Been running the device in bridge mode for quite some time now and was able to access it just fine at the 192.168.100.1 address to check logs. LAN is 192.168.1.0/24. Running pfSense and no changes have been made in months but all of a sudden a few weeks ago, I can no longer access the CODA.
If I run a persistent ping, it will succeed every 50th time or so. Also every now and then, I am able to get to the login screen for the CODA but no further. So it has SOME access, but not enough to login completely.
Signed up to report identical issue:
Modem interface stops responding after a while. When that happens pings tend to fail:
--- 192.168.100.1 ping statistics ---
50 packets transmitted, 1 received, 98% packet loss, time 49642ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 3.425/3.425/3.425/0.000 ms
A modem reboot solves the issue for an hour or six, then we're back to timeouts and lost pings.
Troubleshooting so far:
-Tech support sent 'a new signal' from their end?
-Factory reset of modem
We're also suffering from daily disconnects, which is why we want to log into the modem.
Welcome to the Rogers Community Forums!
I know how important it is to be able to have consistent access the modem admin settings to manage your wireless network.
We have been advised that this issue has been escalated to our vendor to review and work on a fix. They have not provided us with an ETR at this time.
Thanks so much for joining our community and posting your concern.
So this is a known issue, and it's also been broken for several months? I'm no longer able to access the admin page via 192.168.100.1 for my CODA 4582U in bridged mode. I'd really like to see this issue get fixed, it's pretty important to be able to access it.I have rebooted my modem and 192.168.100.1 is now working as expected in bridged mode. The interesting thing is, 192.168.100.1 would only respond to like 1 out of every 50 pings - I checked after a few minutes and I had 98% packet loss. That was really weird.
I think whatever vendor issue there was has been resolved.
Give it a while, it'll stop responding. Unless you did in fact get pushed a new firmware, I'm not seeing my router fixed. In fact, lately, I've had to power cycle it much more frequently. It works for a while after the power cycle, but then the web gui is unresponsive as usual.
Yep you're right, it does require power cycles for the admin page to work. I thought the issue was that it was completely inaccessible no matter what.
If it were completely inaccessible no matter what, this would be a really high priority issue IMO but since a power cycle fixes it, it's not as big of a deal.
Still annoying though, would love to see this fixed.
After Rogers support pushed out a software update to my modem its login page no longer loads, and after a reboot (that doesn't resolve the customer login page issue) the modem stops responding to ping after it's been up for about 10 minutes.
Rogers support and the techs they send to your home have been completely useless in resolving this issue, the modem has been replaced several times and has not resolved the issue. I currently have a monitoring thicket open for the past 5 days and they still haven't done anything!
My name is Corey and I'm here to offer some support with regards to your unresponsive firmware access.
Would you mind just sharing with us the model of your modem so that we know which hardware we're working with?
I was briefly able to get access to the admin console on the modem. Support pushed out software 184.108.40.206 to my modem. I believe this is the latest version available which clearly doesn't address the bridge mode login issue. These modems were much more stable under earlier software versions.
Yeah, I'm pretty surprised how much the software quality has dropped. Like I don't necessarily expect a ton from my modem, but being able to log in is pretty important and it would be nice if logging in was fully reliable, as it should be.
@stepy2015 fwiw I'm running a 4582 with firmware version 220.127.116.11, in Bridge mode. My current LAN Up Time is 042 days 06h:29m:42s I'm still at a loss to explain why some customers have problems logging into the 4582 when its in Bridge mode.