Question No internet access

Dor5Dor

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Hey, so i have a pretty strange problem with my internet, it works good most of the day. But when the night comes my internet stops working all the night. I tried talking with my ISP about it. They had no clue how to fix it, a technician came to my house while my internet worked. Said he fixed it but still same results. Im pretty lost because of it. Don't know what could be the problem.

Sorry for my english. Not my native language.

errors im getting while the internet not working over and over



Please share me with everything you have in mind that can help me resolve it
 
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Dor5Dor

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System specs plz and is this your wifi failing or ETHERNET?
I5 6600K
GTX 1070
SEASONIC 620W
16gb ram

And ethernet.

Forgot to mention, wifi is not working too.
Also it looks like the lights on the router doing some kind of reset every minute. But dont succed. Like its blocked.
 

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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU RESET YOUR MODEM/ROUTER ie POWER DOWN POWER BACK UP?
It powers like it should be. Download and upload lights works together. But when the @ starts blinking all the lights shut down and it repeat itself over and over for 12 hours.
 

shknawe

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It sounds like it is your company's end that is messing up. If your modem works during the day then not at night then back on during the day it is the company's fault. Call for another tech, they should check the line, cable, and outlet connection. along with the power upstream and downstream at night.
 
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This indicates there is a problem with the connection between your house and the ISP.

There is another screen that shows the powerlevels. You can look those up to see what the recommended values. It is a rather large table so I will not post it here it depend on what type of docsis and number of channels your ISP is using.

I bet your upstream power is going to be too high. This generally means the ISP is having trouble hearing your modem and told it to increase to maximum value.

There is little you can do about this. It is not likely a problem in your house. You should of course check all the cables to make sure they are all tight and no water or dirt has gotten into the connectors but after that the ISP needs to come out and check. Those messages on your modem are generally sent to the ISP so they should be able to see them.
 

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