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  #2348179 4-Nov-2019 16:14
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It’s an iPad 5th gen. Rebooted and now getting 350 and 246 on iPhone 6s  Thanks. So far so good with it. Was attempting to get my dsl 4320 connected as a gateway/AP but doesn’t seem to connect to internet via lan on the spark modem 




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  #2348182 4-Nov-2019 16:33
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There we go. It was just stuck on 2.4 then. Maybe dfs took a little while to scan




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  #2348185 4-Nov-2019 16:44
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Thanks for the help. I noticed the ont has an antenna on it. Is there wifi from the ont in the future?




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  #2348201 4-Nov-2019 17:41
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dacorbee:

 

Thanks for the help. I noticed the ont has an antenna on it. Is there wifi from the ont in the future?

 

 

You must have one of the new Chorus ONT's there.

 

 

 

At this stage, Chorus aren't offering that as a service, so providers can't consume it.

 

In terms of service it would offer though, the smart modem is a fair bit better :)

 

 

 

 

 

 





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  #2348611 5-Nov-2019 19:55
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  #2348614 5-Nov-2019 20:03
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I plugged in this morning and got an update to .12

 

 

 

 

Model Name:

 

VRV9517

 

 

 

Firmware Version:

 

v6.00.12 build07

 

 

 

Boot Code Version:

 

1.0.38-161.189

 

 

 

Hardware Version:

 

R01

 

 

 

 

The connected wifi client is good.  Any chance that will expand with Phy etc?

 

 

 

 




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  #2348615 5-Nov-2019 20:04
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nickbrooker:


The connected wifi client is good.  Any chance that will expand with Phy etc?


 


 


Phy?

Do you mean the connected WiFi View on it?




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  #2348659 5-Nov-2019 21:46
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hio77:
Phy?

Do you mean the connected WiFi View on it?

 

 

 

Like bandwidth 20/40/80, connection type N/AC etc

 

 

 

Spark FON is still broadcasting but I think you said .13 fixes that.




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  #2348663 5-Nov-2019 22:02
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nickbrooker:

 

Like bandwidth 20/40/80, connection type N/AC etc

 

 

I'm still not sure what your asking for here.

 

a modem can't change the maximum capabilities of a client... 





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  #2348748 6-Nov-2019 07:36
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hio77:

 

nickbrooker:

 

Like bandwidth 20/40/80, connection type N/AC etc

 

 

I'm still not sure what your asking for here.

 

a modem can't change the maximum capabilities of a client... 

 

 

 

 

Sorry, not making myself clear.

 

 

 

Just to show those stats for the client. So you can see how it is connecting and what speed it is capable of (N vs ac wave 1 or wave 2 etc) and if anything is still on old a/b/g type thing. 




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  #2349049 6-Nov-2019 17:15
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v6.00.13 is on the way out.

 

 

 

This primarily Simply fixes a few issues with UPnP that were causing issues with a popular game title.





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  #2349604 7-Nov-2019 18:02
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Okay, for those having the FON issue.

 

 

 

I've just had confirmed the gotcha around it, took getting in a fresh device to confirm.

 

the 06.00.06 firmware the first batch came with, has this enabled, it was removed in 06.00.07 firmware (however will still be active without a factory reset.)

 

 

 

Band steering is also the same case.

 

We are working with our shipping provider to upgrade all the existing stock, but this will affect a limited volume of stock still unfortunately.

 

 

 

 

 

 





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  #2349651 7-Nov-2019 18:43
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Is anyone else lost fibre just stopped and Los light flashing

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  #2349741 7-Nov-2019 20:01
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What the Heck?
I just had to have my HG659b replaced because it refused to connect to the internet. (Ont connectivity confirmed, modem connectivity strangely not)
But I get a HG659b to replace it, :D




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  #2349755 7-Nov-2019 20:20
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Tel69:

 

What the Heck?
I just had to have my HG659b replaced because it refused to connect to the internet. (Ont connectivity confirmed, modem connectivity strangely not)
But I get a HG659b to replace it, :D

 

 

we had an issue there so switched back to hg659b for replacements for a bit.

 

replacing with 659bs isnt anything too wrong though. they work just aswell, just dont have the awesome wifi of these.





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