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    what does this mean

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      Re: what does this mean

      In what way? Those are router stats and show the current conditions on your setup between the router/ modem and Sky equipment at the exchange. If you need specifics then you may need to be a bit more specific in the question, do you want more information on a certain part of the stats?

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      Re: what does this mean

      The figure in the minus

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      Re: what does this mean

      A negative value is never a good sign, have you got a test socket you can check against or maybe a new filter?

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      Re: what does this mean

      Quote Originally Posted by PaulSky View Post
      A negative value is never a good sign, have you got a test socket you can check against or maybe a new filter?
      i appears the disappears within seconds

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      Re: what does this mean

      Do you have a problem with your connection?

      If not, don't worry, probably just a blip. The router has been known to show a power of 99999999db before.

     

     

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