@soundwave80 if you haven't done it already, restart/reboot the modem. Pull the power, wait 10 to 15 seconds and plug it back in again to force a restart/reboot.
Edit: there is a reboot scheduled into a firmware update. I've always found that an additional "user initiated" reboot, at a minimum should be done. I believe that the firmware check that is included in the production firmware is turned off for trial builds, so, the factory reset might not do anything at the moment. I believe thats a recent change, but don't quote me on that on as I very rarely go back to the production firmware version. For production firmware updates, I usually ran another factory reset to ensure that the modem behaved as it should. The same idea applies to running a second reboot for trial firmware.
On 36T4 firmware with the CODA 4582, speedtests are 15ms ping 650D/30U
Prior to the trial firmware I was hitting 6ms ping 900D/30U regularly.
@X-Nemesis please read the following post, which is sitting on the same page, above your current post:
Is .36T4 now the production version of firmware for the CODA? I just got it sent today without asking.
I was on .36T4 for a brief while weeks ago, but had asked to be reverted to .34T6, which I remained on up until today.
I'm not sure if I'm in the beta program or not.
If you were on 36T4 then you are on the beta program!
Production is 34T6.
You would have asked to be on the beta program and it will be in your sent messages...