Everyone assumes that the data is suddenly wrong. What if it is actually right now and was incorrect before? My router says I have used 450GB and Comcast is reporting 800GB. This could be correct if my router isn't counting the Netflix app used through the X1 Box. I guess I could test this by turning off wifi and seeing if the Netflix app still works. But I'm too lazy. I want Comcast to tell me what's going on. That seems like a lot of data, but I would expect it to be a lot higher since it's a 65 inch 4K TV. If the router is only reporting streaming to a phone or ipad then it makes sense.
Followup: After looking at router data, it breaks it down further. Of the 115GB Netflix usage, 87GB is used on the ipad (my daughter is a Friendsaholic). The rest are on other phones. My wife and I use the app within Comcast. All that data going to the big screen is not being counted by the router. So the only question I have is, Does that app usage count against the monthly limit? I assume it probably is counted on the chart so the answer is Yes. I live in a state with no cap, so I am good. But I would bet that those numbers that you are seeing are legit.
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I'm having to reset my box multiple times each day. Had a tech out about 10 days ago who put in a new Commscope amp. My signals look to be within specs. Comcast Labs signal checks says Unknown. Phone tech sent me some signals a few days ago that seemed to work temporarily. I really love the X1 system, but not sure how long I can put up with it.
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