[RndTbl] Issues encountered with the Shaw BlueCurve modem and app

Hartmut W Sager hwsager at marityme.net
Wed Nov 23 13:30:49 CST 2022

Ah yes, I now remember reading that.  So, you really want the Shaw Motorola/Arris/etc DCX-3510-M TV box, and possibly the Hitron CGNM-2250 Internet modem, which both use the incoming coax RG-6 directly.  It's the classic Shaw architecture of the past (and still currently available), and I am a happy user of this arrangement.

Are you resisting this solution?  Why?  All it requires is pushing through the major resistance the Shaw rep will give you.  :)


On Tue 22 Nov 2022 at 18:59:32 -06:00, Brian Lowe <brian2 at groupbcl.ca> wrote:
> On Tuesday, November 22, 2022 6:18:01 P.M. CST Hartmut W Sager wrote:
> > Might the TV player be able to use your own router's Wi-Fi in this case?
> No. I covered that point in the information dump. The TV player makes use of 
> special frequencies from the gateway device. When the device is put into 
> bridged mode, all those frequencies are disabled and the TV player can no 
> longer communicate.  Hence the need to get a TV device that uses coax instead 
> of WiFi,
> Brian
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