I tried unplugging modem and 3rd party router.
This problem seems to happen more frequently. I am now entering the info into my phone (notes) - time/day of disconnection and duration.
It went down Tuesday and now today. I don't recall how long it was out last time. Maybe 30 min or 1 hr total?
I also use a wifi Smart TV.
It has reconnected a few times only to drop 5 mins (estimate) later. Sometimes the speed is normal but often, the connection is at a much lower speed suggesting a problem.
I am wondering if there's an issue.
Anyone else just have a hard drop for a full minute at 7:52am ? I'm in Pickering.
I wasn't even using the internet other than to stream the radio.
Seems it went a little wobbly 10 minutes prior (7:42am) then collapsed at 7:52am and then a spike a few minutes later, seems ok.
Modem did not reboot.
Finally able to connect to 192.168.100.1 without rebooting the modem - no idea why it suddenly worked for me.. but was able to see my signals.. They've climbed even higher.
|Port ID||Frequency (MHz)||Modulation||Signal strength (dBmV)||Channel ID||Signal noise ratio (dB)|
|Receiver||FFT type||Subcarr 0 Frequency(MHz)||PLC locked||NCP locked||MDC1 locked||PLC power(dBmv)|
|Port ID||Frequency (MHz)||Modulation||Signal strength (dBmV)||Channel ID||Bandwidth|
|Channel Index||State||lin Digital Att||Digital Att||BW (sc's*fft)||Report Power||Report Power1_6||FFT Size|
Not true unless you happen to have the brand new fibre system installed which should be a Passive Optical Network system. The existing Rogers Fiber to the Home (FTTH) installations only replace the copper line with a fibre line. Its still a DOCSIS system which is time shared by all users on your cable line from the neighbourhood node. So, the technical details are important to determine exactly what is meant by a fibre connection.
Thats a lot of troubleshooting hours and legacy line replacement that Rogers doesn't want to do right now. My guess is that they are holding off on all of above in anticipation of a Fiber roll out. Not sure if this is true, but one senior maintenance tech told me they have begun to rollout Fiber at Caledonia/Eglinton area. I highly doubt I'll be seeing this in my neighbourhood for at least another year or two. So in the meantime, they will just keep pretending its the clients fault -- blame router / reboot modem / etc ??
My internet just dropped, XB6 broadcom modem reset itself and internet came back without power cycling..
Tons of uncorrectables in the modem stats...if that tells any stores.
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I don't know what is different today but just experienced the following... I seriously think there is an issue with my signal strength now...
Don't get me wrong all, since OFDMA has been turned off on my line, it honestly is night and day in comparison to the continuous dropouts, but there is still some issue remaining on my line or neighbourhood and packet loss occuring.
What is the graph above the ping plot? Jitter? I'm not a network guy (I'm a webdev/designer) so am not sure what Jitter is.
@marwin PingPlotter. The free version lets you monitor for 10 minutes at a time, but I invested in the paid standard version as it keeps records that can then be recalled (I use it for 24h monitoring / whenever I keep the computer on).
I don't know how much value it adds because I've presented my graphs ad nauseum to Rogers to no effect, but I like keeping track of how many times it goes out per day and seeing when I set a new record. Might as well make a game of it if I'm miserable.
@Christinew1 i've probably wasted 30+ hours on the phone and had several tech visits and have never been told anything about the 'congestion zone'. One senior tech went on to brag to me about how my hood was actually well over-provisioned and there were no issues at the neighbourhood switch/node.
Can you share which area you are in which there is an apparent congestion zone?
OK I tried following so far:
- changed modem to CODA-4582U
- replace routers
- switch modem from bridge mode to gateway mode
- placed modem and router 6 feet from each other
- restarted modem every morning
Nothing helped - these issues happen multiple times a day.
Just called tech support and was told that THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NOTHING THEY CAN DO and there is not even a point in starting another ticket as it will not show any issue anyway.
I was told that the single option I have is:
- subscribe to the new plan, because I am on Ignite Legacy plan and a new Ignite plan with a new modem will fix my issue. Price is 120$ for 1Gbit and 110$ for 500Mbit and 99$ for 150Mbit. But there is an installation/connection fee on top of that - regular I believe 60$, but now on sale for 30$.
That's a load of non-sense.... I believe someone earlier in the forum mentioned complaining to the CRTC if there only option is to spend more money to fix their issue. Some people also seem to be having luck getting them to disable the OFDMA channel to success.... I myself am probably going to attempt what others have done and sending in a complaint and telling them they either disable that channel or upgrade my modem as it has nothing to do with me and is entirely on them and their inability to solve the issue.
I just called in cancelation department and instead of canceling my service I ended up with a 1Gbit new Ignite service with a price comparable to what I was paying (about 8$ more). By the end of next week, I'll post here if this new service and modem really fix my connectivity issues.