01-23-2018 04:40 PM
Fair enough on the cable ti should say if it's UTP or STP before it shows that is it a cat 6A cable, nontheless. uyou have a good distance then.
Does your Ethernet cable run over any electircal lines and near any TVs?
I think you said you often do Factory resets of your router to try and fix you isses too?
01-23-2018 04:48 PM
Recently started doing factory resets, but was doing normal power cycles to clear cache's and what not. and no, the way I run my wire it runs into literally 0 interfence from any other electrical or any other power demanding entities.
01-23-2018 05:02 PM - edited 01-23-2018 05:05 PM
One other thing I could htink of that might help you is actually having your ONT rebooted.
Do you know where the BBU/Power Reserve for the ONT is located in your home?
If so you can manually reboot your ONT using that device.
Use Verizon | Battery Backup to detemine which one you have.
You can achieve this by pressing and holding the Alarm Slience button for 10-12 seconds.
You can achieve this by pressing and holding the ONT Reset button for 10-15 seconds.
See if this helps any. Typically it is a last resort thing, but sometimes it helps. Another option as well is seeing if you have a different Ethernet cable you can run between the ONT and the router.
01-23-2018 05:06 PM
The ethernet chord running from the router to the ONT is a brand new cat 5e.. When I get back home from University classes I'll give your solution a try, if it does work many thanks and you'll get ur credit