As some of you have guessed we don't have much to share on the firmware front.
Code for CODA-4582 is still in the testing phase, we need a reliable build to support OFDMA. Once we have that we will definitely share it here with the community and look for your feedback.
On the AC side of devices we have begun the roll out of 126.96.36.199 to our customers. This is the version we shared with this community a few months ago.
Just doing my Monthly check-in, forum has been dead for the last month.
Is there any progress towards D3.1 upstream?
I agree way to quiet. No new firmware updates no news on D3.1 upstream... who knows if the CODA will continue into the future? New modem coming?
Seems like the forum is completely dead, wish we had some insight like we used to have before, I really miss the RogersDave era it was amazing.
Indeed not the same as before.....updates were provided and issues addressed. Gig Speed used to be 1G/50MB.. Up was always close to 50...now max at 30.... while Down usually swings greatly... between 250 - 800GB. Complains get fixed for a while and then you go through same routine again every couple months. Lately HGS (Rogers Technical Outsourcing group - Hinduja Global Solutions) tries to resolve speed issues remotely, which works for while and until speeds degrades again, etc. Speed Consistency remains a major issue. Now the recommended speed test is to use Netflix FAST.com. The Coda 4582 is aging and maybe time for Rogers to allow customers to use their own Cable Modems. Has anyone tried to use Netgear's Orbi Cable modem (CBK40) and successfully installed a hi-speed Mesh network. Seems technology is evolving in this direction. I know Rogers Ignite Wall-to-Wall internet uses Amazon's Eero Mesh ....but it would be nice to have a choice.
I'd love to have that answer as well..
Now in the meantime Ignite TV will be released on August 21 in N-B , Can I get that modem instead of the CODA, it can't be worst, I have to reboot 5-6 times a day every single day, and I contacted rogers support often and I am on my 4th or 5th CODA modem already.