All of you reported experiencing speed degradation over time (somewhere between 30 minutes to 12 hours). One question asked by Hitron is if this degradation occurs only using a Wired connection or if it occurs on both WiFi and Wired?
Also, did any of you run firmware version 220.127.116.11 or 18.104.22.168 for a couple of days without experiencing this issue (was it introduced by 22.214.171.124)?
In my case, the speed degradation occured in both wired and wireless connections. Also, it occurred after 24hrs, not before. This only occurred on firmware 126.96.36.199. Prior to that i had firmware 188.8.131.52.
BTW, I had firmware 184.108.40.206 pushed to me this afternoon and I can report that wireless connections appear to be slower in both 2.4 & 5G. I'm going to try changing channels on both and see if there's any improvement. Wired connections haven't improved. I'm still getting in the 450-510mbs DL and 20-30mbs UL. So, still well below what I should be getting on the gigabit plan.
Wanted to report a minor issue that's been there since the first version (.13). In bridge mode, the LAN Receiving/LAN Sending counters seem to be horribly broken. If they are intended to work the same way as on the CGN3s, then it should basically be counting all traffic to/from your LAN, i.e. everything that goes through the modem. It's not. e.g. right now it's showing 54MBytes when I just downloaded 1.8 gigs in the last 10 minutes...
It occurs with both wired and wireless connections - I currently have firmware 19 and still have the problem, but don't know what version I had previously. All I know is that I didn't have the problem until I first picked up the new modem on Dec 18 ...
... I forgot to mention that the download speed drops to 1-2 Mbps after about 6 hours - pretty consistently ...
I did not tracked specifically with .13 or .14 but it is my anecdotal recollection that I did not see sub-100 speeds with those versions of the software.
With .19, within the context of my previous posts the speed dropped precipitously from 300s to 30s within a half hour of active internet activity only on the wired connection. I did not do any wifi speed tests at the time.
I am still on .19 and have not seen a speed drop off since a reboot Monday noon. In fact I just did some speed tests earlier this evening and it was the best D and U speeds I've seen with CODA at around 600/25, and ping/jitter were sub-10 as well.