Is it possible to have this 126.96.36.199 pushed through to my modem CGN3-ACSMR that I had recently been upgraded to. I currently have 188.8.131.52T6. Also my IPv6 is no longer enabled and it was when I had the regular CGN3.
@JohnBeaudin - The 5GHz issue which was found meant that version of code was shelved. The cause was identified and will be patched in the next version, which we are expecting to have towards the end of the month. Once it's delivered we will put it through its paces and then hopefully be able to share it here to get your feedback.
Thanks Ian, will you enable D3.1 on the upstream with that update later on?
All is fixed, turned out to be my Linksys router not picking up IPv6 anymore. Connected directly to modem.
Found out I forgot to put new modem in bridge mode to have Linksys detecting the IPv6 so all is good with Linksys router.
any word on new firmware for the CODA coming soon?
I've had some more instability lately. i moved the modem closer to the demarc, which gets stronger signals. this seems to solve some docsis/cable network instability.
unfortunately the wifi is a bit weaker/slower, because 5ghz isn't great at going through walls/floors. the demarc is downstairs in a closed room.
there's also an issue where the modem itself just freezes. I checked and it has a very very old version of dnsmasq, with bugs, security vulnerabilities and memory leaks. to combat this, I'm turning off the DNS proxy feature and just using the rogers dns servers.
to check dns server version information use this command line in windows. not every server will return info, but the CODA does.
nslookup -type=TXT -class=CHAOS -debug version.bind
Last firmware update on the CODA was on 184.108.40.206T6 (October 23, 2018)
I hope we will have some good news soon about the new firmware and possibly what direction Rogers is going with the internet service, (Staying with coax for a while or going full fibre?)