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Can I use this router with my Comcast wireless modem?

asked on March 20, 2013

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I really don't know why you couldn't, but I would call Comcast and ask them. I have Charter Cable and it works great.
bckathy32 answered on March 20, 2013
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I use it with Comcast and have no issues, I can't speak to its compatibility with a wireless modem.
Devon answered on March 20, 2013
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A wireless modem, basically has a wireless router built in so there isn't a need for a seperate wireless router to have Wi-Fi. I don't see why you couldn't use this with your wireless modem. You basically turn your wireless modem into a regular modem by disabling the Wi-Fi and enable it on the Netgear Router. I use a c… see more A wireless modem, basically has a wireless router built in so there isn't a need for a seperate wireless router to have Wi-Fi. I don't see why you couldn't use this with your wireless modem. You basically turn your wireless modem into a regular modem by disabling the Wi-Fi and enable it on the Netgear Router. I use a comcast modem (not wireless) with this router - works fine. see less A wireless modem, basically has a wireless router built in so there isn't a need for a seperate wireless router to have Wi-Fi. I don't see why you couldn't use this with your wireless modem. You basically turn your wireless modem into a regular modem by disabling the Wi-Fi and enable it on the Netgear Router. I use a comcast modem (not wireless) with this router - works fine.
Customer answered on March 20, 2013
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Yes, absolutely.. although you should probably disable the Comcast wireless feature and hard-wire the modem to the router for best throughput. You might want to consider returning it to Comcast, though, and just invest in a new cable modem that's optimized for the AC features (DOCSIS 3.0).. unless the Comcast modem is… see more Yes, absolutely.. although you should probably disable the Comcast wireless feature and hard-wire the modem to the router for best throughput. You might want to consider returning it to Comcast, though, and just invest in a new cable modem that's optimized for the AC features (DOCSIS 3.0).. unless the Comcast modem is already DOCSIS 3.0 capable. Note that DOCSIS 3.1 is due out in 2014, but I doubt you would want to wait that long. see less Yes, absolutely.. although you should probably disable the Comcast wireless feature and hard-wire the modem to the router for best throughput. You might want to consider returning it to Comcast, though, and just invest in a new cable modem that's optimized for the AC features (DOCSIS 3.0).. unless the Comcast modem is already DOCSIS 3.0 capable. Note that DOCSIS 3.1 is due out in 2014, but I doubt you would want to wait that long.
l.b. answered on March 21, 2013
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