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  1. in response to the spoofing of mac address not if u assign ur own string of mac addys to each client using ur router. even if they guess it they shouldnt be able to knock off another client. they are probably staticly setting an ip addy, also, most router internal web server addys are the same so if you dont have ur router strong password protected they could be gettin in there, also you should be able to see all clients on your router from your web interface.
  2. the best way to find out is ofcourse thru the modems internal web server which is located at the above address, you can also use docsdiag which should be able to tell you your snr, powerlevel, ds frequency, qam, and anything else u could possibly want to know. once u find this info. ill give u an example of what a functional modems info should look like then explain it. downstream Frequency 735000000 Hz Locked Signal to Noise Ratio 36 d QAM 256 Network Access Control Object ON Power Level -5 dBmV upstream HFC MAC Address 00:0x:9x:11:0x:Ax Channel ID 3 Frequency 239
  3. i wouldnt be concerned with privacy from the isp but from my fellow users. all ur traffic comn in can easily be sniffd by someone with the no-how. as well as ur traffic leavin ur pc which is much harder. but possible. as far as ur traffic, the isp can rebuild ur traffic, and be able to tell where youve been what ur usernames, passwords all that. anything. ofcourse they wont because this is an invasion of your privacy. and if that guy above is checking to see where people are going u are in violation of federal laws. only the federal government is allowed to monitor site traffic to kidd
  4. how correct you are. fiber has to be ran underground in order to survive the elements. at least that is what they are teachin me. and ofcourse if the isps do decide to upgrade to docsis 3.0 theyll have to upgrade all their equipment. which is aways away. there isnt many 2.0 networks. most are 1.0/1.1 hybrids. so 3.0 is pushing it. its aways off. but, if fios continues to tear thru the us it will most certainly caus many isps to have to upgrade to compete. this is good. it is also the american way. competition promotes growth. it is the sole beneficiary of technology in the first p
  5. yes it has oc-12 capabilites which is theoretically 600mbps. but just about all cable comps use fiber backbones. whats interesting is that fiber doesnt transfer photons faster than copper transfers electrons... they both transmit at roughly the speed of light. difference is fiber is impervious to electromagnetic interference and other transport interferences. not comparin fiber, comparing dsl and cable. fios is the fastest dsl available. and optimum online is the fastest cable net. fios ofcourse blows optimum away. i was speakin of the future of broadband. just what eventually its le
  6. are you on charter or ool? i meant charter. but hey nice speed tho. wish ool was available here...lol.
  7. fios is gonna jump start cable networks where they are supposed to be but will fizzle. they cant compete with docsis 3.0, that is when its ready. 160/120 possibility. cable isps are just not spending money because, well, they dont have to upgrade their equipment. it is definitely a monopoly, a greed issue. why give someone a 60mbps connection for 100 dollars when i can give em 30 for 100. no competition. fios brings this competition and ofcourse forces the cable isps to protect their customer base. pretty soon everything will be streaming and on demand. and their current tiers are ins
  8. what happens on a cable net, is that if you have too many devices, such as multiple tvs, voip, drawing from the signal there isnt enough to manage p2p services. because p2p use ur bandwidth for more than just file transfers.
  9. whats ur signal look like. usually when it cant get the symbol timing your signal is really low, like snr is below 29,and Dbmv is below -12. charter could of pulled a comcast, and oversubscribed and is now incapable of handling the tiers their offering. charters great for me, but ive heard other people have issues with the 10/1 eating their bandwith. i would stick with cable if at all possible, it is the future. dsl is well nothing unless its fios. cable can provide almost the same amount of bandwidth on a docsis 2.0 network without a complete fibre system.
  10. this is during peak hours. my lines generally are the most saturated between 9p.m.-1a.m. :::.. testmy.net test results ..::: Download Connection is:: 17467 Kbps about 17.47 Mbps (tested with 12160 kB) Download Speed is:: 2132 kB/s Upload Connection is:: 1761 Kbps about 1.8 Mbps (tested with 2992 kB) Upload Speed is:: 215 kB/s Tested From:: https://testmy.net (Server 1) Test Time:: 2006/10/13 - 9:11pm D-Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-JV4RGP8DN U-Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/stats/id-F31NMRUDB User Agent:: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Window
  11. Cox has 17/2 packages and i think a 30/2. ofcourse you couldnt afford em cuz they charge outrageous for rm. unless u hackd ur modem your stuck with the basic speeds. they are supposed to be business class pckgs..
  12. thank you for the welcome. my isp is charter. and my speed is unlimited. well at least limited to hardware and overhead. i was using dap. my ping to that link was kinda high. so the only way to get any good speed was to use multi-thread. while ive got the attention of an admin, everytime i try to use my speed test image on another forum i only get a link. ive tried all three types of code? they only support BBcode. is there away around this? thanx.
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