I just did a factory reset using through 10.0.0.1 and set everything back up from scratch, however it still shows ignitewifi.rogers.com to make changes to devices. I don't have the Ignite App installed, and I also didn't visit ignitewifi.rogers.com after performing the reset.
For some reason, the back-end systems seem to be slow in picking up changes in the XB6's state. Another user reported disabling bridge mode on the XB6 but the back-end also did not pick up on this, at least not immediately. I don't know whether this is a bug or expected behaviour.
FYI, if you don't need and/or don't want the Ignite WiFi Hub back-end to be active and controlling your XB6, Rogers can disable it on your account.
It turns out they cannot disable it from the back end and I am stuck using the Web GUI and App to make changes. I hate having to use two different things to make changes, I rather have all my settings in one place (the Web GUI).
Does the new firmware update on the technicolor XB6 Rogers hub prevent wi-fi settings from being modified? I verified that my hub has the latest update and haven't been able to modify my wi-fi settings. (wi-fi mode, channel select, channel width) I had access to modify wi-fi settings before Friday, when the update was pushed.
This new firmware update destroyed my speeds in bridge mode. I get like 100 Mbps wired from my 3rd party router now.