The only modem that is officially allowed for both TPIA and Rogers is the SMCD3GN. It is okay, but not exactly recommended. One of the TPIAs will have to use up their single free modem approval to get either the Cisco or Hitron approved. It might happen next year, but with new models coming out all the time there are lots of other candidates.
As it is, even with the SMCD3GN, Rogers is pushing firmware 22.214.171.124.2, but they require TPIA customers to be using the older 126.96.36.199. That can be dealt with, but... Rogers tries to make life as difficult as possible I think.
said by technocar2:
My advise would be to rent a modem from rogers and when you go over to teksavvy then just buy a used/refurb modem off ebay or something. They are very cheap these days. Don't buy a modem from rogers, its a rip off if I've ever seen one.
From eBay?! That hurts
There are local (hint hint) dealers who guarantee compatibility and are knowledgeable and helpful.--