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status/stats for noise /SNR etc

I was recently told that I should try looking at my 'status/stats for noise /SNR etc' How do i find these? I have a U.S. Robotics USB modem. The site for them doesn't say how I can do this.
So do I goto a website and they check or something?
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status/stats for noise /SNR etc

If it's a US Robotics SureConnect USR 9106 there are details here
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If it's a US Robotics SureConnect USR 9106 there are details here


wrong model, but thanks anyhoo.
i have the 9000 series.
shellsong
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status/stats for noise /SNR etc

Have you tried to see if it works the same?
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Have you tried to see if it works the same?


Yes, it doesn't thought. Sad
shellsong
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status/stats for noise /SNR etc

I take it you can't find any Statistics or Showtime tab on the (Windows I presume) software interface
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I take it you can't find any Statistics or Showtime tab on the (Windows I presume) software interface


I wouldn't know how to do that. I'm a noob at these things.
shellsong
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status/stats for noise /SNR etc

I'm afraid I don't really know your router-- I assume from what you have said it's a USR9000 which has information on the U S Robotics website but I wasn't clear what you could really gain access to. Presumably you use Microsoft Windows like so many others (personally I use Linux) and although there were screenshots of the installation setup under Windows I couldn't tell what information you could obtain from it for diagnostic purposes.

My own router allows me to use a browser to access http://10.0.0.2 via my local area network which gives me a page where I can log in and look at or change various settings in the router memory or look at the line statistics

I would have thought that if the USR9106 used http://192.168.1.1/ then the USR9000 would have done the same-- manufacturers usually like to use the same address throughout their models
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I'm afraid I don't really know your router-- I assume from what you have said it's a USR9000 which has information on the U S Robotics website but I wasn't clear what you could really gain access to. Presumably you use Microsoft Windows like so many others (personally I use Linux) and although there were screenshots of the installation setup under Windows I couldn't tell what information you could obtain from it for diagnostic purposes.

My own router allows me to use a browser to access http://10.0.0.2 via my local area network which gives me a page where I can log in and look at or change various settings in the router memory or look at the line statistics

I would have thought that if the USR9106 used http://192.168.1.1/ then the USR9000 would have done the same-- manufacturers usually like to use the same address throughout their models


thanks for help anyway Smiley