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This works great for TWC, as long as you are buying a plan with 100Mbps or less. Even though the specs indicate a maximum download capability of 340Mbps, this is either not true, or TWC limits the throughput per channel. Modems with 8 channels down (like this) are limited to 100Mbps. You need 16 channels for the 200 a… see more This works great for TWC, as long as you are buying a plan with 100Mbps or less. Even though the specs indicate a maximum download capability of 340Mbps, this is either not true, or TWC limits the throughput per channel. Modems with 8 channels down (like this) are limited to 100Mbps. You need 16 channels for the 200 and 300 Mbps plans. Check TWC's compatible modems list before buying. see less
By Scott Robinson on January 9, 2015
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Yes it is the same as CG3000Dv2 N450..
http://mydeviceinfo.comcast.net/device.php?devid=395

By Tech guru on February 7, 2014
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You should double check with Comcast to ensure that you can use this product with your specific plan, but in general, yes! -- this router is designed to replace an existing cable modem or cable modem/router combination.
By NETGEAR Team on April 4, 2014
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Yes, the stand is removable (with a screw) and can be wall mounted also.
By NETGEAR Team on June 17, 2014
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Yes, it's both a cable modem and wireless router.
By DCStephen on August 10, 2015 SELLER
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Works great in my 2 story home 3300 sqft.
By sixporters on November 28, 2015
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Yes, it does. It also has a WiFi on/off button, as well.
By Jeremy C. on April 30, 2014
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Yes! It works great, so much better then the one provided by TWC.
By Payne on July 29, 2014
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Hi Roopa, yes, this router comes with our standard warranty. You will be covered for 90 days with phone support and a 1 year warranty against manufacturer defects with email support.
By NETGEAR Team on April 10, 2014
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I do not have a definitive answer but I believe you can use the modem without using the router. You can turn off the router's broadcasting ability and send the signals via cables to a router.
By Stephen R. Scheffler on July 21, 2014