How to get speed >100mbps with a 1000Mbps plan
I have a 1000Mbps plan, and a CM1200 modem which is configured correctly. I have reviewed all the information you have posted on tips for getting to gig speeds. My downstream power ranges from -2dBmv to +2dBmv over 32 channels with SNR between 40 to 42 dB. In upstream, 4 of my 8 channels are locked, and power is between 40-42dBmv. for OFDM, 1 of 2 channels is locked, with a power of -1.3dBmv with SNR of 39.9dB and 100723119 unerrored, 2 correctable and 0 uncorrectable codewords. There is no upstream OFDMA channel locked (of the 2 available
Just to give a background, I am well versed with most IP protocols and in real life am a IT & software dev. I also run my own router behind the CM1200, and use a <1year hardware with openwrt on it. I have used this exact setup at other ISP locations and I have seen the WAN port provide up > 500mbps measured with standard tools like iperf (https://iperf.fr/ ).
All in all I get like 50Mbps/35Mbps in the dead of the night like 2am, and in the day during normal business hours this is like 2-5Mbps/1Mbps and never over 10Mbps/2Mbps.
I was wondering if it is even possible to get 100Mbps (forget the 1000Mbps).