Very good !! This is a perfect example of what I'm looking for, a two hop plot, modem (IPV6 address removed) and CMTS, looking for any signs of packet loss, and, voila, here it is, as shown on the bottom portion of the plot. Very good indeed. This is a great example of packet loss on the modem to CMTS path which is caused by either cable noise or cable condition of some type. That packet loss will kill any traffic that has to go beyond the CMTS or return back to the modem.
The trick at this point is to get on the phone with tech support when you see that it has started (speed dial plus option 2 for tech support I believe), and have tech support ping the CMTS from the modem and just stay on the line for a few minutes when that runs. If you can see the packet loss with Pingplotter running, then tech support should be able to see it as well. The question at this point is, "Is this a singular line issue, as in your cable feed, or, is it an issue for your neighbors as well" If its a neighborhood issue, that points towards a noise issue or a cable issue between the neighborhood node and the local tap which sits very near your home. Ask the tech to check the current line noise and noise history to see what turns up.
Is this occurring when the CMTS is using the higher frequencies?
Good morning @Bromoran,
Once the work order for maintenance in your area has been completed, this issue should be resolved.
I apologize for any inconvenience but we are aware of the issues in the area.
Unfortunately I don't have a date that I can share at this time. Once again, I do apologize.
The problems that I've detailed previously in this thread have come back.
Granted it's not as bad as before (where it was basically an issue all day long for several weeks).
It happened again between 1AM-2AM EST this morning. I'm not going through the process of doing extra work that a paying customer should charging Rogers back for.
Can I get the number of customer relations? I really feel at this point that the thieves at Rogers should just let me out of my contract so I can move on.