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Are these Network channels normal


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Untitled-4.jpg I have had low speeds lately and want to know if these channels are running low.
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Those numbers don't seem to be that bad.

Downstream SNR and power levels are fine, upstream are well within specs as well. This looks like a DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem using 8 bonded downstream channels and 4 bonded upstream. I would question why one of the upstream channels seems to be not working at the moment.

Who is your provider and what metrics are you using to determine your "slow" speeds? What are the speeds promised by your ISP? Have you made any infrastructure changes recently that could be impacting your network?

Let us know the answers to the above questions so that we can see if there may be other issues that cause causing the problems. If nothing else, I would open a ticket with your ISP for the speeds and the possible upstream channel loss.
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I have comcast internet with blast i am promised 25-30 mbps down and 5-7 up. Im just not getting it take a look http://www.speedtest.../2423089087.png
I have someone coming out from comcast soon.
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