you think we will get native ipv6 again soon?
@arrago From what i've heard, looks like something messed up the native IPV6 in firmware 184.108.40.206 so they've disabled it for the time being. The problem HAS been fixed in firmware 220.127.116.11 but since people are still getting the upgraded modem at firmware 18.104.22.168, they decided to wait. Once all CODA-4582 modems have been updated to the latest confirmed firmware, they can finally enable native IPV6 on our routers.
When that will be, who knows. Last update I saw from @RogersDave was about a month ago, and it was noted on the very first post that they were working on something within a couple of weeks.
Thank you kindly for your reply.
I'm using the black dot version, and 2.4Ghz is already shut down as i'm using it in Bridge mode.
I'm not connected to a VPN, and on the 1gbit plan. I will definitely swap it with one of those modems if available and hopefully have these issues resolved.
Ok, the only question is whether or not there is any restriction for gigibit plans that ony allows the CODA-4582. The CGNM-3552 is the next candidate for that plan but again, what restrictions are there, if any? The Rogers store staff should be able to answer that.
Can you log into the modem, navigate to the STATUS .... DOCSIS WAN page, copy the downstream and upstream tables and paste them into a post, just to see where the signal levels are? That copy and paste process will paste in the text data from the tables. If the modem and router are close together, even with the additional shielding over the Docsis Tuner, I would run an experiment, and that is to shut down the 2.4 Ghz on the router and then reboot the modem to see what impact if any that the router wifi might have on the modem.
@gp-se Thanks for the help. I didn't realize that I was missing so many of these channels. A Rogers tech came over about an hour ago to swap out the modem and make sure my signals were okay.
I now have the Black Dot version of the modem from Rogers which seems to have fixed the issue so far. One thing I did notice though is that my firmware is only 22.214.171.124 and has not been updated to the latest firmware it should be on which i believe is 126.96.36.199. Not a huge deal I guess since it's working so far, i'll just wait for it to be pushed to the latest firmware eventually.
I'm glad the modem swap fixed the issue, after 24-48 hours you'll be on the latest firmware (.19-public, .23-beta)
Annnnnd... like clockwork on .23 less than 6 hours after a reboot the previously stable signal strength jumps up to +10's. and download speed goes in the crapper.
Pppplllllllleeease put me back to .19... or pop in with some sort of update.
This is ugly.
I will add that this was after a factory reset as well.
Ok.. So i have narrowed down the issue and found out my speeds are back to 900Mbps down / 40mbps UP between 1.30AM - 8.30AM everyday !!!
So when i run Speed test at 1.30AM - 8.30AM every day, my speeds are back to 900mbps/40mbps up while rest of the hours its stuck at 400Mbps ..
Is this due to Network Congestion ? My area is still on DOCSIS 3.0
@Datalinkso my modem just rebooted on its own once again so after It came back on I logged in to modem and I noticed the WAN Time was reseted but it's showing modem LAN time has been on for 1 day and 1 hr
Updated modem just rebooted again this time wan and Lan time is the same , wonder if theres any work being done
SYNC Timing Synchronization failure - Loss of Sync
DHCP RENEW WARNING - Field invalid in response v4 option
Received Response to Broadcast Maintenance Request, But no Unicast Maintenance opportunities received - T4 time out
B-INIT-RNG Failure - Retries exceeded
MIMO Event MIMO: Stored
No Ranging Response received - T3 time-out
those are just some of error codes i,m getting