|Memory Report||64 MB SDRAM, 2 MB Flash|
|OOB Frequency||75.250 MHz|
|OOB Lock||1.544 Mbps|
|Signal Strength||82% (-11.1 dBmV)|
|Signal Quality||100% (34.0 d|
|Card OOB Lock||weak (sometimes success)|
Conditional Access Details
System Id: 0x0E00
Status: Not Staged
19700101-00:00:00 System: reset reason = power on 19700101-00:00:01 CableCARD: M-CARD inserted 19700101-00:00:01 CableCARD: invalid session 0xDEAD (cchost_session:261) 19700101-00:00:04 System: network link 1000f 19700101-00:00:05 System: network link down 19700101-00:00:06 CableCARD: Cisco card (0103:0001) 19700101-00:00:08 System: network link 1000f 19700101-00:00:09 System: ip address obtained: 192.168.1.2 / 255.255.255.0 19700101-00:00:10 CableCARD: authentication status: authentication in progress 19700101-00:00:10 CableCARD: authentication status: authentication success, validation success 20180115-02:51:23 CableCARD: time changed from Thu Jan 01 00:00:59 1970 to Mon Jan 15 02:51:23 2018
When I called the cablecard support line, it took me to Tier 1 support for 30 minutes, then Tier 2 for 30 minutes, and despite all that, their solution was for me to get a cable box from the store. It seems like the cablecard support line just goes to the clueless regular comcast customer service now.
A week after I left this forum post, I did online chat, referring to this post. They troubleshot the issue and had it resolved in 15 minutes.