said by nima158:
Previous to today I would receive full connection on the modem with a Rogers redirection page as-well as a class-A (10.x.x.x) IP.
This is most likely a standard provisioning issue I've talked about periodically here on dslreports. My latest information indicates that it is HFC MAC exhaustion on Rogers equipment.
First worth understanding the modem sync process..
1- Modem boots and starts scanning for downstream channels.
2- The downstream channel tells it how to talk back over upstream.
3- Having talked two ways, the modem asks for an HFC IP address.
4- Once it has the HFC IP it downloads the configuration file telling you what speed you can have and other details
5- Now the modem is fully online, and it starts passing information from the connected equipment. You computer/router will request an internet IP address and from there you can browse or whatever.
Until the modem is provisioned, it pulls the HFC IP from a pool for unprovisioned modems, so it gets "online". Then the router/computer requests an IP and it is given a non-routable address. Once the modem is provisioned it pulls an HFC IP from a different pool. This pool is probably specific for TPIA, and may even be specific to Teksavvy. If that pool of HFC IP addresses is exhausted, the modem can never get past step 3 above.--