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TP-Link AC1200 DOCSIS 3.0 (16x4) Wireless Wi-Fi Cable Modem Router CR500 $79.99 + Free Shipping

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What's the difference between a cable modem router and the regular router?
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What's the difference between a cable modem router and the regular router?
A modem turns your coaxial cable connection from the cable company into an internet connection that then can be connected to a router to send that signal through your house.

This device combines those functions. That does not make this better. It's up to you and your needs.
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What's the difference between a cable modem router and the regular router?
Buying modem and router separately is really advised. Nothing wrong with the deal but it's bettter to buy them separately to diagnose problems and for tweaking.
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I bought the Arris SB8200 for $90 at Walmart yesterday. YMMV though.

https://brickseek.com/walmart-inv...u=55670534
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Get a standalone modem and then buy ubiquiti products (gateway,switch,Access point) you'll never look back.
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Can I use it on my Cox network for 100/100 connection? how it is compared to Arris T2472 which cox gives for rent?
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Get a standalone modem and then buy ubiquiti products (gateway,switch,Access point) you'll never look back.
What's the advantage of an ubiquiti to other routers? Too lazy to google it.
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Can I use it on my Cox network for 100/100 connection? how it is compared to Arris T2472 which cox gives for rent?
https://www.cox.com/residential/s...cr500.html
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What's the advantage of an ubiquiti to other routers? Too lazy to google it.
Well imo all home grade networking equipment is garbage. First off, wireless gateways, which is what this is, arent good. You're performance is impacted because it's doing multiple tasks.

Now wireless products on the market just arent very reliable. My nighthawk took a dump a year in. And netgear gives 90 day support and low warranty. Not to mention i had to reboot the thing every 2 weeks it seems.

Ubiquiti makes small-medium business grade equipment that is well respected by tech savy people. Not only is it reliable and performs well, but its very affordable.

For me to get a gateway (router+firewall capable of vpn, qos, ips, other advanced features) , switch (fully managed, vlans, poe, 8 ports) and the 4x4 MIMU Access Point, its only $430.

Now you can add multiple access points and manage EVERYTHING via one central management product.

They even have 10gig products available for reasonable prices. Considering people spend 200+ on some netgear/asus router alone, these are great and will outperform any of that crap.
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Good for Xfinity?
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Good for Xfinity?
Yes. Comcast allowed them to display the logo on the package since they certified it.
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Well imo all home grade networking equipment is garbage. First off, wireless gateways, which is what this is, arent good. You're performance is impacted because it's doing multiple tasks.

Now wireless products on the market just arent very reliable. My nighthawk took a dump a year in. And netgear gives 90 day support and low warranty. Not to mention i had to reboot the thing every 2 weeks it seems.

Ubiquiti makes small-medium business grade equipment that is well respected by tech savy people. Not only is it reliable and performs well, but its very affordable.

For me to get a gateway (router+firewall capable of vpn, qos, ips, other advanced features) , switch (fully managed, vlans, poe, 8 ports) and the 4x4 MIMU Access Point, its only $430.

Now you can add multiple access points and manage EVERYTHING via one central management product.

They even have 10gig products available for reasonable prices. Considering people spend 200+ on some netgear/asus router alone, these are great and will outperform any of that crap.
That's weird my $60 tmob Asus router is rock solid, never reboot and is fast with good signal. You probably got a dud
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Get a standalone modem and then buy ubiquiti products (gateway,switch,Access point) you'll never look back.
I have the CM 700 cable modem by Netgear. Which router would you recommend from Ubiquiti? I would need a minimalist router for 1200 square feet apartment and o have no NAS requirements. I mainly use WiF for 3 to 5 devices and one Ethernet port for my 6th device.
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