I have a list of 167 devices today most start with-Ipcoam, and I dont have a way to find out what they are.
This is ridiculous. Over a year later and I still have 127 devices listed. Some folks are telling me to delete them manually. With 127 of them, that's going to take a while. I have a better idea. Why doesn't Shaw delete them since they screwed up and put them there in the first place.
This is a known problem and is still happening now May 2022. Why do I have to keep deleting these IPCoam accounts? Why can't Shaw fix this?!
Thanks Shaw-Tony. I see a lot of paranoia with some of these posts. IP Cameras and Shaw employees peeking in on users accounts. Please.
Relax folks. We used to have a saying in health care: A horse is just a horse. Don’t chase after the zebras.
One other question comes to mind, are third party devices being used in the users setups that are experiencing the iPCoam problem.
Exaclty. The devices just represent actual devices connected to Shaw TV. Not sure why they call them ipcoam, I am familiar with the term COAM as “customer owned and maintained” equipment. Anyway, some of the ipcoam devices showing up on my account have to be the 3 Fire TV sticks that I use for Shaw TV.
I don’t think this is a problem, if customers don’t like seeing those devices, they can just delete them