Oklahoma City, OK
|reply to dvd536 |
Re: [AZ] Cisco DPC3010 Firmware upated question....
I fully agree, sometimes older firmware has more stability and the new one may have more features but those features just cause more problems. If it ain't broke don't fix it. . . but if it is broke fix it fast.
West Warwick, RI
It would be handy if the modems had a "update now" that just sent request for newest firmware. That way the ISP had full control of what firmware, and the user could still check if the latest one for their device is loaded. I know that sounds far simpler then it probably actually is, but just a thought.