TP-Link DOCSIS 3.0 (16×4) High Speed Cable Modem, Max Download Speeds of 686Mbps, Certified for Comcast XFINITY, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Charter, Spectrum (TC-7620)

February 22, 2020 - Comment

Get the most out of your cable Internet and eliminate monthly rental fees with the TC-7620 modem, certified for XFINITY from Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Stream video in HD and game online seamlessly with the high-performance modem’s 686Mbps download speed. DOCSIS 3.0 technology enhances your network’s security and creates faster throughput with an innovative

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Get the most out of your cable Internet and eliminate monthly rental fees with the TC-7620 modem, certified for XFINITY from Comcast and Time Warner Cable. Stream video in HD and game online seamlessly with the high-performance modem’s 686Mbps download speed. DOCSIS 3.0 technology enhances your network’s security and creates faster throughput with an innovative channel bonding feature.Compatible with cable internet plans up to 300Mbps*,Compatible with major cable ISPs, including XFINITY from Comcast, Cox Communications, Spectrum and more.

Maximum cable internet uplink and downlink speeds are the transmission rates that the device is capable of and certified for based on CableLabs DOCSIS 3.0 technology. Actual cable internet uplink and downlink speeds are not guaranteed and will vary according to your cable provider, MSO provisioning, and the speed tier of your subscription. Some modems are not compatible with certain cable providers. Please check with your cable provider to verify whether this modem is compatible with their service. Broadband cable service is required to use this device. Not compatible with voice services. Frequency Range: 88 to 1002 MHz (edge to edge) and 5 to 42MHz (edge to edge); Interface Available: 1 F-Connector (Female 75έ), 1 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet Interface (RJ45), 1 Power Jack; Protocols Supported: Network: IP ICMP ARP, Transport: TCP UDP

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Anonymous says:

BE AWARE! Spectrum takes overnight before you receive your full download speed. Can I just say that working with Spectrum is a pain-in-the-***!When I used this modem for a 300mbps link with Spectrum, I was initially only getting 30mbps download speed. Spectrum was adamant that they had passed all the correct configuration files to the modem, and that I should contact TP-Link for additional support. Having worked in the networking business I knew that all cable modem hardware is “locked” and that all firmware/config files must be provided by the cable company, but I reach out to TP-Link (who was very responsive!), but they told me what I already knew, all firmware/config updates have to come directly from the cable provider. There is not even a UI or root access to the router to manually install firmware updates.So we went back and forth between Spectrum and TP-Link. TP-Link said I needed a later version of the firmware, but Spectrum said that they did not have that version of the firmware for this specific model (they said that…

Anonymous says:

TP-LINK TC-7620 & Archer C7 AC1750 like Thunder & Lightning! I recently purchased xfinity internet for my apartment & I am renting one of their modem/router. Unfortunately that router I am renting out for $10 a month isnt cutting it for me. My package is above 100Mbps & my average speeds were 30-50 Mbps.At first I purchased the Netgear N600 modem/router & I did not see any improvement, in fact it was worse than the modem Im renting from Comcast. The Netgear had worse range! After returning it & getting a refund I did some research & found out many people receive better results with buying a seperate router & modem. Although I do not like the look of having two boxes instead of one but I do like the results! I purchased the TP-LINK DOCSIS 3.0 TC-7620 & Archer C7 AC1750 & I am absolutely loving the results so far my speeds have tripled if not quadrupled!Speedtest.net ResultsEthernet connection: 91MbpsWireless 2.4G connection: 95MbpsWireless 5G connection: 120 Mbps…

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