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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

Wow lots to take in.
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How do I use the wireless survey data? I have pasted the survey below as I am not sure on how to use the data.
For some reason my Asus wifi network weren't listed on this survey, but yesterday I could see it and the 5G signal was on the lower end something like -20dBm is that bad?
Could you recommend which channel I should setup or if there is a way to guarantee that the router auto-selects the one with less competition?
Is there a way to push the wifi signal strength up? Like increasing the power on the configuration? 

Would it help if I disable the 2.4ghz and use only 5ghz?

As per the inline amplifier installed I am not sure what to look for? Do you have any images for me to compare? Also I don't know from where the cables enter the house.

I live in a townhouse condominium.

 

Channel IDRSSIPhyModeExtChannelNTWPS
1-73dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
1-78dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
1-81dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
1-86dBm11NGHT40PLUSABOVEN/ANO
1-86dBm11NGHT40PLUSABOVEN/AYES
1-87dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
1-87dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
1-88dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
1-88dBm11NGHT40PLUSABOVEN/ANO
1-90dBm11NGHT40PLUSABOVEN/AYES
1-90dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
1-90dBm11NGHT40PLUSABOVEN/ANO
1-90dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
2-88dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
3-68dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
4-70dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
4-90dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
6-50dBm11NGHT40PLUSABOVEN/AYES
6-72dBm11NGHT40MINUSBELOWN/AYES
6-73dBm11NGHT20NONEN/ANO
6-75dBm11NGHT20NONEN/ANO
6-80dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
9-87dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
10-75dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
11-74dBm11NGHT20NONEN/ANO
11-75dBm11NGHT20NONEN/ANO
11-76dBm11NGHT20NONEN/ANO
11-77dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
11-79dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
11-83dBm11NGHT20NONEN/AYES
36-71dBm11NAHT40PLUSABOVEN/AYES
36-73dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
36-73dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/ANO
36-73dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/ANO
36-87dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
44-82dBm11ACVHT40PLUSABOVEN/AYES
44-87dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/ANO
44-89dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/ANO
44-89dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
48-84dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
48-86dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
48-87dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/ANO
48-87dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/ANO
48-88dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
48-88dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
149-74dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
149-75dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/ANO
149-75dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/ANO
149-75dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/ANO
149-79dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/ANO
149-80dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/ANO
149-87dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
153-39dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
157-74dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
157-74dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
157-86dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
157-87dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
157-87dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/AYES
157-88dBm11ACVHT80NONEN/ANO
157-89dBm11NAHT40PLUSABOVEN/ANO
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@JC780 wrote:

Hi Maude,

 

Does anyone at Rogers have an idea why the CODA-4582 DOCSIS WAN IP shows to be in the range of 7.31.x.y with the gateway on 7.31.176.1?

ARIN.NET shows a pretty interesting owner for the network 7.0.0.0/8.

 

Thank you!

 


Large networks like Rogers' have tended to fill up the 10.* private IP space, so it's very common to use other 'ex-class A' network blocks that are not routed on the public Internet. These IPs are only used for internal network management of modems and the like. For as long as neither US DoD nor Rogers start advertising these blocks on the public Internet there is no issue with this practice.

 

The SA/Cisco TV boxes use another block in that category, maybe 47.* or 49.*, I forget. 

 



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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

@Datalink, I wasn't able to edit the post and mark you.

 

I am sorry if this cause any inconvenience.

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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

Hi Vivien,
I thought about that too, but it is hard to believe that Rogers has so many internal hosts already using the 10... IP space. Then, what are the chances to pick something owned by the DoD. Really? why not directly an IP owned by NSA? I just found it to be an odd assignment even for internal modem management.
Thanks so much!
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@Ramz when you have time available, pull one of the blank wallplates off of the wall just to see whats behind it.  Ideally that would be a structured wiring bundle, waiting to be put to use, or an empty low voltage conduit thru which you can pull whatever cable you need at that location.  The conduit should look similar to this, either blue or grey:

 

https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.ent-nonmettallic-conduit--34-in.1000113198.html

 

 

 



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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

Thanks I did and looks like its for Bell phone. Thanks for all your help.

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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware


@JC780 wrote:
Hi Vivien,
I thought about that too, but it is hard to believe that Rogers has so many internal hosts already using the 10... IP space. Then, what are the chances to pick something owned by the DoD. Really? why not directly an IP owned by NSA? I just found it to be an odd assignment even for internal modem management.
Thanks so much!

Other than some US government agencies (DoD, etc), there aren't a ton of people who have ex-class A blocks that are not routing them on the public Internet. There used to be more, but I think a number of those folks have sold them off to the big cloud computing vendors (e.g. Amazon AWS).



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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware


@VivienM wrote:

@JC780 wrote:
Hi Vivien,
I thought about that too, but it is hard to believe that Rogers has so many internal hosts already using the 10... IP space. Then, what are the chances to pick something owned by the DoD. Really? why not directly an IP owned by NSA? I just found it to be an odd assignment even for internal modem management.
Thanks so much!

Other than some US government agencies (DoD, etc), there aren't a ton of people who have ex-class A blocks that are not routing them on the public Internet. There used to be more, but I think a number of those folks have sold them off to the big cloud computing vendors (e.g. Amazon AWS).


Fido squats on a Class A assigned to the UK Ministry of Defence

https://www.mac-help.com/threads/ministry-of-defence-ip-address-in-my-phone.153975/

But I assume that neither the MoD nor Fido advertise routing to these addresses.  In any fight, I think that the MoD would have better weapons.

 

I wonder why a /8 isn't enough for one provider.

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