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NETGEAR N600 Wi-Fi DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem Router (C3700)
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- Two-in-One DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem + WiFi Router delivers N600 Dual Band WiFi and up to 340Mbps modem speed
- Certified to work with Cable Internet Providers like XFINITY from Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox, Cablevision, Bright House Networks, & More (Not Compatible with Cable Bundled Voice Services)
- 8x4 channel bonding enables up to 340 Mbps download speeds
- Fast self-activation for XFINITY customers - Get connected without a service call. NETGEAR genie - easily install, monitor & control your home network
- Gigabit Ethernet Ports for fast wired, connections USB port to wirelessly share your hard drive
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|Data Transfer Rate||300||680 Megabits Per Second||300 Megabits Per Second||300 Megabits Per Second|
|Total Lan Ports||2||4||4||4|
|Wireless Comm Standard||2.4 ghz radio frequency||801 11 AC||802 11 ABGN||802 11 BGN|
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From the Manufacturer
- Cost effective – Eliminate monthly fees
- Two-in-one – Cable modem plus N600 WiFi router
- Supports 8 download & 4 upload channels
- Fast self-activation for XFINITY customers – get connected without a service call
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N600 WiFi Cable Modem Router
Get 8 times faster download speeds with this 2-in-1 N600 WiFi router and integrated DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem, with up to 340 Mbps. Works with all major cable Internet providers such as Comcast XFINITY, Time Warner Cable, Cox, Cablevision & more.
- N600 Dual Band WiFI – 300+300Mbps
- Cable Internet speeds up to 340Mbps
- Supports 8 download & 4 upload channels for efficient & reliable Internet access
- CableLabs DOCSIS 3.0 Certified to work with US cable Internet providers like Comcast XFINITY, Time Warner Cable, Cox, Cablevision & more
Speed and Range
Fastest WiFi – Up to 300+300Mbps.
DOCSIS 3.0 – Up to 8x faster cable Internet speeds than 2.0.
Channel Bonding – Fastest Cable Internet speeds during peak hours.
Gigabit Wired – Ideal for HD gaming & video streaming.
Better Range – WiFi coverage for large homes.
Simultaneous Dual Band – Reduces WiFi interference.
Easy to Use
Easy Install – Easy setup for iPad, tablets, smartphones & computers.
Push ‘n’ Connect – Easy push button WiFi connections (WPS).
WiFi & Power on/off – Convenient power savings.
Works with cable Internet providers like Comcast XFINITY, Time Warner Cable, Cox, Cablevision & more.
Sharing and Security
DLNA – Find & play your media on DLNA TVs & game consoles.
ReadySHARE USB Access – Wirelessly access & share USB hard drive via the USB port.
Guest Network Access – Separate & secure access for guests.
Secure WiFi connections – Highest level wireless security with WPA/WPA2.
- N600 Cable Modem Router
- Ethernet cable
- Quick install guide
- Power adapter
Top Customer Reviews
For those who aren't sure what is meant by "dual band," it means that when you go to connect to a wireless network, you'll see two signals there coming from this router that you can connect to (using the default password provided on a little sticker on the unit itself). The 2.4 GHz band connection is slower and likely more congested with most of your neighbors who are probably using this band, but it has a longer wireless range than the the 5 GHz band, which is likely much less congested due to the need for both a 5 GHz capable router as well as a 5 GHz capable wireless card in your computer or device, and much faster (double for me), but with shorter range.
Unless/until you change them using the Genie software (covered below), they'll probably show up in the list as something like NETGEAR for the 2.4 band, and NETGEAR 5G if your wireless card is 5 GHz capable. It's usually a good idea to change these to something more unique so that potential hackers don't know what router/gateway you are using. On with my personal results . . .
I don't like wires, so I only connect wirelessly, and I can only tell you what my wireless connection results have been living in a 1000 sq. ft., 2 bedroom condo in the heart of Los Angeles where right now I'm seeing 16 other 2.Read more ›
I read everything that came with the unit, and then downloaded the user manual (you can get it off the web by searching for CG3000Dv2 user manual or going to the Netgear site). I'm not particularly tech-savvy, and found the user manual to be somewhat less than user friendly since they wrote it as if you knew what they were talking about. In the end, I found that you really only need it to change your passwords (both to the gateway and for your wifi) to something a bit more memorable and provide a network name (SSIP) so you can identify it easily when trying to connect wireless devices (neither of these are mandatory changes, but I like my own network name and passwords). I'm sure others who are more techy than I am will find the user manual helpful for other things, too.
Having read everything I thought I could reasonably understand, I decided to go ahead and try to get it up and running. I really didn't want to call Comcast because of what many other reviewers complained about. One reviewer noted I could just get it activated using the internet, so I figured I'd do it that way. I followed the instructions in the quick installation guide, connected all the wires/cables, and turned it on. I had no problems connecting to the gateway as instructed, I then named my network and changed the password. Then came the time to get it activated so I could use the internet. Great idea to do that via the internet, but I had no internet connection on my computer because the modem/router wasn't activated yet (backwards logic here, I suppose). Went out on the net on my 4G device to the Comcast activation site.Read more ›
A point of note however that hasn't been previously discussed, is that Comcast/ Xfinity wants you to tell them its make and model;
Make is Netgear
Model is CG3000Dv2
if you tell them "N450-100NAS" for the model, they will tell you the device isn't supported. I didn't find this out until the third-party installer was at the house. He was trying to register the device as the "100NAS" when I looked a little closer at the box and saw CG3000Dv2. Once he gave them that info, there were no more issues.
Cons: This isn't a fault of this product, but if you get your home phone and internet through Time Warner Cable you'll need to keep the Time Warner modem for the phone service and use this one for the internet. Pro is Time Warner no longer charges me for rental of their modem since the modem is only used for phone. Since both modems require their own coaxial cable, a coaxial splitter and a separate coaxial cord was needed for me to continue my current phone and internet service. When I purchased this I hadn't anticpated needing to keep the old modem or needing the extra coaxial cord and splitter.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great Modem. Got for new service with comcast and works wonderful.Published 52 minutes ago by Amazon Customer
I live in a midsize one bedroom apartment and I barely get one bar on the opposite side, about 30 feet away going through one small wall. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by TJ
This router worked right out of the box. Compatible with TWC and is currently saving me 10 dollars every month. Read morePublished 8 hours ago by Jnava
Product arrived when it was supposed to and easy to set up. I didn't want to have to pay a rental fee from my cable provider for wifi a friend told me about this and how easy it... Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Bought it on sale here 6 months ago. Works flawlessly. No complaints yet!Published 17 hours ago by J. R. Acot
This modem was easy to install and I had no issues with TWC switching out modems however I do find that I have to reset this modem more and I have yet to get my work laptop sync'd... Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Jazmin B.
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