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Motorola Cable Modem : Status -> Connection Back Back to Basic Page   Status Basic Router Advanced Router   Wireless Protection & Parental Control   VPN Software Connection Diagnostics Security Event Log Setup DHCP DHCPv6 LAN IPv6 DDNS Backup/Restore Options IP Filtering MAC Filtering Port Filtering Forwarding Port Triggers RIP DMZ Basic Radio WPS RADIUS WEP Guest Access Advanced WMM Scan/Bridge Firewall Basic Firewall EventLog Parental Control IPsec L2TP/PPTP Event Log Connection    eRouter        eRouter Provisioning Mode Bridge eRoute_IPv4only eRoute_IPv6only eRoute_DualMode   eRouter Provisioning Mode: eRouter Provisioning Mode defines the IP Addressing modes that your cable modem/router will accept. Options are: Bridge Mode eRoute IPv4- IPv4 only eRoute IPv6- IPv6 only eRoute Dual Mode- IPv4 and/or IPv6 Default is eRoute Dual Mode       Startup Sequence        Startup Step Status Comment Startup Step: The Startup Sequence shows steps in your Cable Modem's registration process. If your modem doesn't come online, you can often tell which step is causing a problem by noting the first step that remains In Progress .       Acquire Downstream Channel 531000000 Hz Locked Acquire Downstream Channel: The first step your cable modem takes is to lock on a downstream channel. If this step fails, it could be because there is no live coax cable connected to your modem, or because the signal is too weak or noisy to connect successfully.       Upstream Connection OK Operational Upstream Connection: The next step is to establish an upstream connection. If this step fails, it could be because the quality of the cable connection is marginal. (This step is sometimes referred to as the Connectivity State. This reflects negotiation of upstream frequency, time slot, synchronization for Forward Error Correction framing, and similar items.)       Boot State OK Operational Boot State:       Configuration File OK d11_m_mg7550_silver_c01.cm Configuration File: In the next step, your cable modem receives a configuration file from the network. This file configures your cable modem for the service level that you subscribe to. If this step fails, it could be because there is a problem with your account.       Security Enabled BPI+ Security: Finally, your cable modem exchanges tokens with your service provider to protect your Internet traffic. It is rare for this step to fail.       Connection Status        System Up Time 1 days 00h:16m:30s   System Up Time: How long your cable modem has been connected to the Internet.       Network Access Allowed   Network Access: Network Access indicates whether your cable company lets you access the Internet. If you are connected but do not have access to the Internet, there may be a problem with your account.       Downstream Bonded Channels   Downstream Bonded Channels: Your cable modem is capable of connecting over multiple channels at the same time. When at least two channels are connected, this is called channel bonding. The Downstream Channel List shows the connection status of each channel, including indicators of connection quality. Channel bonding enables faster download speeds, and it also helps to smooth out spikes in traffic by spreading them across multiple channels.       Channel Lock Status Modulation Channel ID Freq. (MHz) Pwr (dBmV) SNR (dB) Corrected Uncorrected 1 Locked QAM256 1 531.0 -3.3 37.2 0 0 2 Locked QAM256 2 537.0 -3.5 37.9 0 0 3 Locked QAM256 3 543.0 -3.9 39.8 0 0 4 Locked QAM256 4 549.0 -4.3 39.6 0 0 5 Locked QAM256 5 555.0 -3.9 39.7 0 0 6 Locked QAM256 6 561.0 -4.0 39.8 0 0 7 Locked QAM256 7 567.0 -3.5 40.0 0 0 8 Locked QAM256 9 579.0 -3.4 40.1 0 0 9 Locked QAM256 10 585.0 -3.4 40.1 0 0 10 Locked QAM256 11 591.0 -3.2 40.2 0 0 11 Locked QAM256 12 597.0 -3.2 40.2 0 0 12 Locked QAM256 13 603.0 -3.3 40.2 0 0 13 Locked QAM256 14 609.0 -3.5 40.1 0 0 14 Locked QAM256 16 621.0 -3.5 40.0 0 0 15 Locked QAM256 19 639.0 -3.1 40.0 0 0 16 Locked QAM256 20 645.0 -2.7 40.2 0 0 Total             0 0    Upstream Bonded Channels   Upstream Bonded Channels: Similar to downstream channel bonding, upstream channel bonding enables faster speeds. Upstream channel bonding also helps to smooth out spikes in traffic by spreading them across multiple channels. The Upstream Channel List shows the connection status of each bonded channel, including indicators of connection quality.       Channel Lock Status Channel Type Channel ID Symb. Rate (Ksym/sec) Freq. (MHz) Pwr (dBmV) 1 Locked ATDMA 57 5120 36.5 50.5 2 Locked ATDMA 58 5120 30.1 50.3 3 Locked ATDMA 59 5120 23.7 49.8 4 Locked ATDMA 60 5120 17.3 49.0    Downstream Frequency Setting        Downstream Frequency Select    Downstream Frequency Setting: If your service provider tells you to do so, enter a Downstream Frequency value here, in Hz.       Network WAN Connection        IPv4 Address   IPv4 Address: Assigned to your cable modem/router by your cable provider. The assignment is referred to as a Lease. IPv4 is an earlier style of IP Address. Your cable provider may assign an IPv4 Address, an IPv6 Address, or both.       Time Since Lease D: 03 H: 21 M: 28 S: 50   Time Since Lease: Time since an IP Address was leased.    Format: Days Hours Minutes Seconds       Lease Expiration Time Sat Jan 28 14:57:44 2017 Lease Expiration Time: Time from the current time at which the lease for an IP Address will expire.    Format: Days Hours Minutes       IPv6 Address fe80::240:36ff:fe43:ee41/64 IPv6 Address: Assigned to your cable modem/router by your cable provider. The assignment is referred to as a Lease. IPv6 is a newer, longer style of IP Address. Your cable provider may assign an IPv4 Address, an IPv6 Address, or both.      2001:558:6040:32:450a:e51a:d9b:69cf/128    MAC Address MAC Address: The MAC Address (physical address) of your cable modem/router's cable connection.       IPv6 DNS Servers 2001:558:feed::1 IPv6 DNS Servers: The addresses of any IPv6 DNS servers that your cable modem/router is configured to use.    2001:558:feed::2       WAN Connection Type DHCP   WAN Connection Type: The WAN Connection Type for cable modems in North America is almost always DHCP. This means that your service provider leases an IP Address to your cable modem/router.                   IPv4 DNS Servers    IPv4 DNS Servers: Domain Name Servers (DNS Servers) translate web addresses such as www.motorola.com into IP Addresses such as 144.189.100.66. Most cable service providers will supply your cable modem with a list of DNS servers. If you prefer, you can supply your own, below.       Obtain Automatically from MSO Enabled Disabled   Obtain Automatically from MSO: This selection is Enabled by default. When Enabled, the DNS Servers assigned by your cable service provider are displayed grayed out below. Disable this selection if you want to enter your own choice of DNS Servers. When you disable this selection, the DNS servers will not be grayed out.       Primary DNS . . .   Primary DNS: Address to which Domain Name queries are sent.       Secondary DNS . . .   Secondary DNS: Address to which Domain Name queries are sent if the Primary DNS server doesn't respond.    -->
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