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comcast just added 4 download channels to 28 channels download... does that mean gig is in my area now?

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Doesn't look like it. Even if the OFDM channel was listed as being the "primary", it still wouldn't guarantee that it is turned up yet in your area.




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No. You would see a channel labeled as "Other" or as "OFDM / PLC" if you actually have a DOCSIS 3.1 capable modem.. And FWIW, even if you saw that DOCSIS 3.1 carrier, it does not guarantee that the gigabit speed tier would yet be available. Their marketing dept's and their actual field operations have been known to be somewhat out of sync with each other..

 

What is the exact make and model number of your modem ?




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Maybe and maybe not. They might just be adding the amount of channels you can use to get your speed. Just wanted to let you know however that one of your upstream levels are out of spec the 4 th one, the third one is boarder line, and the other two are nearing border line.
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sorry about that guys cm1000 netgear

 

 

heres the second part of the page... a little backstory i had the gig plan... but it really wasnt in my area..  im waiting for it LOL now im back at 250/25

 

 

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O/k yep. A 3.1 device. And an OFDM carrier. But even though it is present on the CMTS, and the modem is locked on to it (Channel # 1), it is still listed as being "non-primary".




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Doesn't look like it. Even if the OFDM channel was listed as being the "primary", it still wouldn't guarantee that it is turned up yet in your area.




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