So I would be correct in saying they are having some issues.
YES! If you are below 2-3Mb on Mediacom then you have some issues...They must be having some routing issues or something. heck..if all we know they could have had something fail and they are using their slower redundancy plan to keep the users up.
I guess we will see if they get it fixed soon. Wierd that I am not having issues though.
I experienced some problems this morning here in West Des Moines. Lost my internet completely on three separate occasions. Each for about 3 or 4 minutes. It seems to be all or nothing with my service. No slowdown. I either lose the connection or don't.
I am wondering if they are having trouble with their cable infrastructure here in WDM (by Valley). I've noticed the signal on my TV cut out a lot in the last month and even was willing to let them tell me I was seeing things and give me a new router. The fact the TV will cut out and if it cuts out more than a few times in a minute my internet goes down with it tells me that they are having some issues around here.
I wish they'd solve it though. Football season is coming up!
I was wondering if it was just installation pains or not. Wessex apts just changed from ICS to Mediacom on the 1st and it's been a mess. It goes from good, too limited to no connection about every five minutes. I will say that it's been fine for the last 12hours though.
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