|Wireless Type||5 GHz Radio Frequency, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency|
Asus Modem Router Combo - All-in-One DOCSIS 3.0 32x8 Cable Modem + Dual-Band Wireless AC2600 WIFI Gigabit Router – Certified by Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum, Time Warner Cable, Charter, and Cox
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- Ditch the monthly cable modem rental fees save upto $120 per year
- Certified by comcast xfinity, spectrum (legacy time warner cable and charter) and cox
- All in one docsis 3.0 32x8 cable modem + ac2600 wifi router (4x4) provides full bandwidth internet access and expansive wireless coverage
- Stay connected with 4x gigabit ethernet and 2x USB 2.0 ports for your non wifi devices like external storage and printers including support for Apple time machine
- Perfect for streaming and gaming in hd, dual bands (2.4ghz / 5ghz) featuring the latest 802.11ac 32x8 channel bonding technology deliver upto 1.3 gbps download speeds; Ac input : 110v to 240v(50 to 60hz); Dc output : 19 v with max; 3.42 a current
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Featuring Intel Inside, the ASUS CM-32 combines a DOCSIS 3.0 32x8 cable modem with a Wifi AC2600 router powered by exclusive wireless technologies to deliver full bandwidth and coverage without monthly rental fees. Dual USB 2.0 allows you to share printers and external USB drives, including remote access via AiCloud.
At a Glance
- Ditch the Monthly Cable Modem Rental Fees – Save up to $120 per year
- Works with Comcast XFINITY, Cox, and Spectrum (Legacy Time Warner Cable and legacy Charter)
- All-in-one DOCSIS 3.0 32x8 Cable Modem + AC2600 WIFI router (4x4)
- Stay connected with 4x Gigabit Ethernet and 2x USB 2.0 ports
Save on Monthly Rental Fees with Speedy Cable Internet and Wifi in One Box
Unlock the latest AC Wifi throughput & coverage and future-proof cable modem technology from a single, powerful package.
Top-Tier Cable Modem Meets Ultimate Wifi
CableLabs certified 32 x 8 channel bonding supports any cable internet service within 1.3 Gbps. AC2600 Wifi is ideal for connected homes with a variety of devices that are gaming, streaming and downloading simultaneously.
Finally a Cable Modem Router That's Powerful Enough
CM-32 AC2600 has four Wifi transmits and receives, which improves its transmission range and sensitivity. Sophisticatedly fine-tuned power plus AiRadar beamforming technology give you the ultimate Wifi connectivity that other cable modem routers can’t compete.
Wifi optimized for multi-device homes
The multi-user MIMO technology improves Wifi speed in a multiple-device environment. Skip the hassle of setting up your Wifi from scratch. CM-32 comes preconfigured with a unique network name (SSID) and password printed on the bottom of the router.
|Network Standard||IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11ac, IPv4, IPv6|
|Modem||32 x 8 CableLabs DOCSIS 3.0 certified|
|Data Rate||802.11ac : up to 1734 Mbps|
|Antenna||External antenna x 4|
|Transmit/Receive||MIMO technology 2.4 GHz 4 x 4 5 GHz 4 x 4|
|Ports||RJ45 for Gigabits BaseT for WAN x 1, RJ45 for Gigabits BaseT for LAN x 4 USB 2.0 x 2 Coaxial Port x 1|
|Processor||Intel 1.6GHz combined processor|
|Note||Works with Comcast XFINITY and Spectrum (Legacy Time Warner Cable and legacy Charter), and Cox. Legacy Bright House Networks are coming soon.|
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|Are batteries included?||No||No||No||No||No||No|
|Are batteries required?||No||No||No||No||No||No|
|Connectivity Technology||usb 2, ethernet, wired, usb, wireless, rj45||Wi-Fi Built In, Ethernet||Wi-Fi Built In, Ethernet, USB||ethernet, wireless||Wifi, Two (2) 10/100/1000 LAN Gigabit Ethernet ports with auto-sensing technology, One (1) USB 2.0 port||WLAN, USB, LAN|
|Data Transfer Rate||2534 Mb per second||686 Mb per second||1400 Mb per second||1900 Mb per second||1300 Mb per second||1.9 Gb per second|
|Item Dimensions||7.40 x 2.36 x 11.81 inches||6.77 x 1.97 x 6.58 inches||9.72 x 4.06 x 9.50 inches||7.69 x 2.25 x 9.50 inches||7.79 x 2.52 x 7.68 inches||11.65 x 11.02 x 3.94 inches|
|Item Weight||2.09 lbs||1.96 lbs||2.64 lbs||2.64 lbs||3.53 ounces||1.60 lbs|
The ASUS CM-32 combines a DOCSIS 3. 0 32x8 cable modem with an AC2600 Wi-Fi router powered by an Intel Puma processor to deliver full bandwidth performance and wireless coverage without monthly rental fees. Dual USB 2. 0 allows you to share printers and external USB drives, including remote access via a I cloud.
