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Semi frequent udhcpd: DHCP server stopped


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#1 StealthMonk

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Posted 02 December 2013 - 01:24 PM

I am upstairs across the house from the router, which is in the wall and cannot be moved. I have been having disconnects more and more frequently with yellow bar popping up on the connection in task bar.

 

udhcpd: DHCP server stopped and udhcpd: DHCP server started are in general 2-3 seconds apart in the logs.Usually pop up 2 - 3 times in a row. I am mainly just wondering if this is a router issue or something with ISP. However, i don't really know how to read the numbers. Am in a growing neighborhood with really only 1 ISP.

 

Arris router 2 in 1.

 

Downstream
Channel Bonding Value
Index
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Lock Status
Locked
Locked
Locked
Locked
Locked
Locked
Locked
Locked
Frequency
597.00 MHz
555.00 MHz
561.00 MHz
567.00 MHz
573.00 MHz
579.00 MHz
585.00 MHz
591.00 MHz
SNR
37.36 dB
36.84 dB
36.61 dB
37.09 dB
37.36 dB
37.64 dB
36.84 dB
37.09 dB
Power
1.69 dBmV
0.24 dBmV
-0.22 dBmV
0.92 dBmV
-1.19 dBmV
0.77 dBmV
-0.30 dBmV
0.30 dBmV
Modulation
256QAM
256QAM
256QAM
256QAM
256QAM
256QAM
256QAM
256QAM
Upstream
Channel Bonding Value
Index
1
2
3
4
Lock Status
Locked
Locked
Not Locked
Not Locked
Frequency
34.80 MHz
27.90 MHz
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Symbol Rate
5120 Ksym/sec
5120 Ksym/sec
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Power Level
49.00 dBmV
48.75 dBmV
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Modulation
64QAM
64QAM
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Channel ID
1
2
3
4

 



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#2 CaveDweller2

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Posted 03 December 2013 - 01:27 PM

You need to call your ISP and have them run some tests on their end. I am no expert on what the signal levels should be but in looking online yours seem to be either just out of spec or right near the top of what is acceptable. Again, this is what I am seeing from the info online.


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