When I look at the logs on my router, I view these two points repetitively, and they seem to coincide through my connection constantly dropping...

You are watching: Dhcp warning - non-critical field invalid in response

"DHCP WARNING - Non-critical area invalid in response."

"Operating in Gatemethod mode"

Anyone understand what this is a authorize of?




When I look at the logs on my rexternal, I view these 2 things consistently, and also they seem to coincide through my link constantly dropping...

"DHCP WARNING - Non-important area invalid in response."

"Operating in Gatemeans mode"

Anyone recognize what this is a sign of?


Ignore that. That DHCP WARNING message is normal and also is from the cable modem. I obtain it all the moment too. It"s really something that cable modem technicians usage. You really shouldn"t be involved via anypoint in the Cable modem logs.

On a side note. Give me the signal levels of your cable modem. You have the right to uncover them from the same page you were in a lot of most likely.

Your downstream power level have to be between -15 and +15 dBmV.

Your upstream should be between 32 - 58 dBmV.

If your signal levels are cshed to the borderlines below, that would define why your link keeps dropping. A lot of points have the right to reason issues through your signals fluctuating, however the the majority of most likely cause is faulty splitters, leakage on the coax, and heat.


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Posted June 2, 2006

downstream: -1.4 dBmV

upstream: 33.0 dBmV

I dubbed my cable company, Roadrunner, and their level 3 technichian shelp they detected a 20% packet loss, so they are sending someone out.

Originally I tried all the speed recommendations earlier on my computer at work-related, so I figured once I got home, they would occupational below also. juniorg8.com on my computer at work is now flying super quick :-) :-) :-), but at home below I"m still acquiring link drops, so it can be somepoint wrong through the cable.

The point that puzzled me, is juniorg8.com is the only thing that triggers these drops. Otherwise, surfing the internet, downloading all kinds of stuff through Flashget, running bearshare, chat rooms, and so on, all seem to occupational fine.

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Good, obtain the packet loss watched. It could be a faulty splitter, or possibly just line leakage.

What sort of router do you have? I haven"t had actually any worries with my router: Linksys WRT54G Version 4, however because juniorg8.com opens up most relationships, it overlots the rexternal. Check the FAQ for information on it: http://www.juniorg8.com.com/faq.php#How_do_I_change_the_number_of_connections_.C2.B5Torrent_uses.3F

Also, what sort of cable modem? Motorola Surfboard? When you lose internet connection, what happens to the lights on the cable modem?


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Posted June 2, 2006

The WRT54G shouldn"t have actually any type of overloads.

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