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Gone
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reply to HiVolt

Re: Upgrading Firmware on Thompson DCM475

said by HiVolt:

Rogers has the capability and should have no problems to send firmware updates to modems that are accepted to use on its network.

Cogeco does it with TPIA providers - in fact, when I connected my DPC3000 for the first time the firmware update happened automatically the moment it attained sync - so the fact that Rogers doesn't is just petty nonsense.


elwoodblues
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But rogers doesn't want you to have a "pleasant experience" with a TPIA provider, they want to provide that experience, and they throw in the lube for free, they can afford it.


HiVolt
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reply to Gone
said by Gone:

said by HiVolt:

Rogers has the capability and should have no problems to send firmware updates to modems that are accepted to use on its network.

Cogeco does it with TPIA providers - in fact, when I connected my DPC3000 for the first time the firmware update happened automatically the moment it attained sync - so the fact that Rogers doesn't is just petty nonsense.


I know it's stupid. Rogers updated the sb6120 and sb5101 modems for tpia
Before.
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