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Where I can get firmware update for TP-Link TC-7610 modem
Have been told by multiple techs that Comcast does not push firmware updates. Have been having ongoing connectivity issues that started before I had this modem; purchased a new modem on the recommendation of one of the techs that came out to try and help. Now it needs a firmware update that no one acknowledges Comcast needs to be the one to do. Help?
Comcast most definitely does push the update to the modem. Don't listen to the techs lol
DSLReports is not very accurate. The best test is to run a ping command or ping plotter and then upload/download while watching your ping. The best way to do this is from 2 separate devices also. Pinging on one and uploading/downloading on another.
70/70 should work fine, if you see any crazy jitter with that most likely it's your ISP or something else on your line
I was wondering if your type of modem matters when gaming since I'm always looking for ways to improve my connection or ping whatever you want to call it, lets just say gameplay as smooth as possible. What are some type or specific modems you guys recommend? Does your isp matter in this type of situation? I know some people will say if it ain't broke, there's no need to fix or change, but honestly this modem looks like a game boy color and it has to go in the trash (time for a new updated one)
I have Charter Spectrum and live in Minnesota Duluth, I think my parents are using this ugly beatup modem made by Ubee I think it's called?, this thing looks like trash and it's small, so I'm probably going to do some research on modems and thought I'd have your guys' input on this and personal preferences from experience with this type of stuff.
I've seen this topic here, and will also be checking on this ping plotter everyone has been recommending.