Other than "because we can" or "to prevent people from buying a modem that won't work for them", is there any reason why TWC limits what specific modem models my be provisioned onto their network?
I was planning on purchasing the Arris TM822G but was disappointed to learn it's not on their approved list (nor are any eMTA modems as far as I can see - and yes I am aware of their lame "solution" to that problem).
I am just wondering if there's some technical aspect behind this madness that someone can hopefully give me some insight on, or if it's entirely a business-orientated decision. Thanks!
Probably from a support perspective it makes things a bit easier. Also, software/firmware support for the devices is easier when you dont have a hodge podge of different devices. -- Usenet Block Accounts | Unlimited Accounts