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Re: Rogers Online Gaming Thread

Twitch is working again now!

Network Architect
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Re: Rogers Online Gaming Thread

Good morning gamers!

 

Just a quick note to let all of you know that as of yesterday, the new firmware 2.0.10.27 on the CODA-4582 is live on the network. This means that if you are not part of the firmware trial, all you need to do to receive this firmware is to reboot your modem.

 

If for some reason this is not sufficient, you can reach out to me via private message and I'll push the firmware manually.

 

Regarding Twitch, no progress have been made yet. We are still trying to determine what is the best course of action. However, I was provided a couple of stream links in this thread so it should be sufficient for me to investigate further with Amazon/Twitch.

 

Dave

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Re: Rogers Online Gaming Thread

Downloading on the PlayStation store take forever 😭
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dallasdinatake wrote:
Downloading on the PlayStation store take forever 😭

Hey @dallasdinatake

 

I noticed this too when downloading a 7GB game last night. It was much slower in comparison to Xbox. Will dig into this a little further & follow up. Thanks for the info.  

 

RogersKevin 

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Re: Rogers Online Gaming Thread

Please do it quite annoying when you are trying to download big games
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Just rebooted my modem and am on the new firmware. Everything seems to be going very well so far!
- Hiitchy
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even with the new modem and updates rogers modems still always seem to be moderate nat types never open. the only way i've been able to achieve open nat is by bridging to any 3rd party router. why does rogers do this? still better than cgn3 that thing was always strict nat type. moderate is ok but you may still end up having issues connecting with some friends especially if their nat is strict. 

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Re: Rogers Online Gaming Thread

Turn on upnp
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And nat-pmp then hard reboot your modem
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upnp comes enabled default. it's not that.