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Netgear CM1100-100NAR Nighthawk DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem - Certified Refurbished - $109

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Previously was on sale for $95 but I missed out. It's back in stock for $109 or $102 on eBay.

https://www.dealparade.com/comput...00-100nar/

EBay link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/133291853719
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Anyone have experience with the refurbs from this seller or in general? I'm in the market for a one of these modems and they're $150 new at Costco
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Anyone have experience with the refurbs from this seller or in general? I'm in the market for a one of these modems and they're $150 new at Costco
Here's the link to the previous deal. didnt read through it but might give more insight.

https://slickdeals.net/f/14052140-netgear-cm1100-32x8-docsis-3-1-cable-modem-refurb-94-99-free-ship-at-dealparade?attrsrc=Test%3AElasticsearchIntegration%3AElasticsearch_rev3&src=SiteSearchV2Algo1
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Be careful with refurb cable modems. If it was registered to a previous customer of Xfinity, then Xfinity will not let you register the modem to your account. I just spent an hour on the phone today dealing with this problem on a refurb modem I bought on Amazon. It's a common problem as I discovered reading reviews on Amazon. And Xfinity will not budge nor will they contact the previous owner to get permission to transfer registration.
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Be careful with refurb cable modems. If it was registered to a previous customer of Xfinity, then Xfinity will not let you register the modem to your account. I just spent an hour on the phone today dealing with this problem on a refurb modem I bought on Amazon. It's a common problem as I discovered reading reviews on Amazon. And Xfinity will not budge nor will they contact the previous owner to get permission to transfer registration.
Man am I glad I saw this! Thanks, that was a close one
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I'm seeing $109 on eBay.
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This modem only has 2 internet ports and I need 4. Is there anything adapter I can buy to add 2 more ports?
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This modem only has 2 internet ports and I need 4. Is there anything adapter I can buy to add 2 more ports?
Yes, it's called a router.
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Yes, it's called a router.
Oookay. I guess I should have been more specific as to why I need more ports. I have a tp link mesh wifi system that's one port, a desktop pc that's 2, a security alarm system homebase that's 3 and a security video camera homebase that's 4. And that's why I need for more than 2 internet ports. My current 3.0 modem/router has 4 oorts but I want to upgrade to a 3.1 docsis Modem.
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Oookay. I guess I should have been more specific as to why I need more ports. I have a tp link mesh wifi system that's one port, a desktop pc that's 2, a security alarm system homebase that's 3 and a security video camera homebase that's 4. And that's why I need for more than 2 internet ports. My current 3.0 modem/router has 4 oorts but I want to upgrade to a 3.1 docsis Modem.
Your current device is a modem router combo. This is a modem only. You need a router. You cannot plug multiple things into a modem. Your TP-Link mesh system is a router. I don't know off the top of my head how many ports are on it, but if you need more than whatever is on it, you can add a switch.
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That's what I thought but I plugged everything into my current modem/router combo and the tp link and the other homebase are working. Since it it's all working I'm not in a rush to upgrade but I guess I should look for a 3.1 modem/router instead because the tp link doesn't have any other porta besides the one one for the modem.
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That's what I thought but I plugged everything into my current modem/router combo and the tp link and the other homebase are working. Since it it's all working I'm not in a rush to upgrade but I guess I should look for a 3.1 modem/router instead because the tp link doesn't have any other porta besides the one one for the modem.
Well, yeah, it works because it's a modem router combo.
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