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NETGEAR C3000 Cable Modem + Router gateway. Save $40 + FS $59.99

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"NETGEAR C3000 Cable Mosem + Router gateway. Save $40 + FS $59.99"

What does a Cable Mosem do?
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"NETGEAR C3000 Cable Mosem + Router gateway. Save $40 + FS $59.99"

What does a Cable Mosem do?
Step up from Modem. New tech Mosem.. haha fixed typo
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Cable Modem -- 8 downstream and 4 upstream channels
WIFI only 2.4 GHz 300M speed.

I prefer get separate cable modem and router with better performance.
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hurray thanks op
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Serious question... does a combo modem allow for the router to be turned off and a separate router used?
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Serious question... does a combo modem allow for the router to be turned off and a separate router used?
The wifi can be turned off. There's button in front to press to turn the wifi on and off.
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The wifi can be turned off. There's button in front to press to turn the wifi on and off.
I think he is asking about whether the combo unit can be used like a modem with a separate router. This can be achieved if the combo unit allows pass through or bridging.
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I think he is asking about whether the combo unit can be used like a modem with a separate router. This can be achieved if the combo unit allows pass through or bridging.
If wifi can be turned off, obviously the modem have ethernet ports (it has 2) for wired connections that can be used for another router.
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N? N?? N???
Srsly???

For people wo don't know much about router tech: stay away from this. This is so outdated, you wouldn't wanna buy it even if they sell it at $10.
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If wifi can be turned off, obviously the modem have ethernet ports (it has 2) for wired connections that can be used for another router.
Sure. But are you going to want to deal with a double NAT?
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I have N600 model. The router can be disabled so you can just use it as cable modem and add a router. But I don't know what dealing with double NAT means.
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Sure. But are you going to want to deal with a double NAT?
no need to worry about the NAT, just configurate 192.168.0.10 - 192.168.0.255 as the DHCP, the connected wifi router set the LAN address as 192.168.0.2, disable the DHCP that is it.
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no need to worry about the NAT, just configurate 192.168.0.10 - 192.168.0.255 as the DHCP, the connected wifi router set the LAN address as 192.168.0.2, disable the DHCP that is it.
...or...here's an idea...just buy a freaking modem and not deal with it! Besides I have never been able to "configurate" ANYTHING!
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N? N?? N???
Srsly???

For people wo don't know much about router tech: stay away from this. This is so outdated, you wouldn't wanna buy it even if they sell it at $10.
Ditto. This modem is Wi-Fi 4 (N), nobody needs to be buying a modem this old in 2020. Wi-Fi 5 (AC) has been available for years and Wi-Fi 6 (AX) is already available.
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