Updating verizon firmware
To find the information I included in my screen shot, follow these steps: After logging into your Quantum Gateway, click on the My Network icon at the top of the page Click on Network Connections on the left Click on the link for Network (Home/Office)Click on the Settings button at the bottom A detailed properties page for your Network (Home/Office) will then be displayed When you refer to a bunch of disconnected devices that are viewable after your guests leave, are you referring to the list of devices shown when you first click on My Network?To find the information I included in my screen shot, follow these steps: After logging into your Quantum Gateway, click on the My Network icon at the top of the page Click on Network Connections on the left Click on the link for Network (Home/Office)Click on the Settings button at the bottom A detailed properties page for your Network (Home/Office) will then be displayed I took my Quantum off bridging with my real router to get an update, and was only updated to 0.26.47, no matter how many times I reset to defaults & rebooted.I noticed a link to it while browsing the Verizon FIOS FAQ on this site: »/faq/15362Too bad they didn't continue this practice.Can I assume that I was updated to the newest Firmware Version as well?Due to all of Verizon’s restrictive policies, I will be promptly leaving them for a more open and unrestrictive carrier whenever the time comes for a phone upgrade. Sometime in the middle of the night, the Quantum Gateway acquired new firmware and was wondering what the firmware fixed. Thanks This is the new firmware version220.127.116.11.100.1 OK.Also, IPv6 is listed more prominently on that screen.GUI 1.2 Update Unique security certificates for routers X.509 certs (unique cyber cert for each Router - BHR) eliminates all insecure site warnings presented by browsers Offload driver Improve Wi Fi throughput by changing how certain functions are handled in the router No-Touch Wi Fi Pairing for u IPC Note: Spec/requirements still need to be confirmed and estimates are subject to change (may move to 1.1)UPn P DM2 Universal Plug and Play (interconnection of devices, improves installation experience)TR-143 throughput test and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) (RFC 959) and (Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) (RFC 2228)Allows testing throughput between client and customer gateway, improves u IPC support Self Diagnostics self-healing actions for Domain Name Server (DNS), memory, Central Processing Unit (CPU)Attempts to perform corrective action during low usage periods Secure Boot allows for secure boot image in Clean and Screen Virtual Lan (VLAN) tagging Deferred Critical & Major defectsdata:image/gif;base64, R0l GODlh AQABAAD/ACw AAAAAAQABAAACADs=GUI1.3 Update TR-157 & Amendment / Internet Protocol Detail Record (IPDR) device health data collection Allow for support of HMC-type projects in the future Support for guest Wi-Fi through Wireless Ethernet Coaxial Bridge (WECB)Enhanced Domain Name Server (DNS) to support Quantum security Save/Restore Router (BHR4) configuration to/from cloud Enhanced quick set up wizard Ability to disable Wi Fi protected setup (WPS) to help businesses that may not want this function active Separate Networks: Separate Single Source Interval Documents (SSIDs) for 2.4 Gigahertz (GHz) & 5.0 GHz out of the box.
I believe Rolte C is correct- G1100 needs to be the main router off the ONT.
Thanks You could assume that, but I have found many members here to be rather exact (which is helpful). As far as regular updates, my router system log shows firmware updates during Jan, April, June, and now Oct. While security and bug fixes are nice and all, I'm awaiting the "added functionality" type update. There's no option in the web gui, so I'm guessing that like me you're just bridged for coax.
Guessing connecting my actual router into the vz one's WAN won't make it realize it has internet either?
I have to say I am happy with the quality of the service and internet speed so far.
With Virgin Mobile, the internet was pretty much useless because it took 10 minutes to load one page. With Virgin Mobile, the calls often broke up and I had to speak louder or sometimes there was an echo. The first phone I got with Verizon was the Motorola Turbo 64GB. I was OK with no SD card, since I could get a 64GB special edition version that wasn’t available on the website (only 32GB is available now), but there were a couple in my local store.
When I first noticed this thread two days ago, I restarted my router, to see if that would help.