said by Jetcanada :
I purchased this supposed top of the line model on Friday to replace my D2 modem + Netgear R6300 and now none of my wireless devices can hold a connection longer than a minute or two. The wireless performance is horrible.
There comes a time when common sense has to prevail. Flop after flop after flop with these Rogers issued $149 to $199 D3 Gateways is sending the wrong message to customers.
Solution: The tried and true standalone modem. Rogers has to get back to what works and what works well.
To suggest that we pay $149 plus 13% tax minimum and then disable half the unit is ludricrous at best. A top of the line D3 standalone can be had for $89 to $105 and can usually be found on sale locally.
It's time for the Rogers daydreamers and naysayers to come to terms with the fact that D3 Gateways just flat out don't meet consumer requirements in 2012.
Now is the time for Rogers to man up and admit the Docsis 3 Gateway critics have been right all along.......