So... any updates regarding this issue? I just set up the guest network and had the same issue.
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I appreciate your query. At this time, we don't have any new information to share; the fix is still under testing. In the meantime, we have found that you can usually connect to the Guest network if you try a second time after the error message is displayed. Just be sure not to close the window.
Thank you for your patience. We will appraise the Community as the fix becomes available.
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That's terrible! I completely understand you're concern. I would definitely recommend disabling the Guest Network until further notice. As indicated above we can keep the community apprised when a resolution to this issue has been implemented. I believe that by default the modem's guest network is disabled but let us know you need assistance disabling it.
Is there an update to this yet? I currently have the CODA 4582 in bridge mode to get a reliable guest network and enhanced parental controls. I would really like to "clean up" the space where these devices sit, so getting rid of the separate router would be desirable.
Is the firmware update mentioned in these posts available yet?
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I can completely understand the desire to have less equipment in your home as it can become an eyesore. Regrettably, we do not have any additional updates at this time. Once one is available we will update the Community.
Thanks for your post!
I am having the same issue with the Guest Wifi network.
I just switched from another ISP, and I thought I could setup a secured Guest Wifi network (on a separate wifi network) like before but there is no such option on the wireless settings of my Gigabit modem. 😞
Guest networks are still a problem, after months of complaints by users. Those complaints are about to be overtaken by events as Rogers is attempting to introduce a new firmware version for the 4582 modems, which includes a newer kernel. The question is, while moving to a newer kernel, did Intel fix this issue or not? Its too soon to tell as there haven't been enough modems loaded with the newer version, and that version is proving to be rather problematic at this point. Only thing I can say is to stay tuned to see what happens when trial version 220.127.116.11 is loaded on additional modems, or, see if another delay is incurred to fix any problems found with that version.
Current Firmware: 18.104.22.168T6
Guest WiFi - Gives 'only allow DHCP client to use this wireless'
I assume that I am already at the latest firmware. Any fix would be much appreciated.