I found this somewhere about a year ago and cannot find it now. Therefore, when I remembered how to delete my rr e-mails in mass, I thought I would document it here.
First move any e-mails that you want to keep out of your inbox.
Next, go to your manage folders and select the icon to the far left beside of your inbox (or any other folder) that looks like an upside file with papers falling out. By selecting this, you will move all of your e-mails in that folder to deleted items. Then you do the same to deleted items. Because I had so many, I had to do this multiple times as it only moved about a thousand at a time. Still this is better than 25 to 100 at a time. after each time just select the Manage Folders again and it will update the number of e-mails in the account. Took me a while to delete almost 9,000 e-mails, but I could click the button and get another task accomplished and come back to it.
When you are done, move your saved e-mails back to your inbox.
If there is a better way to accomplish this, please let me know.
There's a good reason you can't find any information yet: There are NO modems that Spectrum has tested at 1 gigabit and approved for customer purchase and install. Modem rental is part of the monthly internet service charge from Spectrum, so there is no financial incentive for you to buy your own modem unit. You CAN ask them to put their gigabit modem into bridging mode. Then go buy your own gigabit router+WiFi gateway which you will control and manage.
The information provided by @karlbeckman is correct, there are currently no modems you can purchase that are approved for Gig speeds. In areas with gig speeds available, we provide the modem in bridge mode and a router. As far as switching to a Spectrum package, it sounds like you may have been provided inaccurate information. We encourage you to visit a local store for pricing information or even explore the options available through Business Class service.
Auto Config with DHCP is the proper configuration. NO, you should NOT clone the MAC ID of the computer. Just reset the router back to its factory default settings before you connect the ethernet cable to the modem. That will also wipe the old MAC table for both the WAN and LAN ports. The computer will be discovered when you restart the router after the modem has stabilized.
You can not turn of NAT. it's what splits your single IP address from the outside internet to multiple devices in your house. TWC doesn't support multiple IP's...
Same with DMZ, it can only feed one device that must be defined by either a static IP or mac address.
That device also must have a good firewall and antivirus on it as it's open, not buffered.
Turned off Arris Firewall, DMZ, DHCP for IPv4 and v6, set to bridge mode, restart. Using Airport as DHCP and routing, port forwarding is working great, and IPs are assigning correctly over wireless and wired connections via the Airport station.
I suggest that you call BoA's electronic banking team, then tell them your story including the last IP address that you can reach.
On 4/20 you had said:
"It seems the traceroot get to ae120.access-a.sech-iad.netarch.akamai.com [126.96.36.199]
then timeout "
followed a little later by a correction:
"Nope cant connect to 188.8.131.52 "
The BoA IT folks know how to look up the owner of the failing IP address and can contact them to repair the server equipment and auto-refresh the DNS files. Good luck!
You'll have to contact your local Spectrum sales office for accurate details. The forums are primarily staffed by customer volunteers like you. We're not Spectrum employees and we don't get advance technical briefings on new service offerings or rollouts in limited geographic areas.
Oh forgot to mention that ther is a verizon (maybe not verizon not sure but I think it is) tower right down the alley like a half a block maybe, not sure the exact distance.
Get spectrum back out. The need to find the ingress point and repair/replace it.
I think those are Tmobile/AT&T freq's getting hit the hardest.
Removed Phone Modem & TV Cabeling and connected Direct to Ubee Modem.
Download now 120Mb.
Hopefully Numbers Below confirm that.
Startup ProcedureProcedure Status Comment
|Acquire Downstream Channel||555000000 Hz||Locked|
Downstream Bonded ChannelsChannel Lock Status Modulation Channel ID Frequency Power SNR Correctables Uncorrectables
|1||QAM256||555000000 Hz||1.7 dBmV||39.1 dB||0||0|
|2||QAM256||531000000 Hz||1.8 dBmV||39.1 dB||0||0|
|3||QAM256||537000000 Hz||1.7 dBmV||39.1 dB||0||0|
|4||QAM256||543000000 Hz||1.7 dBmV||39.1 dB||0||0|
|5||QAM256||549000000 Hz||1.7 dBmV||39.1 dB||0||0|
|6||QAM256||561000000 Hz||1.6 dBmV||39.1 dB||0||0|
|7||QAM256||567000000 Hz||1.4 dBmV||38.9 dB||0||0|
|8||QAM256||573000000 Hz||1.6 dBmV||39.0 dB||0||0|
|9||QAM256||579000000 Hz||1.7 dBmV||38.9 dB||0||0|
|10||QAM256||585000000 Hz||2.0 dBmV||38.9 dB||0||0|
|11||QAM256||591000000 Hz||2.2 dBmV||38.9 dB||0||0|
|12||QAM256||597000000 Hz||2.4 dBmV||38.9 dB||0||0|
|13||QAM256||603000000 Hz||2.6 dBmV||38.9 dB||0||0|
|14||QAM256||609000000 Hz||2.9 dBmV||38.9 dB||0||0|
|15||QAM256||615000000 Hz||3.2 dBmV||38.6 dB||0||0|
|16||QAM256||621000000 Hz||3.4 dBmV||38.8 dB||0||0|
Total Correctables Total Uncorrectables
Upstream Bonded ChannelsChannel Lock Status US Channel Type Channel ID Symbol Rate Frequency Power
|1||ATDMA||5120 Ksym/sec||30600000 Hz||41.0 dBmV|
|2||TDMA||2560 Ksym/sec||19400000 Hz||40.3 dBmV|
|3||ATDMA||5120 Ksym/sec||24200000 Hz||41.5 dBmV|
|4||ATDMA||5120 Ksym/sec||37000000 Hz||43.5 dBmV|
It's a tier 3 issue...
repeat service calls from multiple customers seems to be all they'll use to escalate issues at a specific server.
Call this in as a problem with the server at that IP address...
Tell them they need to send a tech there, lol...