Yes you can. Your router makes no distinction as to the operating system being used by a connected device. Your macbook and ipads/iphones may all be made by the same company but they do not run the same operating systems. Same if you were to have a wifi connected printer, thermostat, door lock, refrigerator...
Signal levels look good but there's too many correctables/ uncorrectables since modem reset a couple hours ago... Something is corroded or loose or there's an open splitter por t or the outside line is intermittently bad.
do a reset to factory defaults. unpower and repower...
Do you have cable TV? if it's out the coax is broken.
T6= no coax or out of range levels from too many splitters.
Bypassed the upstairs tv. Modem now working Thanks!!
These techs have no clue as to what happens to the port isolation when there are bad connections on the other ports of a splitter.
The port isolation spec is only met when there's a good 75 ohm load on that port either directly or at the end of a good piece of 75 ohm coax.
just had one here install a 9 port amplified splitter and left ports open. Had him put terminators on the unused ports, he claimed they were "self terminating", lol.
Term used by the MFG was "self sealing" which means dirt and water are kept out which has nothing to do with real 75 ohm cables or loads screwed onto them.
See if the numbers stop increasing, if so, those lines/ connections were the issue
I recently moved to my new home and before I did I called Spectrum to change the service, The rep schedule the technician to come into my new home to set up the installation. For my surprise, the technician informed me that there was no cable on the side of my street to run into my home. He showed me that the closest box to my home is around 1/2 a block away but there was no cable running to the end of my street. I asked around and my neighbors told me that they signed a petition about 2 years ago but nothing was resolved. Any information on how or who to talk to about this?
You need to speak with your local cable franchising authority. I'd would tell you that it is on your bill, but since you do not have service, you don't have a bill.
I would google your town / city / county website to determine who to speak with. Otherwise, you COULD go to a block that is wired and knock on doors and ask your neighbors to help you out by them looking at their bill and telling you who the local franchise authority is.
Your local franchise authority can advise you if the cable company is required to wire a street when conditions are met, such as homes per mile, and interest in service...
yeah, because it's an all in one and you can't change it(another reason we don't advise buying an all in one.
There is no reason to change it as it prevents TWC/spectrum from accessing it.
Thanks for the response. Just to clarify, you're saying the admin pw can't be changed because it's an all-in-one? That doesn't seem to be consistent with any all-in-one cable modem/wifi router you can buy. Or is that just because I'm leasing it from TWC?
The reason to change it is to prevent a login from anyone who can use google to get the current credentials. If TWC needs to access it they could provide unique credentials to each user.
The admin login cannot be changed by the user because the network carrier must have the ability to remotely perform maintenance on the modem at all times. For a purchased modem TWC loads their security credentials into the device when you register it to your account, overwriting those of the manufacturer.
There is probably intermittent ingress of broadcast TV channels where there are skipped channels, if all your connections are tight, including the backsides of wall plates and no open splitters in line, it's elsewhere in the building. All connections must be shiny and a tad more than finger tight