NETGEAR DOCSIS 3.1 Gigabit Cable Modem. Max download speeds of 6.0 Gbps, For XFINITY by Comcast, Spectrum, and Cox. Compatible with Gig-Speed from Xfinity (CM1000)

February 22, 2020 - Comment

The CM1000 ultra-high speed cable modem, with speeds up to 1Gbps and DOCSIS 3.1 is 10X faster than DOCSIS 3.0 devices. It’s backward compatible with DOCSIS 3.0 and ready for future service plan upgrades. A Gigabit Ethernet port provides faster access and downloads. Plus, there are no monthly rental fees.

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The CM1000 ultra-high speed cable modem, with speeds up to 1Gbps and DOCSIS 3.1 is 10X faster than DOCSIS 3.0 devices. It’s backward compatible with DOCSIS 3.0 and ready for future service plan upgrades. A Gigabit Ethernet port provides faster access and downloads. Plus, there are no monthly rental fees.

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Anonymous says:

How to get the MOST speed from your Gigabit internet (I have Xfinity) I don’t do reviews often but I want to help my geek friends save days of research and frustration that I went through to finally get the absolute most speed out of my Gigabit internet. There’s some golden nuggets here that you need to know.When I first upgraded to the new gigabit here in Denver (from Xfinity), it was using their new Cable Modem/Router device (XB6-A) and I was only getting 500 Mbps download speed. It was also lagging in our house when several people were gaming and others were downloading, or even accessing intensive web-pages. (lagging = pings were going up).Since upgrading to this Netgear CM1000, upgrading my cabling, and factory resetting my router, I’m now getting the most download throughput (~941 Mbps) and the lowest pings I’ve EVER seen! Connection is rock solid throughout the house.SHORT ANSWER: Get this Netgear CM, upgrade your ethernet cables to Cat 6 (or Cat 5E for short distances) and then Factory Reset your router to…

Anonymous says:

Stuck if ISP doesn’t update the firmware Here is the issue with this product. The firmware of the device can not be upgraded manually. Netgear says ISPs will push the upgrade. Talking to the ISP in this case Optimum online says “They won’t update customer’s own devices”. I called the Netgear support and the lady I spoke with said exactly what I read in the netgear site. “There is no manual upgrade available”. She didn’t believe me when I said ISP is not pushing the upgrades if they are not renting the modem. She actually made a call to optimum online support teleconferencing me in, after a lot of waiting she got the same answer. Finally she told me that there is no other way. I don’t want to be stuck with old firmware forever. (Currently I had V2.01.15 and Comcast is already using V3.01.04. There is already a gap) Returning the modem now.

Anonymous says:

Reboots needed but with reason (Updated 3-11-17) I went against the reviews I was reading and decided to get this modem. The modem itself is great. After doing some digging there is a firmware issue with 2.01.14 and Netgear is supposed to be updating to 2.01.15 on Cox and Comcast. I called Comcast and they said they don’t have any information regarding this update as of yet. The firmware issue is what is causing the T3 and T4 timeouts. I hope they get this fixed. I was really excited to have a modem do what it was advertised to do.Update 2-15-17I rebooted this morning and the modem received the new firmware version, 2.01.15. I have been using it for a while and the uncorrectables are at 0 and the correctables are no higher than 50 per channel. I show no errors in the log all day. I am running a Mumble server with 5 people connected so there is sufficient up/down to make it hiccup. Will update again accordingly.Update 3-11-17I have been using the modem with the updated firmware for about a month…

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