1) How are you testing this - computer or tablet/phone, wired or wireless?
2) Are you using a separate router along with the DPC? If so, try removing it, connect a computer directly to 1 of the DPCs ethernet ports, and see if the problem persists.
3) Post a screenshot of the modem's downstream & upstream signal levels located at http://10.1.10.1/comcast_network.php
That link should work for you, so it'd odd that is isn't. Anyways, give these a try. http://192.168.100.1 or http://10.0.0.1 . As for your PingPlotter. The image is very small so I am having trouble reading it. Though, first look doesn't indicate any issues. For packet loss it needs to be carried into the additional hops to present an issue. If the other hops look good(most notably the destination) then you are good.
I just got rid of this modem and I also noticed that for some reason it would not respond to ICMP, even though the firewall was disabled on it. I'm guessing it some time of hardcoded limit in the firmware.
Hey, no problem. I can get into the modem, not seeing requested data. Also, that link doesn't work either.
You say you CAN get into the modem?
If so, then after you login you should see the Gateway "At a Glance" page. From the left-hand-side menu, navigate to "Gateway -> Connection -> WAN Status" page. If you scroll down to the bottom of that WAN Status page, you will see the signal levels.
See my attatched pics.
Hi dae2. The posted levels are all within range and all channels are locked. Additionally will you test to IP 184.108.40.206 and post your results and let me know if your PC is using DHCP or your Static IP address. If your test with a directly connected PC shows latency we can schedule a tech visit to check the coax wiring and replace the device.
Thanks to Kraze & TW for all of the leg work.
My workstation and all others (5TL) on DHCP, (2) servers on reservedIP. Looks like the hop to Pittsburg is without packet loss and max latency of 75ms. I think the last C tech here experienced a max of 380ms with his laptop, not sure of his test destination.