I have a very weird problem and am looking for any feedback.
At 3:25 pm everyday my Rogers Modem “Reboots”. After the reboot everything comes back up normally. I have tried all the usual fixes, e.g. rebooting the Ignite TV box, Power rebooting the modem and nothing seems to correct the problem. I have watched the whole process and the TV Screen has a message box saying there is no Internet Connection and then the Modem’s White Light starts to blink and then it turns orange and blinks. After this Modem comes back on line and the White Light comes back on and remains on steady. There are no further issues until 3:25 pm next day. It is so strange.
I have a Technicolor Modem (Mode lCGM4140COM) and a Rogers Supplied Eero Router and an Eero Access Point. Everything is stock I.e. nothing additional added, nor have the Factory Configurations altered.
@DavidHH When your gateway resets again, could you please log into your XB6, go to "Gateway > Connection > Rogers Network", and check the System Uptime? Did it actually just reboot or has it been up for a while?
If the modem didn't reboot but the Internet connection dropped, that would suggest that some anomaly on the Rogers network triggered a reset. If it occurs at PRECISELY the same time every day, then that would suggest some kind of automated event triggered the reset. Do you know if any of your neighbours have been affected as well?
I have seen all sorts of things that caused weird issues (equipment resets, server crashes and Wi-Fi problems, etc.) like clockwork every day: an apparent daily equipment test at a Canadian Forces base that produced a huge RF spike that kept taking down a server; a neighbour taking out Wi-Fi when they put their baby to sleep and turn on their wireless baby monitor. Maybe a neighbour of yours gets home at that time and turns on a problematic piece of equipment. (Perhaps something like this?)
G, I tried that and the message box says that is not the password?
I'll tag @Gdkitty and @CommunityHelps to see if they can think of any other password that a Rogers installer may have set. Otherwise, as far as I know, the only way to reset the admin password is to factory reset the XB6 and redo the basic setup.
As for those daily resets, you can also ask Rogers whether they can see what may have caused it, or if they can see whether any other customers in your area also experienced a reset/reconnect at that time as well.
I am having the same issue, except mine reboots at precisely 3:23pm each day. Rogers online support could see no issue with the modem and raised it with maintenance. They sent me an asinine text message they could not see my Ignite TV box.
I should add that tech support did not show the modem as rebooting and that uptime was for more than 18 days yet in each of the last 6 days it has "rebooted", or otherwise briefly lost connection, at this exact time. No other issues.
What area do you live? I am near Manotick, Ottawa.
Interesting. I keep hearing murmurs about problems over there being caused by Police/Emergency Services' VHF radio system. 3:25PM might coincide with something getting reset as part of a shift change.
I just got off from chatting with them. They would not even discuss this post or the fact there are at least two of us with the same issue. They insist they do not see an issue and the problem must be with my modem. They are sending a tech to replace it tomorrow. I will update after that is complete and the next 3:23pm time hits on Saturday.
The tech was out on Saturday. The tech could see multiple disconnects at various times over the course of the previous week, but no explanation for it was evident to the tech. I made it clear I do not experience any issues with the internet despite being a power user except for this modem reboot issue that occurs only at 3:23 PM. Instead of replacing the modem there was some work outside on the line done. Apparently the signal to noise ratio improved after this. However, the reboot continues to occur at exactly 3:23 PM every day since.
The tech game me his work cell number and I have a call in to see about next steps. I will update again if there is resolution at some point.
Two months ago I subscribed to Ignite internet 1 gig and Ignite tv and until a few days ago they worked great. However over the last few days the speed has reduced to readings like 15 mps and 25 mps with momentary outages such that tv picture disappears for a short interval. (based on speeds as measured on my iPad Pro 2020 using Speedtest 6 feet from the modem) When things are working speed varies between 150 mps and 600 mps which is fine by me. There only 2 of us in the household so there are not many devices connected. After the frequent reboots speed goes right back to 600 mps for a while. Rogers Bot service line is not useful. When in my explanation I mentioned I used an iPad to measure speed there solution was Rogers had a deal on iPads. Any suggestions as to my problem?
You posted this in a thread about outrages at the same time of day. Your post should be a new thread so that people look at it.
to your issue, I never trust peed tests over wifi, always with a cable first to a computer. If the speed test there is as should be but the wifi test is not, then you have something to work with (wifi issue, interference, etc).