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Old January 9th 04, 04:16 PM
Dan Rather
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Default Cable Modem Question

Hello,

I have a question about the firmware in my cable modem. The test light
is lighting up and flashing very often (about every couple of days) I
contacted my cable company and they claim that Toshiba is updating the
firmware over the internet. I have no problem with this happening. My
question is that it has been going on for a week or two weeks now on
differnent days. It kind of brings paranoid thoughts to your mind. Has
this or is this happening to anyone else? Is this normal? Any input
would be aprreciated.

Thanks!
 




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