I got to do some moving around of my gear. I had some connection issues in the past, specifically with the "Upstream Power Level". As it stands its at 45, now when it gets hot outside it will climb to 47-48 and every once in a while I get a modem reboot. Now this is with two splitters before the modem its self. So I'm moving the modem in a way to where I can be off the first splitter but I'll need to splice in some cable to make it work. I'm assuming a coupler with compression fitting would be better over a splitter right? So to make it work I have to add 13 ish feet of cable, what I have been doing it buying a premade cable and cutting it to length using a compression fitting on the end. Could anyone point me to a good cable for this? Also while I'm messing around I want to replace the first splitter into the house, I can't really find one that says "For cable modems". Any help with that? Maybe an Amazon link? Thanks! PS I just noticed that 192.168.100.1 is timing out for me. It worked earlier today, does it go down sometimes?
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