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Re: CODA-4582 - Open Issues for Investigation

I don't wanna take this thread off topic, but you've posted this a few times now. Rogers DOES NOT do any form of traffic shaping, the speedest.net results are accurate. Different providers use different peers/routing, so the private server you used that provides maximum speed may not be peered well with Rogers and that's why you aren't seeing max speeds. Every ISP has certain routing/peering they use, so not every server will connect at full speed, and there can be high latency depending how it's routed/server location. It's always best to use a local speedtest server when testing speed, I use beanfield on the speedtest site.


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Re: CODA-4582 - Open Issues for Investigation

Got 2.0.10.20!

 

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@RogersDave

 

I got the .20 but now my our phone and TV cannot connect to 5Ghz AC. Stuck in obtaining IP.

I did reset and reboot several times

Anyone encountered the same error?

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@14N wrote:

@RogersDave

 

I got the .20 but now my our phone and TV cannot connect to 5Ghz AC. Stuck in obtaining IP.

I did reset and reboot several times

Anyone encountered the same error?


I haven't reset or rebooted yet, was just about to so I will wait! 250\20

 

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I've got the .20 update and so far wifi seems to be improved within the first 2 hours of a modem reboot. Still issues for sure but an improvement at this point in my testing.

 

I'm almost getting half of what I use to get on 250u. I'm still seeing jitter but thats probably outside modem firmware issues.

 

Edit: 3 hours after reboot speeds have come to a crawl ie 12mbps/18mbps where I usually see 330/21mbps - wifi connected

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I've primarily (only) used my modem in bridge mode, @RogersDave but other than that -- yes, it occurred on .13/.14 as I had that before I reached out to you for .18/.19/.20. I've used two separate routers (Google & Ubiquiti) and both experienced the issue. I've also encountered the issue with wi-fi off when using the modem as a gateway, non-bridged. The only scenario I haven't tested is using the modem's own Wi-Fi -- as I fail to see how that would help 🙂
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@14N wrote:

@RogersDave

 

I got the .20 but now my our phone and TV cannot connect to 5Ghz AC. Stuck in obtaining IP.

I did reset and reboot several times

Anyone encountered the same error?


I reset it through the pinhole at the back of the modem and I manually set my settings instead of restoring from backup. I can now connect to 5Ghz AC.

 

Bridge mode with TP-Link C2600 is still not working.

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I know that Rogers no longer shapes, but I wonder at how realistic the speed tests are sometimes.

 

Using both speedtest.net and the DSL Reports speed test, I've gotten anywhere between 300mbps and 750mbps down, through my router+bridged modem.

 

However, using a large Linux ISO torrent, my router's CPU would cap out at only ~39MB/sec (which is around 312 mbps)

 

I'm not sure which is the more accurate, but the torrent sustained that speed for a decent period of time where the speed tests have never been consistent twice in a row. Could be that the torrent is just stresssing my router and showing its limitations, not getting to the point where my connection might be flaky?

 

 

 


@gp-se wrote:
I don't wanna take this thread off topic, but you've posted this a few times now. Rogers DOES NOT do any form of traffic shaping, the speedest.net results are accurate. Different providers use different peers/routing, so the private server you used that provides maximum speed may not be peered well with Rogers and that's why you aren't seeing max speeds. Every ISP has certain routing/peering they use, so not every server will connect at full speed, and there can be high latency depending how it's routed/server location. It's always best to use a local speedtest server when testing speed, I use beanfield on the speedtest site.

 

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I don't think your connection is bad, the problem with torrents is depending on seeds/peers its not consistant. I think if speedtest.net shows you as getting good speeds then that is your real speed. Also there are a lot of variables: local node congestion, your computers hardware and background tasks it's running when you test speed, etc. If Rogers was "boosting/faking" speed test results then you would see a lot of people complaing about this, but I haven't heard of anyone complain about this issue. From my personal experience I'm getting the speeds I'm paying for when I download from various sources. (I'm on 1000/50) 



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@Triple_Helix wrote:

@14N wrote:

@RogersDave

 

I got the .20 but now my our phone and TV cannot connect to 5Ghz AC. Stuck in obtaining IP.

I did reset and reboot several times

Anyone encountered the same error?


I haven't reset or rebooted yet, was just about to so I will wait! 250\20

 


I did a reset and a reboot and all is working fine:

 

5GHz wi-fi band!

 

 

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