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Jeffj
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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware


@AV_Fan wrote:

I was told by Rogers support that I would not be able to get the 4582 when I moved to the 100u plan and that their system would not let them attach that modem to my plan.

I believe Rogers had indicated in their December news release that the 4582 is currently intended for 250u and gigabit customers only.


Its been stated many times that 100u is also eligable. I would try again, not sure why they said they couldnt do it. Its for 100u pachages and up. 

AV_Fan
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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

That's weird, as the store was echoing what Rogers phone support was saying when I went and picked up the modem (I got a 3552 at the end).

 

prateeck7
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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

@RogersDaveI have been getting really consistent speed since yesterday night. I have been hitting 900+mbps/ 40+mbps consistently without a single miss. And I have run more than 30 tests in different sites (bar HTMLs). I never had issues with Jitter and Ping with this modem; in factm it made them better for me.

 

That said spikes/bufferbloat is still really high and unchanged. When I test the speed in HTML sites, speed in merely 60mbps.

 

judochop
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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

Does this model do bandwidth limiting per IP or MAC?

 

Seriously considering swapping the 3552 for it because we're eligible and the 3552 can't go past 500gbps anymore whereas it used to do 700+.

 

But it would be nice if we could tell it to only assign 50 percent to one of our users who uploads videos...  Otherwise the internet slows to a crawl when the upload is saturated.

 

Thanks

Datalink
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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

@judochop   "Does this model do bandwidth limiting per IP or MAC?"    Nope.  You'll need a router for that.



AccordXTC
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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

Running firmware .19 even factory reset, PM Dave and contacted Rogers tech support to confirm signals are great for my service coming into the home. Speeds are all over the place from 600-700 all the way down to 150-260 after a factory reset on the CODA. Running bridged with Asus AC87U and all cat6a wiring.

 

What really needs to start happening is Rogers needs to start discounting services for the lack of speed and issues. 

Mayoo
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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

 


@AccordXTC wrote:

Running firmware .19 even factory reset, PM Dave and contacted Rogers tech support to confirm signals are great for my service coming into the home. Speeds are all over the place from 600-700 all the way down to 150-260 after a factory reset on the CODA. Running bridged with Asus AC87U and all cat6a wiring.

 

What really needs to start happening is Rogers needs to start discounting services for the lack of speed and issues. 


AC87U got a FW update on December. Make sure to update the FW and do a hard power cycle 

 

Also AC87U got the speeds back after i cleared the NVRAM

 

Make sure to Powercycle the Modem after FW update

marco5566
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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

I also got dave to upgrade my modem to firmware .19 and my Speeds are all over the place from 600-700 all the way down to 150-260 after a factory reset on the CODA.

My setup is Running bridged with Asus AC3100 and all cat6a wiring.

 

Rogers needs to adress this or else im going to switch my services to Bell.

Rexjs
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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

My CODA 4582 has been updated to the new .19 fw for a few days now but my gigabit internet is still terrible even after rebooting. I get about 300 Mbps then goes down to less than 10 Mbps and a lot of times the 5ghz network even disappears even though the light is on. This is already the second 4582 modem I got new from the rogers store. I've called dozens of times to tech support but they can't find anything wrong on their side. A technician has come to check my connections as well. And they weren't much help. I've never gotten anywhere close to the speeds that people have been posting.
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markopas
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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware


@judochop wrote:

Does this model do bandwidth limiting per IP or MAC?

 

Seriously considering swapping the 3552 for it because we're eligible and the 3552 can't go past 500gbps anymore whereas it used to do 700+.

 

But it would be nice if we could tell it to only assign 50 percent to one of our users who uploads videos...  Otherwise the internet slows to a crawl when the upload is saturated.

 

Thanks


I am going to assume that you mean 500Mbps rather than Gbps because if you are getting 500Gbps then I want to sign-up for that plan.

 

 

I got the firmware update the other night to .19 and I am not seeing much of a difference in regards to performance (did a speedtest last night and was getting 860Mbps - 930Mbps and upload still keeps capping at 31Mbps slightly more than half way to the alotted 50Mbps which is promise.  I did some Wi-Fi testing on the 5GHz signal and the strength may be worse than it was before or unchanged from before.

 

I think the next big thing for me to test will be to plug in my router and see if it's able to work on the bridge mode (fingers crossed).