Announced 13-December-2016 by @RogersDave http://communityforums.rogers.com/t5/forums/forumtopicpage/board-id/Getting_connected/message-id/379...
Credit to @Hybrid_Noodle
Hitron website: http://www.hitron-americas.com/product/coda-4582/
60W Power Supply built into unit
Pictures of Hardware Version 1A:
I swap this so called new router for 3 times, 2.4 wifi giving me no more than 8-9 Mpbs, 5G around 30-40 and wired connection arounf 200-300Mpbs. My old router was amazing. Techincal rep on the phone have no clue what's ha[penning. Service rep already mentioned this new router are useless and thet are serving 15 customers a day for same issues. Thatis it now, I am cancelling my service as I am without internet for about 10 days now. Very frustating and No more ROgers in my Life now, going to cancel everything I have with Rogers - Home Monitoring, Cable and Cell phones. ENtire family is very annoyed. Rogers have no clue how to help.
@RogersDave may be Rogers should have tested this useless router before handling to customers. Rogers is creating inconveinence to 1000 of familes during holidays.
I understand your frustration, but did you check the thread and follow these steps to eliminate the issues?
-First if using LAN devices don't use port 1, use port 4-3-2.
-Disable 2.4Ghz band, and run some tests to see if your issues improve. If it improves you can try to re-enable 2.4Ghz, but set the Channel Width to 20Mhz ONLY.
as always, reboot the MODEM after making changes.
Rogers right now is on the cutting edge with these modems, they were released in a very short time frame because of the issues with Intel Puma 6. They are one of the only Networks in the World running DOCSIS 3.1
Try the work arounds I posted, Dave and the team at Rogers are working very hard to fix the issues, and I can assure you they have some fixes in the works, they are just doing more internal testing before releasing it to the public.
Count me as one who just ran into a DHCP issue in bridge mode with my RT-AC87U which seemed to happen after I manually rebooted the modem. I was able to resolve this issue by factory restoring my CODA-4582.
Seemingly at the same time, a new firmware update was available for my Asus RT-AC87U. Applying that, factory restoring the modem, I am now back online.
Speeds are still pretty dismal on the .14 firmware update with my Gigabit connection only reaching peak ~700Mbps on Rogers Speedtest.