Netgear C6300-100NAS AC1750 (16×4) DOCSIS 3.0 WiFi Cable Modem Router Combo (C6300) Certified for Xfinity from Comcast, Spectrum, Cox, Cablevision & more

February 22, 2020 - Comment

The NETGEAR AC1750 Wi-Fi DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem Router provides the fastest cable speed available with an AC1750 Wi-Fi router and integrated DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem, with up to 680 Mbps. Cable Labs certified to work with all major cable Internet providers such as Cablevision, Cox, Time Warner Cable, XFINITY and more.

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The NETGEAR AC1750 Wi-Fi DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem Router provides the fastest cable speed available with an AC1750 Wi-Fi router and integrated DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem, with up to 680 Mbps. Cable Labs certified to work with all major cable Internet providers such as Cablevision, Cox, Time Warner Cable, XFINITY and more.

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Anonymous says:

CAUTION- Unreliable modem and horrible customer service! I experienced the exact same issue as James Lutz and many other recent reviewers. Purchased the C6300 just 8 months ago, thinking I was getting a far superior product from a good company. Today it stopped with no explanation. Called Comcast but the signal was fine on their part. The guy suggested renting their modem because equipment breaks and they replace if needed. I scoffed at the idea and said I’d call Netgear, I had new equipment and expected good service, unlike with Comcast. Ha, was I proven wrong! The Netgear tech proceeded to diagnose the problem, went to great lengths to demonstrate was not a hardware problem and therefore past 3 month warranty. She said she knew exactly how to fix but I would have to pay $159 for one year extended coverage or $239 for 2 year coverage. I said that was ridiculous given it was not even a year old and she finally said that for $50 they would offer a one time fix. I wasn’t as smart as James because I paid it, only to go through the “push…

Anonymous says:

Highly recommend for Comcast Xfinity… Love this device! Backstory: I just moved into an apartment in Chicago. I pay for Comcast Xfinity’s 75 Mbps for a great rate of $39.99/month. After much research, I decided to buy this unit instead of renting Comcast’s modem for $10/month. Since this is a modem/router combo, I’m able to use this one device to send the wifi throughout my apartment. I have a large-ish and LONG apartment with at least 3 large rooms (and one long hallway), so I keep this modem/router in the middle room. According to Speedtest.net, with my PC connected with an ethernet cable, I get 90 Mbps (much more than I even pay for– when does that even happen?). The wifi in the other rooms is about 20-40 Mbps, depending on how far away I am from the center of the apartment.The box comes with VERY easy instructions and even specifically had a section talking about Xfinity… It told me how to startup my internet using a comcast special website, instead of having to call the company and give any MAC…

Anonymous says:

Garbage – Nothing but problems FIRMWARE UPGRADESI am a network systems coordinator. Please know that you are buying a cable modem that its firmware can only be updated by your Internet Provider. So, you hardware is only as good as the firmware that your cable provider allows. Depending on your ISP, most do not update your firmware, because it’s not their hardware, and they want you to use (and pay for) their hardware. Many of the problems that I have, have been corrected in firmware updates that my ISP will not download. They choose to keep crippled firmware in place, and you are stuck with a very expensive boat anchor.NETGEAR APPLICATIONSNetgear’s software (Genie) should be shoved back into the bottle. The Genie application, Mobile App and Web application, are slow, and unresponsive. Hard to make changes and causes your network to dropout continuously. That is the same across all their hardware offerings.I would go with another product line, and stay away from anything from…

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