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Hitron CGN Series
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.
So Fido team, with all these firmware upgrades, has the issue of 2.4Ghz instability fixed? I'm asking about it because I'm struggling with 2.4Ghz instability. Despite of all the efforts to use different channels and wifi standards (802.11 g/n and even b) etc., on times the connectivity becomes unusable. While all other devices I have are on 5Ghz (and working perfectly), I'm stuck with 2.4Ghz due to my Smart TV (and can't use Ethernet due to location)
Is some internal discussion going on regarding 2.4Ghz and how to make it stable? Any new firmware in the queue?
Model details are:
CODA-4582U running 126.96.36.199T6
After having spent some time with the Firmware, I have noticed something particularly quirky about it, though this seems to have also been the case before getting the update.
Whenever I use my Xbox One, there seem to be intermittant service slowdowns when using other devices. Oddlye nough, some of these slowdowns only occur whenever I have the Xbox connected via Ethernet. Oddly enough, when it is connected via WiFi, such slowdowns are not present. Keep in mind that the integrity of the ethernet cable is fine; I have tried using different ports, and found that this is only really an issue with the Xbox. Other devices connected via Ethernet have not caused this issue. Any ideas?
VPNFilter primarily infects by taking advantage of known generic default credentials.
The default password used by the AMF is specific to our gateways and the Easy Connect flow then forces this password to become unique to the device so the AMF is not exposed to this vulnerability.
Hope this helps
My modem was updated with the 188.8.131.52T5 firmware yesteday midnight. From the log, it showed the firmware started to download at 11:51pm. It took about 8 minutes and then rebooted at midnight. I lost internet connection for about 3-4 minutes and that's it. So far so good. Thank you.