Linksys DOCSIS 3.0 8×4 Cable Modem Certified with Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox (CM3008)

February 22, 2020 - Comment

Invest in better Inter with CM3008 Cable Modem. For existing Internet plans up to 100 Mbps, it is certified by all major cable providers so you eliminate monthly modem rental fees. Delivering stable, high-speed connectivity for streaming and surfing, it is equipped with 8 download and 4 upload channels. It features an Intel Puma 5

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Invest in better Inter with CM3008 Cable Modem. For existing Internet plans up to 100 Mbps, it is certified by all major cable providers so you eliminate monthly modem rental fees. Delivering stable, high-speed connectivity for streaming and surfing, it is equipped with 8 download and 4 upload channels. It features an Intel Puma 5 chipset to achieve high-speed downstream and upstream performance. Certified for DOCSIS 3.0, the CM3008 features easy plug and play setup.

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Anonymous says:

Great Modem Comcast/Xfinity Great modem. I picked it up on a lightning deal. After reading reviews I was a little hesitant. However I have had no overheating issues and no connectivity issues. When running speed tests I am getting getting the speeds that I’m paying for. My service provider is Comcast/ Xfinity. Please note that when dealing with Comcast you may have to go to tier 2 tech support to get it connected because they hate when you use your own equipment as they lose the monthly equipment lease fee. They will claim that your modem is broken, do not listen to them demand to speak with tier 2 tech support.

Anonymous says:

Intel Puma 6 chipset included = Issues with online gaming and streaming media Avoid this product like the plague. It houses the Intel Puma 6 Chipset, which Intel has already admitted there was a flaw with.Long story short, intermittent processes within the modem choke the CPU which causes packet loss. Thus leading to issues with online gaming and streaming.Don’t believe any nonsense about a provider being able to “fix” the problem. Modem’s operate with an SDK(systems development kit). The profile your ISP sends to it, communicates with the SDK, it doesn’t change it.Stick with your old modem or buy one that doesn’t have this chipset.

Anonymous says:

(Old) Linksys CM100 vs (New) Linksys CM3008 Great little cable modem for the price. I had an older Linksys CM100 DOCSIS 2.0 cable modem, which was great for its time, but needed to be replaced. I have Comcast who kept telling me to upgrade my cable modem, but I never listened for the longest time. Ran a few internet speed tests and I was getting 34-35 on DL and 8 on UL on the CM100. Now comes in the CM3008, hook this bad boy up, which is very simple, and call Comcast to give them the new MAC address for the new modem. After a half hour with a Tech, they inputted the new MAC address, registered the modem, and synced it. Got off the phone and ran another internet speed test and got 90 on DL and 12 on UL.Moral of the story…..if you have an old cable modem (DOCSIS 2.0) and you are aware that your internet provider is wanting you to upgrade to 3.0…..DO IT!!!!! You will enjoy much better speeds!

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