Linksys High Speed DOCSIS 3.0 24×8 Cable Modem, for Comcast/Xfinity, Time Warner, Cox & Charter (CM3024) (Renewed)

February 22, 2020 - Comment

The CM3024 Cable Modem puts you in control of the Internet you’re paying for from existing ISP plans up to 300 Mbps. Compatible with major cable providers, you eliminate monthly modem rental fees. Delivering stable, high-speed connectivity for multimedia streaming, online gaming, and more it is equipped with 24 download and 8 upload channels. It

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The CM3024 Cable Modem puts you in control of the Internet you’re paying for from existing ISP plans up to 300 Mbps. Compatible with major cable providers, you eliminate monthly modem rental fees. Delivering stable, high-speed connectivity for multimedia streaming, online gaming, and more it is equipped with 24 download and 8 upload channels. It features an Intel Puma 5 chipset to achieve high-speed downstream and upstream performance. Certified for DOCSIS 3.0, the CM3024 features easy plug and play setup.

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Anonymous says:

Great modem. I’m not a gamer so I do … Great modem. I’m not a gamer so I do not see any problems while streaming movies, youtube or whatever on ROKU. set up was a snap. Xfinity actually opened right up when I turned my computer back on and it had me activate it right online. It rebooted the modem automatically and boom online. Gave Comcast my serial# and mac address at the store when I gave them their modem back. No loss of speed at all, so far so good. I got the refurb for $40 so it will pay for itself in 4 months..

Anonymous says:

Not Comcast Compatible Would not work with Comcast. After multiple attempts and about an hour on the phone, Comcast was unable to register the modem because it was already registered to a different account. I tried calling multiple times. Staff spoke to managers. No one could register it. The product was advertised as “Certified with Comcast/Xfinity,” and it doesn’t work. Now I’m out fifty bucks and still have to pay the $10 a month for Comcast’s spotty modem.

Anonymous says:

Works as advertised It’s hard to be fully test a cable modem, you’ll need a lab with some network testing equipment for that. From my perspective, if I can get the speed my internet provider says I should be getting and if the device doesn’t fail for no apparent reason then I’m fine, which is the case here. I bought this to replace a CM3008 which is a model in the same family of devices that is designed for a little slower speed. The CM3008 is MUCH smaller compared to this device here and it seems like a lot of the device casing is actually empty but I’m sure they had a reason for building bigger even if some of the real estate is not really used. It’s still a pretty compact device though. Installation is very easy, this time I didn’t actually go into the device interface, I just connected and called my provider to activate, it was working fine after a few minutes on the phone with them. With the price I paid and the fee they charge for their modem, the modem will pay for itself in less than 6 months. I…

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