Last Wednesday my wireless G modem had lost connection with Rogers’s network (traffic light turned off). I had a tech coming to my house yesterday, but few hours before he arrived, another tech worked something on my neighbor’s cable or internet, and suddenly my modem start working. I’ve checked the speed and connection and everything was ok. The tech at my house checked the signal on cable and it was ok (thou the signal on my cable box was “-17” and in orange, but the TV was working fine). He said I have nothing to worry about since everything is working again.
This morning, I’ve checked again and it was alright, but after a few hours my son called me and traffic light was off again and there was no internet connection. He did reset the modem but the problem persists.
I’ll check again after I’ll get home, and I’ll call tech support again, but it’s getting very frustrating.
If anyone had similar problems and solved them please reply. Thanks.
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Suddenly came back and it's solid since yesterday afternoon. If it goes off again I'll certainly call a tech to check the cables outside.
I'm new to Forums including this one.
I need advice regarding the loss of internet connection.
By the way, I could not find a way to start a new topic in here...
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Thank you for posting your Internet concern and welcome to Rogers Community Forums.
Based on the light pattern, it seems like you have an XB6 modem. The alternating Red/Yellow rapidly could be related to boot loader failure. We can further look into it for you; please send us a private message at @CommunityHelps. You can find details about our private messaging in this blog.