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Overloaded Nodes?

So I play a online game called league of legends and every other game I play works fine however I have been getting really bad lag spikes lately.I have been working with the Games Support Staff and have done everything I can to fix my issue so the trouble shooting has brought me over here.


I ran some trouce routes using a program they provided me called WinMTR and ran the program during the times I have been experiecing the issue they stated from the results that there appears to be overloaded nodes which I can proivded 

Nodes: cpe-72-177-224-1.satx.res.rr.com and tge0-0-1.snaxtx4202h.texas.rr.com. I also have the file which I can provide as well of the results. I was told to reach out to the NOC staff to see if I can get this resolved.... so here I am.Thanks again for all taking the time to read. 

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Expert

Re: Overloaded Nodes?

Copy and paste the modems signal level and error log pages, don't reset th modem, need to see real history'

 

Participant

Re: Overloaded Nodes?

Sorry late reply my schedule various when it comes to my work schedule, so what exactly do you want me to post? And how would i grab the signal levels coming from my modem ? I have the trace routs on a notepad file that I can copy and paste. 

Expert

Re: Overloaded Nodes?

go to 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.100.1

 

Participant

Re: Overloaded Nodes?

So you want me to loginto my modem? afterwords what would you like for me to get. Sorry if my replies seem sporadic like I mentioned my work schedule sucks sometimes. 

Expert

Re: Overloaded Nodes?

Copy and paste the modems signal and log pages...

 

Participant

Re: Overloaded Nodes?

Here you go not sure if this is what you are looking for.
I went to Trouble shooting>Logs>System logs. The modem that I have is a Technicolor Modem.


 

System Logs:Last week

Time Priority Description

Sat Aug 20 10:02:34 2016 Critical (3) Started Unicast Maintenance Ranging - No Response received - T3 time-out;CM-MAC=70:5a:9e:6f:70:88;CMTS-MAC=00:17:10:87:2b:4c;CM-QOS=1.1;CM-VER=3.0;

Sat Aug 20 10:02:13 2016 Critical (3) Http login:admin from IP address 192.168.0.3

Sat Aug 20 09:46:08 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 157 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 20:07:57 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 149 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 19:37:47 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 157 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 19:07:36 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 149 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 18:52:32 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 157 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 18:37:24 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 153 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 18:22:16 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 149 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 18:07:11 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 153 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 17:37:03 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 149 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 17:06:56 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 153 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 16:06:38 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 149 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 15:51:32 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 153 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 15:36:25 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 149 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 15:06:14 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 153 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 14:21:00 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 149 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 14:05:56 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 153 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 13:50:47 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 149 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 13:20:39 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 153 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 12:35:26 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 149 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 12:05:15 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 153 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 11:50:09 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 149 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 11:35:01 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 153 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Fri Aug 19 11:19:55 2016 Notice (6) WiFi Interface [wl1] set to Channel 149 (Side-Band Channel:N/A) - Reason:INTERFERENCE

Expert

Re: Overloaded Nodes?

First issue is the wireless issues that filled up the log...

 Turn wireless off for the 5 gHz band...

 set DHCP start to 192.168.0.100 instead of 192.168.0.2

Still need to see the signal level pages

 

Participant

Re: Overloaded Nodes?

Gotcha.Where would I find the signal levels? Under which tab? Also does having the 5ghz signal interfear with my hardwire equipment? 

Expert

Re: Overloaded Nodes?

Yes, the constant resets in either 2.4 or 5.8 gHz will affect your ethernet connections as they try to reset the modem. If you don't need wireless, turn it off.

go to 192.168.100.1 or 192.168.0.1 for modem status/error/signal pages.