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With that out of the way I ultimately decided to purchase this Asus CM-16 16x4 cable modem due to price and the fact that the 16x4 Arris Surfboard SB6183 has a few crazy reviews. Apparently the Arris Surfboard SB6183 runs extremely hot and sometimes gives off a nasty burning smell. This modem was going to be in my living room and regularly around young children so I opted to try this Asus CM-16 cable modem.
The tech who installed cable services to my house called in to have the modem provisioned and initially they tried to tell him that the modem was not an approved device, but backed down once I told them it was on their approved list of devices. Once it was provisioned, about 3 resets later and I was up and running. The technician complimented me on the modem twice saying he could not believe how quickly it rebooted and came back online. He said their normal modem they provide usually takes about 5 minutes to reboot and resync, while this Asus CM-16 was taking about half that time.
I've only been using the modem for 24 hours now, but so far it is providing the internet speeds I am paying for and it is not putting off much heat at all. I paired this cable modem with an ASUS RT-ACRH13 Dual-Band 2x2 AC1300 Wifi 4-port Gigabit Router with USB 3.0 and the wireless network smokes my old internet provider's 2-Wire modem both in range and speed transferring between devices. I'll update this review after I have spent more time with the Asus CM-16 16x4 Cable Modem.
::Update 1 - 3 Weeks::
I've been using the ASUS CM-16 16x4 Cable Modem for 3 weeks now. Other than once when there was a Comcast outage in my neighborhood, it has worked perfectly. I have not reset the modem at all yet and there is no crazy heat or funny smells. The cable modem is barely even warm every time I've touched it, even when it's downloading large Xbox One games or updates. So far I am very happy with my cable modem purchase.
::Update 2 - 2 Months::
We still have not had any major issues with this Asus cable modem. We've lost power a few times one night, but it worked fine once the power was back up. It still is barely warm to the touch, silent, and quick to reconnect to Xfinity. The LED lights are a little on the bright side some nights, but they do not seem to bother my kids in their rooms.
::Update 3 - 3 Months::
Still going strong. I did reset my router and cable modem the other day because I was having some difficulty with the internet. Everything came back up though.
::Update 4 - 13 Months::
Over the past year I've reset it 3 times I believe. Once there was definitely something going on, because the internet came back up afterwards. Still no issues with heat or smells. Extremely happy with my purchase.
I did NOT get this modem at a discount for my opinion or any of that garbage.
The router came shipped with ASUS Firmware version 220.127.116.11. The current version is 18.104.22.168.384_20287 . AUSUS's site tells you that there is no way to update the firmware. I encountered some problems configuring the VPN Client on the router and the only solution from the web is to be on a more current version of firmware which is impossible. I regret wasting so much time trying to get this product to work.
Honestly, the setup out of the box was extremely simple... plug it in, attach the coax to the back, wait about 5 minutes and then log into the device and go to Comcast's activation site, enter my account info and wait a few minutes again. While it was simple, ASUS' instructions were incorrect... they stated to go to "router.asus.com" but apparently that is no longer the supported method. Having experience with this, I immediately entered the IP address of the device (mine defaulted to 192.168.1.1) and boom, the initial setup screen appeared! After it was all said and done, the process from start to finish took all of 20 minutes!
Holy transfer speeds batman! I spent most of the first day running speed tests every hour or so and I'm averaging 117Mb/s... effectively double what I was getting using the default equipment from Comcast. Internal network performance has vastly improved as well (I have 1 computer, a NAS, 2 tablets, 2 smartphones, a PS4, and a Smart TV connected) with no noticeable drop in transfer speeds while streaming Netflix or utilizing Plex. While I haven't been running this device for a long duration, it's already out performing Comcast's equipment to the point that I will NEVER again "rent" from them.
There were 2 minor issues... the first, like I said, the instructions were slightly incorrect with how to connect to the device. The second issue, and this is kind of nit-picky... there were a couple of typos in the setup screens (siNg instead of sigN being the most prominent).
I'm definitely impressed with the ASUS... from how easy it was to connect and setup to how well it performs. This is definitely one solid device. If you are looking to move away from Comcast's craptastic equipment, I would whole-heartedly suggest that you bite the bullet and purchase this device.