Not compatible with comcast. Also found out the hard way. When I called Comcast to register the modem they told me there was nothing they could do because it is not listed in their "compatibility matrix". Of course this could just be one more way Comcast is choosing to make my life difficult :)
By Jason S. on June 3, 2014
Ummm sounds like technogibberish to me . all cable modems are 2-way. They have to be. Now the question is does it meet the docs is 3.0 standard? Yes it does. You will be able to Get >300mbps down and ~120mbps up.
By oogabooga on November 30, 2014
If you're asking whether this works with Cox, yes it does. I simply logged into my account using my old modem, added the new modem to my account, plugged it in and everything worked fine. You can also call customer service and they can set up your new modem over the phone.
By C. Miller on October 3, 2013
The short answer is marketing. The channels are bonded to produce more than 300 MB/s. This exceeds the amount of data transmission capability of 100 base t thereby allowing Cisco to market it as 1 Gig. 1000 base t is UP TO 1000 MB/s, but could be less. This is the case with 100 base t and 10 base t.
By Emanuel L on December 29, 2014
Yes! I am a customer of Cox in the Phoenix Metro area and I use this Cisco DPC3010. If you go to this Cox page, you will find it is one of the ones listed as supported. http://ww2.cox.com/residential/support/internet/article.cox?articleId=b2ec95d0-7ef9-11df-5590-000000000000
By Jeff_Brown_QC on May 11, 2014