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  #152633 30-Jul-2008 10:31
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Have a poke at 192.168.100.1, and yes any Rx signal between -15dBmV and +15dBmV is within the modems acceptance range, TCL most likley have a tighter target than that.

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  #152636 30-Jul-2008 10:38
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Quidam: Zolly -power out?  Due to weather or was it a planned outage?  (We went down a week or so ago for a few hours)


Due to weather I think.. The entire street is out, yet streetlights were still working and from what I could tell houses on other streets had power.  One of the neighbours was told it could be up to 4 hours before power is back on!  Power is still out from what I can tell..

 
 
 
 


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  #152727 30-Jul-2008 16:20
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Update.. my power at home is back on (15:59) after being out since approx 7:10am this morning! 
Looking forward to surfing the net at home tonight :)




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  #152759 30-Jul-2008 18:16
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Good to hear.. hopefully it stays on Laughing

It is looking good here.. first time in months I am getting good performance in the evening...







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  #152804 30-Jul-2008 20:33
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Nety: Good to hear.. hopefully it stays on Laughing

It is looking good here.. first time in months I am getting good performance in the evening...


Nope.. lol... Came back on at 4pm.. back off at 6pm.. and only just came back on at 8:30pm. *sigh* time for us to go cook something to eat (oh and get The Cheese back on air!)





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  #152808 30-Jul-2008 20:43
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mattbush: Yes, my activity light is flashing much less...quite erratic now

My modem signal levels are...
Downstream
Sig to Noise 39db
Power Level 5 dbmV

Upstream
Power level 32 dBmv

Are these Ok?


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I got:

DownstreamValue
Frequency711000000 Hz
Signal To Noise Ratio38.3 dB
Power Level4.8 dBmV
The Downstream Power Level reading is a snapshot taken at the time this page was requested. Please Reload/Refresh this Page for a new reading

UpstreamValue
Channel ID6
Frequency38500000 Hz
Power43.5 dBmV

Pretty similar values.




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  #152811 30-Jul-2008 20:48
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ZollyMonsta:
Nety: Good to hear.. hopefully it stays on Laughing

It is looking good here.. first time in months I am getting good performance in the evening...


Nope.. lol... Came back on at 4pm.. back off at 6pm.. and only just came back on at 8:30pm. *sigh* time for us to go cook something to eat (oh and get The Cheese back on air!)



Hey Zolly -Talk about Obtuse (of me) -I only now noticed your link to "The Cheese"

Way cool dude.

ps. getting back on topic -I too notice the activity light on my modem isn't "strobing" like it used to.

I actually tried to call Dopp a couple of times today (I got his number) but he wasn't picking up.  I'll try again tomorrow because I'm very keen to hear what he has to say about the upgrade.




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  #152820 30-Jul-2008 21:20
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You might want to give him a chance to recover... I am guessing he was burning the midnight oil to get the mass migration done and has spent today recovering...Cool







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  #152827 30-Jul-2008 21:38

I am told the VLAN segmentation went very well, with results as good as was hoped for.

Certainly my home router is dealing with less than 1/3 of the packets it used to, and for the first time in years now I get close to my plan speeds, even in peak hour. Now I just have to wait a few days and see if this really has cured the need to reset the cable-modem every other day.

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  #152830 30-Jul-2008 21:47
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Auckland server a bit slow tonight.



Activity light on my modem flashing slower too.  Web surfing seems more reliable.




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  #152838 30-Jul-2008 22:16
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Not in Khandallah yet - activity light on continuously




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#152844 30-Jul-2008 22:44
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Woohoo, it's all good over here in Newlands.
Funny you mention the strobing light, i just always thought it was meant to be like that but now it's slow.
I'm also getting better speeds than i pay for, nice one telstra.

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  #152860 30-Jul-2008 23:47

Much more stable in Kilbirnie, not drop outs tonight.

4Mbs/2Mbs to WorldXChange
4Mbs/2Mbs to Airnet

but only

1.1Mbs/200kbps to Citylink

What's that about?

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  #152871 31-Jul-2008 06:21
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lchiu7: Not in Khandallah yet - activity light on continuously


On continuously is good not bad... strobing is bad. It works that traffic is shown by the led going out. If there was no traffic at all then the led would stay on all the time.







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  #152872 31-Jul-2008 06:22
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gingereejit: Much more stable in Kilbirnie, not drop outs tonight.

4Mbs/2Mbs to WorldXChange
4Mbs/2Mbs to Airnet

but only

1.1Mbs/200kbps to Citylink

What's that about?


My understanding is they have no link to Citylink so you are going via the US or some such.







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