Hello @Datalink and others
I am hoping someone can help me with this observation. I was running some port scans and notice that the following ports are not filtered/stealth:
22 CLOSED ssh
23 CLOSED telnet
80 CLOSED http
135 CLOSED DCE Endpoint Resolution
443 CLOSED https
445 CLOSED Microsoft Directory Service
1723 CLOSED pptp
Is there a way to filter these requests so that the ports behave the way the others do?
Most likely these ports are open for Rogers to manage the modems. The IP addresses allowed to access these ports are limited to Rogers infrastructure addresses. Since your port scans' source address is not part of Rogers, they appear as open but, "closed", due to no access available from the source address. (packets are not returned to the source address)
I am still sitting at 184.108.40.206T3. Is there anything else other than enrolling I should do to get 220.127.116.11T03 ?
It has been few weeks now and I come across wifi auth bug in particular on 5ghz band
I have enabled use of DFS 5ghz spectrum range on CODA -4582U for testing and observed a slowdown.
My PC seems to be not impacted from this however it appears that my smart tv where it used to be able to connect ~100mbps is now barely reaching to ~10mbps.
Is this drawback expected on DFS range or is this a bug with the firmware ?
@vulture, the upper 5 Ghz channels run a maximum of 1 watt for output power, the lower channels run either 50 or 200 milli-watts, depending on when any given device was approved by Industry Canada. The DFS channels are restricted to 250 mw. So, the end result of using either the lower channels or DFS channels is a reduced range from the modem or router, compared to what you would see with channels 149 to 165.
Very gratfefull for the WIFI atuh fix, but now TT03 is lagging hard...
I for 3 straight days, I cant get a successfull speed test on Ookala......
Getting "socket error" on the upload test, but interestingly, its only after the download is successfull and the upload hits about 22 Mbps, then it just dies, completely.... Im guessing this is why I cant even upload documents to my services and get my work down, and why every game I try on my Xbox is like pulling teeth just to login and I never end up online
Can someone look into whats going on here?
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We should run some tests on our end before we make a judgement call as to whether or not this is firmware related.
@RogersCorey acctually no, i havnt been able to play any games, PC or Xbox, at least not in any stable fashion, since I got the CODA modem last year!!
I've even gone as far as upgrading last year to 250Mbps and now to 1.0Gbps and I STILL barely get a stable connection anywhere, even netflix.
Example... If my desktop, wired cat6e, about 10ft cable between modem and computer, is running... Windows 10, 16GB ram, 1Gbps network card and connection status... anyways, if Im watching Netflix on it, I CANNOT get online for more than a few min anywhere, esspecially my Xbox One S, also cat6e wired but on a 75ft line..... just will start too buffer in netflix, or start connecting to a game such as Fort Nite and once it gets going, into the show or game, ill get maybe 5min before it dropps and im booted from the game server or netflix just stops and begins buffering again, somtimes for a while and then comes back grainy for upto 3min after.
Whenn it comes to my upload errors on my pc as I posted before, strange thing is, after 3 days of getting that error on EVERY test i ran on speedtest.net, as soon as I posted it here, about 10min later I did another one, and it was fine, my upload hit 32Mbps and hasnt crashed.
Now im noticing im maxing out my download speeds, only getting about 450Mbps on anything I try, and even my cell phone, the newLG V30, has a network card capable of 750Mbps and I can only get about 250 on 5Ghz standing like 6ft from the modem, my desktop maxing at 450 and my Xbox getting abuot the same as my cell phone! and again, its got cat6e direct line..... Not to begin to even mention the wifi auth failures that have mostly been resloved, but im still noticing the occational forced dropp off and getting auth error on auto reconnect and having to wait and disable network cards and reboot the modem to fix it.
I guess where Im going with this is... could ALL of this really be a firmware issue? Isnt seem more likely the hardware itself is not up to the task, or somthing in the system is lagging down, like my local S-Hub? I mean, I realize the wifi drops are probaly firmware or somthing not being able to handle a DCHP renewaly or somthing correctly, but the speeds coming in on cabled connections should be nearly unrestriced for me now and Im not seeing ANY improvement since I had the Rocket Modem and 100Mbps