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Messages - ddeerrff

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Latest News / Re: TWC Navigator/Box Updates
Friday Apr 07, 2017, 09:26:14 pm
There was some discussion about moving the record function from the box to 'the cloud'.  I too have noticed the new messages when starting a playback and it may be that the recording is no longer local. 

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Latest News / Re: TWC Navigator/Box Updates
Thursday Mar 30, 2017, 03:58:27 pm
Hey Jack.  Thought this forum was dead long ago.  Surprised to get the posting notification.

I'm on vacation, sounds like I will have at least a small learning curve when I get home. 

Derf
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Compatible or not, any modem has to be 'on the list' or there is a good chance you will not be able to get it activated.  

I'll also enter my suggestion to keep the modem and router as separate devices.
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Thanks LoadStar, that makes sense.  The work has been in the vicinity of schools and City Hall.
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General (Non-HDTV) Milwaukee TV / Cable.com work in Brookfield
Wednesday Nov 04, 2015, 10:29:54 pm
Looks like 'cable.com' is doing a lot of work in Brookfield.  It looks like they are installing yellow tubing that, I assume, will have fiber optic cables pulled through later.  I first noticed them in front or Wirth park, then they moved to in front of city hall.  Now they have their 'horizontal drilling rig' a couple blocks down the street from me.

Any idea of what is being installed?
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Milwaukee HDTV Programming / Comet is coming!
Thursday Oct 29, 2015, 03:42:02 pm
Quote from: Jimboy;60179Starting this Saturday Comet will replace Zuus Country on WCGV 24.2
http://comettv.com/

Would that be Milwaukee TWC 988?
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The DPC2100 is a docsis 2.0 modem, and only has one download and one upload channel.  (correct me if I am wrong on the number of channels).  A docsis 3.0 8x4 modem such as the motorola/arris SB6141 spreads your data over a number of channels and *can* give you more stable transfer rates.  

But no guarantees.
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Getting 17.7/1.2 on my 15/1 service.
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Latest News / TWC Navigator/Box Update
Tuesday Nov 11, 2014, 07:13:17 pm
Noticed the guide change and the indication of what is set to record.  Haven't played with anything else yet (my wife controls the TV most of the day :)) so can't comment on any change in speed or feel.
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Much better off having the modem and router separate.  If nothing else, that way you can update one without having to buy both.
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Own my own SB6141.  Modem cost me about $60 and saves me $6 a month.
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Now 8 x 4 in Brookfield.
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Thanks for checking.
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Those of you in the Milwaukee area with a TV connected to a DTA....

Is Food Channel (ch 66 and ch 151) still working for you?  

As of a a few days ago, we no longer were able to get Food on either 66 or 151.  Called TWC and the rep rebooted/reconfigured the DTA twice, and still no ch 66.  Opening the DTA menu/channel list has 66 dimmed out.  

Connected a TV directly to the cable and let it scan.  Determined that ch 66 was still there as an analog signal.  

TWC rep said she would set up a CT(?) scan, and if it still wasn't working by Thursday to call back in.
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On/Off Topic Chit-Chat / Treating well water due to Iron
Thursday Jul 31, 2014, 11:27:57 pm
I enthusiastically recommend these guys and an "Iron Curtain".  We had one for years when we had the well with a high iron content and it did the job perfectly with no maintenance - and it does not use any chemicals.

http://www.guthriefreywater.com/iron-curtains-faq.php

Can't speak for an 'all in one', but I can tell you that iron will quickly kill a standard water softener.  If you have significant iron or sulfur products in the water, you really do want that iron filter ahead of a softener.