We're currently offering our members an exclusive opportunity to participate in a trial of the new firmware for our Fido Home Internet Wi-Fi Modem (CGN3AMF). For details of this program, please click here.
This thread will be used for your feedback regarding the firmware. We've invited some folks from the Network team to participate in this thread. Your feedback is very valuable and will be used to enhance the firmware before it is released publicly.
Thanks for your continued feedback and support!
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22.214.171.124T4 (March 28, 2018)
UPDATE MAY 13, 2020 - we are expecting a 7.1 test build later this month with a slew of fixes.
More to come on that.
Over the next week we will be rolling out the next version of our SDK7 code, 126.96.36.199, to those of you on 7.1.x.x already.
New in this build:
Once you have the code please beat it up and let us know what happens.
Any updates happening for us, who are using CGN3U routers.
Hey @strahman apologies for missing your post.
We do have a new version of code coming down the pipes, 188.8.131.52, which we will begin testing later this month/early next month.
The fixes are mostly back end, but once we have completed our first pass over, we would love to give you an early glimpse and provide any feedback.
My CODA-4582U is currently on version 184.108.40.206. For the past 15-20 days I have been facing an issue with one of my laptops with an Intel 7265 card. I have turned off band steering on the modem to keep 2.4 and 5 Ghz networks seperate. Sometimes the laptop can't see my 5Ghz network. I have to refresh the available networks list multiple times to get the laptop to see the network and connect to it. My other laptop with intel 7260 connects flawlessly to 5Ghz everytime. Initially I thought this could be a network interference issue becaue I am in a condominium and there are multiple networks around so, I tried changing wireless channel to manual for 5Ghz network. This worked for about a day or so but, the problem again came back. I have tried resetting the modem, updating and downgrading laptop wifi drivers and upating windows to latest version. Nothing has worked. I am positive that the issue is with my modem only because the laptop always picks up other neighbouring 5Ghz networks. Also, I have tested it with my phone's wifi hotspot in 5Ghz mode and it always connects without any issue.
The problem has started some 2 weeks ago only so I am guessing this could be the time when my modem got updated to 220.127.116.11 but I am not 100% sure. Any help in this regard would be appreciated
Is there a way to roll back to previous version. I am seeing very high DPC latency as well on ndis.sys when I am connected to 5Ghz network. This has been causing constant audio stuttering in online videos like on youtube. These problems were not there earlier. I connect to my phone's 5Ghz wifi hotspot and don't experience DPC latency issues.