My max download never went beyond 400mbps, average 200mbs and upload was 32-34mbps and ping is below 15 ms even with the old modem non-CODA, I changed the modem to CODA on December. I never changed it to the one with black dot until a technician came to check my speed last Sunday. He changed first the modem with the black dot to check if I can go beyond 400mbps but he was not able to test the speed since the new modem could not authenticate due to issue with Roger's server. I did not change it back to my previous modem (no black dot) hoping this new modem is better. The speed still the same for 2 days and after that it went downhill even with reboot or reset speed is below 100mbps or at times below 50mbps and upload is below 2mbps, ping is 25-50ms. My previous CODA (no black dot) was much better upload is consistent at 32-34 mbps, and download is between 200-350mbps most of the time. I'll exhange the modem tonight hoping I'll get a better one. firmware is .24 and all 32 channels are okay
Just as a reminder, @lethalsniper, Dave has indicated that the node which your modem connects to suffers from congestion, so, it won't matter what modem you're running, Rogers or TPIA, you will run into the same issue. The question is, when will that be taken care of thru a node split?
As far as XBox, if that's what you're playing on, Microsoft staff have indicated in probably more than presentation, that there is no crossover between the IPV4 and IPV6 world. At a minimum, to play in the IPV6 world, if you don't have IPV6, you would have to be running Teredo Tunneling, and I thought that I had seen on a presentation that Microsoft was going to shut down the Teredo Tunneling servers, so, its going to be either IPV4 or IPV6 down the road.