NETGEAR Cable Modem CM500 – Compatible with all Cable Providers including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 300 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0

February 22, 2020 - Comment

The NETGEAR CM500 high speed Cable Modem provides a connection to high-speed cable Internet, up to 680Mbps. It is cable labs Certified and with DOCSIS 3. 0 is 16x faster than 2. 0 devices. It works with U. S. Cable Internet provider Comcast XFINITY & more. It is not compatible with cable bundled Voice services.

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The NETGEAR CM500 high speed Cable Modem provides a connection to high-speed cable Internet, up to 680Mbps. It is cable labs Certified and with DOCSIS 3. 0 is 16x faster than 2. 0 devices. It works with U. S. Cable Internet provider Comcast XFINITY & more. It is not compatible with cable bundled Voice services.

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Anonymous says:

Bam! Saved $11/month in 2 days and 5 minutes! (UPDATED 4/5) Five minutes after arriving on our doorstep, the new cable modem is up and running. Bracing myself for difficulty with Comcast, I was pleased at how easy setup was without ever having to speak to Comcast’s clueless CS. Using a laptop with an Ethernet jack, here’s how easy it was:1) Wrote down my Comcast account number (This is the MOST important step!!!)2) Connected modem to cable, power, and phone line3) Connected Ethernet cable to modem and computer4) Waited three minutes for the first three lights to blink steady (they’ll blink and flash while the modem is syncing. You could wait up to 10 minutes for sync).5) Turned off WiFi6) Opened web browser, and Firefox had a nice little ‘show login page’ button appeared (if this doesn’t show, you can go to xfinity.com/activate)7) Entered my account number and street address8) The modem reset itself. I plugged that into my Luma and we were off to the races!Ironically,…

Anonymous says:

Using the CM600: What it is; what it isn’t, and why that’s a good thing The Netgear CM600 cable modem is an ultimately reliable DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem for service speeds up to 300 Mb/sec or faster. Unlike the company’s CM700 model, it does not incorporate the troublesome Intel Puma 6 chipset found in many higher-end cable midems, making it a more reliable choice.There may be a downside for some, having little to do with the CM600. When accessing the CM600 interface, it is noted that ALL firmware upgrades can only be provided by the ISP (in my case, Spectrum). Whether Spectrum will upgrade said firmware (when and if necessary) is questionable, though it would be to their advantage.It has also been explained that Spectrum cannot remotely troubleshoot issues in “non-standard,” cable modem/routers. These being anything other than the standard free cable modem/routers Spectrum installs as part of their service. They can, however, initiate a reboot and validate that the CM600 is functioning.Funny, this seems more like a…

Anonymous says:

Average Guy, not a techie We have Comcast, this modem is supported by Comcast and it’s super easy to set up. It took less than ten minutes. If you have Comcast there are specific instructions to set it up. Very easy.The modem works so far. Our internet speeds are where they are supposed to be.Stop renting your modem and buy it!As for technical stuff I have no idea what any of it is without googling something.I paired it with a LINKSYS EA7300 wireless router and am now enjoying way better connectivity.

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