When I was using Rev 1A with 126.96.36.199T03, I came across wifi problems on 4582U. I have a recent post from few days ago regarding this.
Following to one of your peers recommendation I have replaced my router to a Rev 2A and since things seems to work flawless even on 188.8.131.52T03. Is there any chance the bug fix is intended for Rev 1A only ?
@Datalink its actually a browser called Maxthon... been using it on all my devices since 2007. Exclusively.
I mean, i have edge and chrome installed, but only to check once and a while if anything is different on a site not loading quite right, usualy not, I've had great success with it. I dont want to sound like a commercial for it, but its always been there for me.
I have checked with chrome and gotten similar results to Maxthon, but Ill be honest, I dont think I have ever opened Edge on this or on any computer, ever, lol, not since IE5 atleast. lol But Ill give her a shot tomorrow and see what happens
I am still trying to get up to speed so haven't had a chance to go to far back but I did see your last post about the TV Wi-Fi issue; not sure if that was the issue you were referring to.
As for the fix delivered in 184.108.40.206T03; that was for all CODA devices it was not hardware specific. It resolved a bug where users were unable to authenticate to their Wi-Fi networks.
Just got the 220.127.116.11T11 update and I'm struggling to get past 500Mbps download. I'm on the Gigabit package and haven't had issues before the update. Tried resetting all my equipment but still having the same issue.
Edit: Looks like I just had to restart my PC. Everything working fine now, false alarm.
Did you call into support to exchange the modem or go to a Rogers store?
I too have one of the 4582U with 28T firmware (Hardware revision 1A).
No, I didn't lose any channel with firmware version 33T11 (Coda 4582 revision A1). I'm not able to run the DSLReports test though, I get an error at the that says network error getting grades. Other than that the firmware is stable and there are definite improvements in latency and download/upload rate over .28T2.
Has any progress been made towards the enhancement request of enabling read-only SNMP access to the modem metrics?
I suspect that this would be of great benefit to those of us who have the ability to use this information and may also be helpful in detection of gradually degrading link quality by capturing long-term data.
Looking to understand how the 18.104.22.168T11 code soak is going?
Would like to understand if anyone has run into any Wifi or other challenges with this code.
So far there have been a few notes shared that we are looking into but wanted to know if there is anything else that may not have been shared yet.