I was getting some high upstream levels (52-53dbMv) with my cable modem plugged into the passive VOIP connection of my Comcast Amp. I moved the modem over to one of the powered ports and now I get the following power levels (48-49dbMv). Is there any problem with running the cable modem through one of the amps powered lines. As an FYI, this is one of these Commscope Amps that Xfinity installs that provides even output to all sources.
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Do you have their phone service as well ?
The stats look o/k as long as they remain stable (upstreams are close to being borderline).
You wrote: "Is there any problem with running the cable modem through one of the amps powered lines."
No. It's fine. The bottom line is are you actually having any connectivity issues ? If not, let it ride.
Thanks. When I was running it through the VOIP connection on the amp, my US powerlevels were around 51 -52 for each channel. I just moved it to the powered connection and it brought it down to the stats you saw. We'll see how it goes.