Using cable modem's technical diagnostics readings...

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Hello.

I was just wondering. Are the numbers in cable modem's technical web  
pages, on http://192.168.100.1 /, similiar to the ones that cable service  
people use? Are they also valid to diagnose for non-Internet cable  
issues (TV and digital phone) beside the Internet?

Thank you in advance. :)
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Re: Using cable modem's technical diagnostics readings...
On Saturday, May 31, 2014 at 11:39:25 AM UTC-7, Ant wrote:
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Yes they are the exact same data I see coming in on my Signal level meter.

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TV no, but phone yes. The  phone system uses the exact same channels/carrie
rs the internet does, the TV however, uses different carriers, so the inter
net ones may be perfectly fine and the TV ones have issues or the opposite  
may be true. If you see problems in those carriers, it may indicate tv carr
ier problems but not always.


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