@gp-se my LAN shows 23 hours up time and WAN is at 17 hours.
My 2.4 is set at AUTO (1) and 5 is at AUTO (161). when I check wireless clients the 2.4's are using 1 and the 5's are using 161. Would there be more stability in selecting channel 1, 6 or 11 specifically for 2.4 and channel option 149-153-157-161 in the 5GHz?
If we get through the night without interruption I will check wifi range tomorrow. Or I'll exchange the modem.
I used WifiInfo View but neither of my laptops show me 5g connection. I believe they are to old to handle it. Below is the info you wanted less the mac addresses. What do I do now? Note that when my one laptop was ethernet cable connected and the wifi went down it actually would not allow me to connect to the net even through the wifi on my daughters cell which is not connected to a cell network was still streaming youtube kids app.
Should i use my cell 5g connection to scan the wifi channels and post that as well? Please confirm. ty.
|SSID||PHY Type||RSSI||Signal Quality||Average Signal Quality||Frequency||Channel||Information Size||Elements Count||Company||Router Model||Router Name||Security||Cipher||Maximum Speed||Channel Width||Channels Range||BSS Type||WPS Support||First Detection||Last Detection||Detection Count||Start Time||Minimum Signal Quality||Maximum Signal Quality||802.11 Standards||Connected|
|802.11g/n||-87||21||17||2.462||11||191||14||Hitron Technologies. Inc||WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK||TKIP+CCMP||216 Mbps||20 MHz||13-Sep||Infrastructure||No||2017-07-20 23:52||2017-07-21 0:06||7||2017-07-08 5:55||15||21||802.11d/i||No|
|802.11g/n||-87||21||20.7||2.412||1||191||14||Hitron Technologies. Inc||WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK||TKIP+CCMP||216 Mbps||20 MHz||03-Jan||Infrastructure||No||2017-07-20 23:52||2017-07-21 0:10||43||2017-06-03 21:36||16||30||802.11d/i||No|
|802.11g/n||-84||26||21.7||2.437||6||191||14||Hitron Technologies. Inc||WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK||TKIP+CCMP||216 Mbps||20 MHz||08-Apr||Infrastructure||No||2017-07-20 23:53||2017-07-21 0:00||12||2017-07-17 20:10||16||36||802.11d/i||No|
|802.11g/n||-87||21||22.7||2.437||6||191||14||Hitron Technologies. Inc||WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK||TKIP+CCMP||216 Mbps||20 MHz||08-Apr||Infrastructure||No||2017-07-20 23:53||2017-07-21 0:02||9||2017-05-18 9:05||18||36||802.11d/i||No|
|BELL187||802.11g/n||-78||36||34.8||2.462||11||377||16||Sagemcom Broadband SAS||Sagemcom5250_Bell||Sagemcom5250_Bell-NQS1||WPA2-PSK||CCMP||216 Mbps||20 MHz||13-Sep||Infrastructure||Configured||2017-07-20 23:52||2017-07-21 0:10||991||2017-07-10 21:58||25||43||802.11d/i||No|
|BELL287||802.11g/n||-87||21||23.1||2.437||6||345||14||Sagemcom Broadband SAS||Sagemcom5250_Bell||Sagemcom5250_Bell-NQS1||WPA2-PSK||CCMP||216 Mbps||20 MHz||08-Apr||Infrastructure||Configured||2017-07-20 23:52||2017-07-21 0:02||9||2017-07-21 0:02||20||35||802.11d/i||No|
|Bella71||802.11g/n||-86||23||19.5||2.437||6||394||16||Hitron Technologies. Inc||APxx||HitronAP||WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK||TKIP+CCMP||216 Mbps||20 MHz||08-Apr||Infrastructure||Locked||2017-07-20 23:52||2017-07-20 23:59||59||2017-05-18 9:05||15||38||802.11d/i||No|
|Dave$ave||802.11g/n||-45||99||98.9||2.437||6||167||13||WPA2-PSK||CCMP||450 Mbps||40 MHz||12-Apr||Infrastructure||No||2017-07-20 23:52||2017-07-21 0:10||1059||2017-07-20 23:59||85||99||802.11d/i||Yes|
|Dave$ave_Ext||802.11g/n||-77||38||46.6||2.437||6||445||17||Belkin International Inc.||Linksys RE6500||Linksys Range Extender||WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK||TKIP+CCMP||300 Mbps||40 MHz||12-Apr||Infrastructure||Configured||2017-07-20 23:52||2017-07-21 0:10||1034||2017-07-21 0:00||26||71||802.11i/k||No|
|DIRECT-7E-HP Officejet 5740||802.11g/n||-84||26||26.1||2.437||6||478||15||Hewlett Packard||0||DIRECT-7E-HP Officejet 5740||WPA2-PSK||CCMP||72 Mbps||20 MHz||08-Apr||Infrastructure||Locked||2017-07-20 23:52||2017-07-21 0:10||409||2017-06-13 21:46||20||38||802.11h/i||No|
|DIRECT-A5-HP OfficeJet Pro 8710||802.11g/n||-87||21||21.9||2.462||11||429||14||Hewlett Packard||0||DIRECT-A5-HP OfficeJet Pro 8710||WPA2-PSK||CCMP||72 Mbps||20 MHz||13-Sep||Infrastructure||Locked||2017-07-20 23:52||2017-07-21 0:10||55||2017-06-12 9:46||18||30||802.11h/i||No|
|f@mily||802.11g/n/ac||-84||26||25.5||2.462||11||397||18||Belkin International Inc.||EA8500||Linksys17092||WPA2-PSK||CCMP||1733 Mbps||40 MHz||13-May||Infrastructure||Configured||2017-07-20 23:52||2017-07-21 0:10||142||2017-07-01 17:27||18||35||802.11i||No|
|MAHOUSE||802.11g/n||-90||16||17||2.462||11||234||15||Hitron Technologies. Inc||WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK||TKIP+CCMP||216 Mbps||20 MHz||13-Sep||Infrastructure||Locked||2017-07-20 23:54||2017-07-20 23:54||2||2017-05-24 2:44||16||18||802.11d/i||No|
