The problem with the WD My Net devices is that they lack documentation. If the device requires (or works best with) DOCSIS 3.0 then there should be some kind of statement from WD on this matter.
I have been very diligent in my testing and have considered that it was the cable modem, however I have not had a chance to install yet another modem as it requires another modem and an hour long phone call to TWC.
My modem (a Motorola Surfboard SB5101) was bought new this past January and was a large upgrade from the past modem as the new one supported DOCSIS 2.0. In January there was only one modem that was DOCSIS 3.0 compliant and on the approved list from TWC. It had an integrated wireless access point and exceeded $150. Generally those AIO devices do not last very long under heavy use and was a waste of money as I bought the WD router for wireless access, QoS and storeage sharing features.
I was planning on upgrading to a Motorola SURFboard SB6141 when I upgraded my TWC service, but that was put on hold while I figure out if I need to replace this WD router.
I followed your link on the initial post and read it. There was also the next comment stating that this also worked for another person. The problem arose out of your second post, if you are going to copy and paste directions stick to the point and not a bunch of rubbish about how you saw the light. ELIMINATING THE USE OF ALL CAPS ALSO HELPS. USING ALL CAPS INFERS THAT PEOPLE ARE TO STUPID TO UNDERSTAND YOUR ENTIRE POST.
I have been a volunteer poster and admin on my share of forums and really do not have interest in adding another one, but I call it like I see it. You sir are artificially boosting your post count with your poorly written copy paste job and quick generalized answers. If one post that infers criticism sets you off about how you are able to sleep at night you may want to go talk to someone.
Thank you for Hijacking my thread.