Kind regards


Only the devices hard wired to the first node, connected to the HUB, will see anywhere near 940Mbps. Wired devices connected to the other two nodes will rely on the WiFi backbone.

Oh even worse it appears to use your power line as the backbone!

That, at times, can be worse than wireless.

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The Xbox isn't getting anywhere near that directly from the Hub 4 (in modem mode) or via the first hub.

On the 500 package, my speeds were nearly the same on everything.

 

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@Pinnick wrote:

The Xbox isn't getting anywhere near that directly from the Hub 4 (in modem mode) or via the first hub.

On the 500 package, my speeds were nearly the same on everything.

 


Is it a recent installation?

Your HUB power levels could be out of spec, causing slower than expected speeds.

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It's been six days, yeah.
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@Pinnick wrote:
It's been six days, yeah.

Access your HUB 4 on 192.168.100.1, and select the 'Check Router Status' option below the login section.

Copy paste the information from the tabs into here, which you will need to paste into several posts and sometimes click post twice due to an error message, and we can check the levels.

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Post 1:

 

Cable Modem StatusItem Status CommentsChannel Overview Downstream Upstream

Cable Modem Status
Online
DOCSIS 3.1
Primary downstream channel
Locked
SC-QAM
DOCSIS 3.0 channels
31
4
DOCSIS 3.1 channels
1
0
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3.0 Downstream channels

Channel Frequency (Hz) Power (dBmV) SNR (dB) Modulation Channel ID

263390000005.939QAM25626
11390000003.338.6QAM2561
21470000003.137.6QAM2562
31550000003.239QAM2563
41630000003.139QAM2564
51710000003.139QAM2565
61790000003.238.6QAM2566
71870000003.238.6QAM2567
81950000003.139QAM2568
92030000003.139QAM2569
102110000002.839QAM25610
112190000002.639QAM25611
122270000002.538.6QAM25612
132350000002.339QAM25613
142430000002.538.6QAM25614
152510000003.138.6QAM25615
162590000003.939QAM25616
172670000004.339QAM25617
182750000004.638.6QAM25618
19283000000538.6QAM25619
202910000005.538.6QAM25620
212990000006.439QAM25621
223070000006.639QAM25622
233150000006.640.9QAM25623
24323000000639QAM25624
253310000005.839QAM25625
273470000006.139QAM25627
283550000006.139QAM25628
293630000005.638.6QAM25629
303710000005.439QAM25630
313790000005.539QAM25631



3.0 Downstream channels

Channel Lock Status RxMER (dB) Pre RS Errors Post RS Errors

26Locked38.98326100
1Locked38.60537710
2Locked37.63627640
3Locked38.98326120
4Locked38.98326100
5Locked38.98326120
6Locked38.60537710
7Locked38.60537740
8Locked38.98326130
9Locked38.98326110
10Locked38.98326130
11Locked38.98326110
12Locked38.60537750
13Locked38.983261110
14Locked38.60537790
15Locked38.60537760
16Locked38.98326170
17Locked38.98326120
18Locked38.60537750
19Locked38.60537770
20Locked38.60537780
21Locked38.98326120
22Locked38.98326110
23Locked40.94620920
24Locked38.98326160
25Locked38.98326110
27Locked38.98326120
28Locked38.98326120
29Locked38.60537790
30Locked38.983261130
31Locked38.983261150



3.1 Downstream channels

Channel Channel Width (MHz) FFT Type Number of Active Subcarriers Modulation (Active Profile) First Active Subcarrier (Hz)
159964K1880QAM1024759


3.1 Downstream channels

Channel ID Lock Status RxMER Data (dB) PLC Power (dBmV) Correcteds (Active Profile) Uncorrectables (Active Profile)
159Locked4210.31312600
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3.0 Upstream channels

Channel Frequency (Hz) Power (dBmV) Symbol Rate (ksps) Modulation Channel ID

14620000050.55120 KSym/sec64QAM3
23940000050.35120 KSym/sec64QAM4
35370000050.85120 KSym/sec64QAM2
46030000050.85120 KSym/sec64QAM1



3.0 Upstream channels

Channel Channel Type T1 Timeouts T2 Timeouts T3 Timeouts T4 Timeouts

1US_TYPE_STDMA0000
2US_TYPE_STDMA0030
3US_TYPE_STDMA0000
4US_TYPE_STDMA0000
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Config file
;kfoA,.iyewrkldJKDHSUBsgv



Primary Downstream Service Flow

SFID
5321
Max Traffic Rate
1200000450
Max Traffic Burst
42600
Min Traffic Rate
0



Primary Upstream Service Flow

SFID
5250
Max Traffic Rate
55000270
Max Traffic Burst
42600
Min Traffic Rate
0
Max Concatenated Burst
16320
Scheduling Type
bestEffort
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