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Fri, Oct 23, 2020 9:00 AM

Modem Can Only Lock One Upstream Channel. Why

Upstream Bonded Channels
ChannelLock StatusUS Channel TypeChannel IDSymbol RateFrequencyPower
1LockedATDMA15120 Ksym/sec35600000 Hz56.9 dBmV
2Not LockedUnknown00 Ksym/sec0 Hz0.0 dBmV
3Not LockedUnknown00 Ksym/sec0 Hz0.0 dBmV
4Not LockedUnknown00 Ksym/sec0 Hz0.0 dBmV



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CCAndrew

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8 m ago

Your upstream channel you posted is 57, the range that Comcast uses ends around 49-50. So you need to lower it by at least 7db for fun. A four way splitter has 7db of loss, if you can remove any/all extra splitters to lower your upstream, do it. If you can’t, have a tech out to troubleshoot

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8 m ago

"you’ve got to get that upstream down by about 7db"

What do you mean?

CCAndrew

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8 m ago

The one that you have is too high and out of spec, so it’s a safe bet that the others are also out of spec and that’s why they aren’t locking in. Could also be a high pass filter put on by maintenance for ingress. But you’ve got to get that upstream down by about 7db, maybe an extra splitter to get rid of

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8 m ago

Thank you, but I fear something else is wrong. Now it says this and I have done nothing...

Upstream Bonded Channels
ChannelLock StatusUS Channel TypeChannel IDSymbol RateFrequencyPower
1LockedATDMA15120 Ksym/sec35600000 Hz41.5 dBmV
2LockedATDMA25120 Ksym/sec29200000 Hz41.2 dBmV
3LockedATDMA35120 Ksym/sec22800000 Hz41.2 dBmV
4LockedATDMA45120 Ksym/sec16400000 Hz40.2 dBmV



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