I dont have any splitters. I have a homerun from the hut, to the house box, and to the modem. I did the cabling from the box to the modem, and the line from the hut were recently replaced. All tested clean.
Not sure about Glenvee, but Im on K-node best I recall.
you guys can compare hop 2 & 3 on tracert's to see how "close" you are
25 miles has to be different nodes... they won't bridge fiber optics
If they end up in the same physical head end building, it looks like the ingress is in that building in one or more racks.
Nothing surprises me, the head end I go thru is 40 yeares old and is a mess due to the 3 different cable system owners.
Im on 126.96.36.199 at hop 2, hop 3 is 188.8.131.52, hop 4 is 24.28-253.32 and the hops after that are outside the triad.rr.com.
Hop 3 address is a .gnboncsg. address too. My guess is we're close.
Hop 2: cpe-45-36-240-1.triad.res.rr.com [184.108.40.206]
Hop 3: cpe-45-36-240-1.triad.res.rr.com [220.127.116.11]
Hop 4: cpe-174-111-071-225.triad.res.rr.com [18.104.22.168]
Hop 5: 22.214.171.124
not close but the 126.96.36.199 hop is probably in the same building.
If this is a head end issue, it would be RF in the building that hop 2 is.
TWC has hidden all those addresses in whois...
many were listed in the wrong state,
No, It would be tropospheric ducting and it's too early to occur. But, when prime time busy'y things up, All the bad and marginal connections add up crippling the node