Provisionning issue has been finnaly resolved - it took a while so prepare to wait if it happends to you.
I'm on 1Gig plan and Docsis 3.0
Here are my initial observations comparing to 3552:
5G signal much weaker
5G signal slower
2.4G signal much stronger
2.4G signal faster
Wired speed up and down faster, this is my best result:
Hi. I am having an issue accessing NAS from Android devices.
There are 3 NAS devices, all Drobos. The first is attached to my main computer with USB, the second is connected to my main computer with ISCSI and the third is connected directly to the router.
I am trying to connect with 2 Android devices. The first is a Asus Zenpad and the second a Nexus 9. I am using the 2.4 ghz wireless connection for the Zenpad and the 5 ghz connection for the Nexus.
I am using ES file explorer pro and also Solid explorer.
I can initially login to all 3 NAS drives from both Androids and see my shared directories. However, the login fails if I try to access a subdirectory with a lot of content (say over 100 files) or if I try to open a file from a directory that I can access (with say a dozen files).
Trying to access a larger directory gives me the standard login fails message:
This may be caused by:
WLAN is off
SMB server is out of network scope
The IP is invalid
Blocked by the firewall
SMB service is off"
Trying to access a file results in it just hanging (video) or a failure to copy the file (books). I've tried multiple files and directories.
So I can login (I was having some problems with the 2 drobos attached to the main computer but that's a know Windows 10 glitch that I've gotten around by logging in with my local account name) to all 3 drobos from both Androids and see all the various directories and access most directories but trying to access directories to a larger volume of files then gives me a login error and any files I can access won't play or copy.
Before upgrading the modem I could consistently access the networked drobo (I hadn't figured out the Windows 10 glitch yet for the 2 drobos attached to the computer so I couldn't access those but that was a separate problem that is now resolved).
I have a second networked computer that connects to all 3 drobos fine, including all directories and plays all files.
On an unrelated note, I also have the green (100) connection issue with my 1st network port but I've just got the home phone plugged into that one so it should not be impacting anything. My speed is about 775 download (I can get around 900 depending on the time) and 25 upload (doesn't change much based on time).
Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks,
From what I heard previously, RogersDave did mention that he wanted to push a firmware update before the holidays, but I am not completly sure what the fixes are. I do however, know for sure that there are improvements coming for the 5GHz band.