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Why so many outages?
I have a very basic residential setup. One cable modem (Spectrum) and one wireless router. I enrolled in OutagesIO online monitoring to see what info it could provide on the many short outages I am experiencing. Well, the monitoring is very active! I am finding many outages of 10 sec to 2.5 minutes that seem to be grouped in the morning and then early afternoon, daily. The outage is sometimes preceded by a period of noticeably slower internet speed. Spectrum says "not me!" of course.
My question is this: when the monitoring identifies "Provider" as being the location of the outage, does that include the modem, or is the modem considered part of the local network? Thank you.
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To properly answer this, could you share your agent ID so I can take a look first.
Hi, I created your own post so it does not get lost in the other persons post.