Hi, i was recently experiencing an issue with my wifi where by my internet connection would cut out across all devices. Then my router would restart entirely and this would happen perhaps 10 times a day. I had been slotted a visit from an engineer last friday and this did not resolve the issue at all. My router still reboots roughly 10 times a day and its very hard to get any work done. Thank you for any help.
The power levels for the Downstream and Upstream (Download and Upload) channels must be in a specific range for your internet connection to work correctly. Being at the maximum means it can cause problems.
My upload levels as a comparison:
Upstream bonded channels
Channel Frequency (Hz) Power (dBmV) Symbol Rate (ksps) Modulation Channel ID
Also those T3’s in the log can be indicative of noise ingress. The Pre & Post RS error look high, but are accumulative since the hub was last power cycled. Please power cycle your hub and post a new set of stats, including network log, in a few hours time. It is highly unlikely by those figures and no dates of 01/01/1970 in the log that your hub is rebooting, it’s just losing connection to the CMTS and eventually regaining it.
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