Does the update to a newer Intel SDK fix some of the issues reported with the puma 6/7 chipsets? the CODA-4582 has a puma 7 right?
@xenoguy the 4582 is an Intel Puma 7 modem. This update will only retain the current Intel SDK. Its not the next version of the SDK for the Puma 7 modem.
The Puma 6 and 7 modems are different modems, probably the same conceptual design, but the Puma 7 uses newer generation processors. The XB6 used by the Ignite TV service is also an Intel Puma 7 modem, in this case, manufactured by Arris. The CGN3xxx (Puma 6) and 4582 (Puma 7) modems are manufactured by Hitron.
Intel has been working on both Puma 6 and 7 firmware to correct the observed problems, the bigger question is whether or not Intel has managed to solve all of the latency issues for TCP/IP, UDP and ICMP for both IPV4 and IPV6 for all of the CGN3xxx (Puma 6) modems.
Make sure any new ones follow the instructions here: http://communityforums.rogers.com/t5/Internet/Rogers-Rocket-Wi-Fi-Modem-Firmware-Trial/td-p/356671