@kibosh It's normal for Rogers to update a small number of customers first, then roll out the update in waves.
Rogers can (and has) rolled out an update to all customers en masse on a few occasions, but I think they would only do that if they deemed it to be a very critical update and/or they were very confident that the release does not contain any major regressions.
Understood but I am referring to the fact that there is apparently already a 4.2p9s1 and I haven’t even received 4.2p8s1
Yeah, I agree that this would most likely be indicative of problems with 4.2p8s1.
I'm still on 4.0p15s2, and am quite happy to let others be the first to test. 🙂
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.
Yup I ended up sending a PM to @CommunityHelps and they do need to make a change to my account to resolve the issue.