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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

@gp-se wrote:

@piskapo30 Your Signal Levels are WAY out of spec. Call Rogers and ask them to run a signal check on the modem, they should be sending a tech out. Rogers Spec: -10 to +10, 0 is optimal. 


While signal levels are way out of spec....how is it that he's getting 920+ down and 40 up readings. Seems impossible....but if speeds are right ( than why worry) no?

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@rjmaxim he is getting fast speeds right now, but it's still out've spec. He would be better off calling Rogers and getting it fixed, rather than have it start disconnecting randomly. Also if he has cable service/home phone through Rogers the signal levels could be very weak for those services too.

 



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Anyone know if this new modem support VPN clients? or just tunneling passthrough as before (which is useless)?

 

Thanks!

 

J

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@mahomed wrote:

 

 

I have to agree with you @FATBADCAT that this is a security issue.

 

@RogersDave @Datalink

 

 Opening my windows explorer network I can see that there is a D-Link Systems DIR-601 on my network with a MAC address of 00:26:5a:f7:81:c8.  I SHOULD NOT BE SEEING THIS INFORMATION.  How do I turn this function off so that others can't see my IP Address and MAC Addresses?  Is turning off Network discovery and File and Printer Sharing sufficient from a security perspective?

 

The steps to do so are here:

 

http://www.top-password.com/blog/turn-on-off-network-discovery-in-windows-10/

 

 

 

Thanks


Yep. I always turn of network discovery after installing a fresh copy of Windows.

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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

I just exchanged my modem yesterday for this unit. I hooked it up last night. Firmware  2.0.10.13

 

i tested this on hardwaried laptop, iPhone, iPad with both beta and normal speed test. Highest d/l I got was shy of 200mb download and 33mb upload. 

 

Questions(s)

1) what are the optimal settings people are using? 

2) if not in the beta firmware program how long before a new firmware update is pushed down to an older firmware unit?

3) I see peoples speeds MUCH higher than mine. Based on my speeds I'm wondering if it's the unit or something else. Any suggestion or tips to try and determine?

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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

Just grabbed the Coda yesterday and I'm definitely pleased with these results!

 

http://www.speedtest.net/my-result/6056342841

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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

i just switched over to Rogers Internet & have the Hitron v3.1 CODA 4582 gateway/modem. my issue is I can't seem to get a web server setup correctly. I have a saltwater aquarium with a net module that monitors parameters that I am able to view away from home. I have a dyndns host setup but can only view the aquarium webpage from inside my network not while away from home. It all worked fine when I was with Bell & a linksys router. What do I need to do to this Hitron to get it to work? I have ddns configured & port forwarding but it still doesn't work outside my home network. do i need a static IP for the Hitron? do i need to change it to bridge mode & connect my router?
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@JMAC2 wrote:

i just switched over to Rogers Internet & have the Hitron v3.1 CODA 4582 gateway/modem. my issue is I can't seem to get a web server setup correctly. I have a saltwater aquarium with a net module that monitors parameters that I am able to view away from home. I have a dyndns host setup but can only view the aquarium webpage from inside my network not while away from home. It all worked fine when I was with Bell & a linksys router. What do I need to do to this Hitron to get it to work? I have ddns configured & port forwarding but it still doesn't work outside my home network. do i need a static IP for the Hitron? do i need to change it to bridge mode & connect my router?
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Yes, put it in Bridge mode, same as what you did with Bell's modem, and connect your Linksys router same as what you did with Bell.  That way, the only change is your public IP address, and everything else in your network is the same.  Check the linksys router to ensure you get a public IP address, and ensure that your ddns is updated with your new IP.  Then go test from Timmies. ;-)

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@Chasmal wrote:

Anyone know if this new modem support VPN clients? or just tunneling passthrough as before (which is useless)?

 

Thanks!

 

J


I dont think any Modem/Gateway combo from rogers has ever supported being a vpn client, nor would i recommend running it as a client. The resources are limited and your better tunneling if you want to achieve full link speed., or building a VPN gateway.

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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 Hardware

thanks for the help all is well now. I would like to know if running in bridge mode with a router disables 5GHz