|Rogers12345||802.11g/n||-89||18||19||2.462||11||238||15||Hitron Technologies. Inc||WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK||TKIP+CCMP||216 Mbps||20 MHz||13-Sep||Infrastructure||Locked||2017-07-20 23:52||2017-07-20 23:57||2||2017-07-08 5:55||18||20||802.11d/i||No|
|RogersC9563||802.11g/n||-89||18||20.4||2.412||1||238||15||Hitron Technologies. Inc||WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK||TKIP+CCMP||216 Mbps||20 MHz||03-Jan||Infrastructure||Locked||2017-07-20 23:53||2017-07-21 0:10||48||2017-06-03 21:36||15||28||802.11d/i||No|
|WestHam1||802.11g/n||-84||26||26.5||2.437||6||235||15||Hitron Technologies. Inc||WPA-PSK + WPA2-PSK||TKIP+CCMP||216 Mbps||20 MHz||08-Apr||Infrastructure||Locked||2017-07-20 23:52||2017-07-21 0:01||8||2017-07-17 20:10||16||38||802.11d/i||No|
I have Asus RT-68U Router and it works fine with Bell modem. I am new to Rogers cable and the modem Coda-4582. I have disabled the Gateway Resident to switch it to bridge mode. It works fine from the inside. But my VPN on the Asus does not work. I can't connect to my ASUS from outside. It must be the Rogers modem. Could someone please shed me a light? thanks.
@Raptor2148, personal opinion, I'd recommend running a factory reset on the router. That usually clears up problems when you switch modems from one ISP to another ISP. Also look at your DNS settings in the router. If you happened to have Bell's DNS set in the router, you might want to switch them for Rogers (leave the fields empty) or use Google or OpenDNS for example.
Can you also log into the modem and confirm which firmware version is loaded? Its listed as the Software Version on the Status page. That page comes up automatically when you log into the modem.
Also take note, Bell does not use IPV6. Rogers uses Native IPV6, so, if you happened to have IPV6 enabled in your router, using anything other than Native IPV6, you will have to reset the IPV6 type and change the remaining settings. Here are the IPV6 settings for the 68U, which I also run:
Connection type NATIVE
IPv6 LAN Setting
LAN IPv6 Address No entry this will fill in on its own after a router reboot where the router negotiates
with the CMTS.
LAN Prefix Length No entry this will fill in on its own after a router reboot where the router negotiates
with the CMTS.
LAN IPv6 Prefix No entry this will fill in on its own after a router reboot where the router negotiates
with the CMTS.
Auto Configuration Setting Stateless / Stateful I've tested both in the past and prefer to run stateful
as it offers more protection for IPV6 operations
IPv6 DNS Setting
Connect to DNS Server automatically Disable If this is enabled the router and connected devices
will use Rogers IPV6 DNS
IPv6 DNS Server 1 2620:0:ccc::2 (OpenDNS)
IPv6 DNS Server 2 2620:0:ccd::2 (OpenDNS)
IPv6 DNS Server 3 2001:4860:4860:0:0:0:0:8888 (Google)
Auto Configuration Setting
Enable Router Advertisement Enable
@ishine80 can you tell me which SSID is yours? When the ethernet and wifi goes down on the modem, you shouldn't be able to stream video on that other cell phone unless that phone is only using IPV4 for example, or, if the phone is connected to someone else's open wifi network. The fact that you lose the ethernet connections should indicate that the modem can't supply either ethernet or wifi networks. That's my current thinking about this. The only other possibility is that this is an IPV4/IPV6 issue, but, I'll have to reread your previous comments to see if you have IPV6 disabled. If so, then this is a modem to CMTS connection issue.
SSID is Dave$ave. Unfortunately not at home to confirm if I've got IPV6 disabled. I can verify this evening. What does it mean when you say the issue could be a modem to CMTS connection issue? Our neighbours and the school board wifi are all occupying channels 1 and 6. Later on in the evening while I was trying to play around for the tests my husbands phone and laptops were connected but I was not able to connect to wifi on my phone. Am I understanding the situation correctly that there's so many people from rogers in my area trying to make connections with Rogers that individuals are being literally kicked off the connections to accommodate the load? IF this is the case then firmware on a modem will not correct it will it? Also is it possible to have a technician finally come to check things and out confirm what we need confirmed? I'm getting to a point of not understanding on these issues.
Quick update for everybody. I just pushed code 184.108.40.206 to some of you. Based on feedback, I will continue deployment in the coming days (and will resume firmware upgrades for new participants as well).
Code 220.127.116.11 on CODA is the same as 18.104.22.168 with the following changes: