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Linksys (Cisco) DPC3008 Advanced DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem(Comcast/Xfinity, Spectrum Time Warner, Charter, WOW, RCN + More!)
Linksys DPC3008 Advanced DOCSIS 3.0 Spectrum Time Warner Modem + more!
HIGH SPEED BROADBAND FOR UNINTERRUPTED STREAMING AND GAMING*
This, Cox, Comcast-certified, Spectrum Time Warner modem DPC3008 delivers high-bandwidth transfer speeds via your existing cable Internet system. With channel-bonding technology, you'll experience download speeds up to 340 Mbps and upload speeds up to 120 Mbps, perfect for streaming HD media, online gaming, media sharing, and surfing the web.
DOCSIS SUPPORT AND IPV6 TECHNOLOGY**
With support for DOCSIS 3.0, 2.0, and 1.1, the DPC3008 Spectrum Time Warner Modem allows for high-bandwidth transfer rates over your existing cable system to ensure you get top speeds from your cable broadband connection. The addition of IPv6 features provide you with the latest Internet Protocol technologies to keep your connection up-to-date.
AFFORDABLE, COMCAST AND SPECTRUM TIME WARNER MODEM CERTIFIED
Certified by Comcast and compatible with most major cable broadband providers, the DPC3008 Spectrum Time Warner Modem gives you freedom from monthly modem rental fees.
At a Glance:
- - 340 Mbps download and 120 Mbps upload speeds for high bandwidth
- - Gigabit Ethernet port for fast network connections
- - Comcast-certified with easy setup
- - DOCSIS 3.0 and IPv6 support ensure up-to-date connectivity
- - Eliminate monthly modem rental fees
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Features of this Spectrum Time Warner Modem
Stream and Game with Download Speeds up to 340 Mbps*
This Spectrum Time Warner Modem Linksys DPC3008 channel-bonding technology allows you to get the most out of your existing cable broadband connection. Supporting download speeds up to 340 Mbps and upload speeds up to 120 Mbps*, the DPC3008 Time Warner modem provides stable, high-speed connectivity ideal for simultaneous HD media streaming, online gaming, and browsing.
Expand Your Network with Gigabit Ethernet
By connecting a Wi-Fi router to the DPC3008's Gigabit Ethernet port, you can easily expand your network connectivity and achieve broadband speeds throughout your home or office. The Gigabit Ethernet port also provides a convenient connection point for a computer and features throughput up to 10 times faster than Fast Ethernet (which just delivers a maximum data transmission rate of 100 megabits per second).
Easy Plug-and-Play Setup
No CD is required for setup on this Spectrum Time Warner Modem. Simply plug the DPC3008 into a power source, then connect it to your existing cable outlet and your computer or laptop. Next, contact your cable broadband provider to activate. The status indicator LEDs on the front of the DPC3008 provide an informative troubleshooting tool in the event of connectivity issues, as well as an easy way to stay informed about the status of your connection.
High-Speed Connectivity with DOCSIS 3.0 and IPv6**
Featuring DOCSIS 3.0 support, the DPC3008 Spectrum Time Warner Modem allows for high-speed transfer rates over your existing cable connection with consistent, lag-free throughput. The addition of IPv6 support** ensures you can keep your Broadband connection current.
Minimum System Requirements
The DPC3008 requires an existing cable account. If you don't have an existing cable account, contact your local cable provider to sign up for broadband Internet service. This modem will not work with DSL service.
*Maximum speed varies depending on the service provided by the cable operator.
** IPv6 availability is dependent upon your ISP or Service Provider providing IPv6 capability.
Item is in QUALITY refurbished condition without box with EXTENDED WARRANTY and includes:
• Cisco DPC3008 Docis 3 Cable Modem
• Power Supply
• Cat5e patch cord
Cisco DPC3008 User Guide: https://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/video/at_home/Cable_Modems/3000_Series/4022345_B.pdf
Compact and easy to use, the Belkin (Cisco) DPC3008 Spectrum Time Warner modem provides high-speed Internet connectivity for your home or office, without the monthly modem rental fee. It supports download speed up to 340Mbps and upload speed up to 120Mbps, thus you can enjoy the broadband network the way it was meant to be. With the Gigabit Ethernet port that provides blistering fast network connection, you can plug in a computer/laptop, or router to expand your network connectivity. Plus, with DOCSIS 3.0 and IPv6 support, this model ensures up-to-date performance and future proof your network as a Spectrum Time Warner Modem
- OPTIMAL SPEED: Multiple channels support download speeds of up to 340Mbps and upload speeds of up to 120Mbps. (Actual performance can vary and depends on many factors.)
- MULTIPLE CHANNELS: Channel bonding for powerful throughput of up to 4x faster than DOCSIS 2.0.
- GIGABIT ETHERNET PORT: Transfer data 10x faster than Fast Ethernet, ensuring high-speed connectivity for wired devices.
- EASY SETUP: Simple 3-step setup. No software required as a Spectrum Time Warner modem
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Full Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2C8C676F80FEB2E8 - - Watch more How to Set Up Internet videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/499718-How-to-Set-Up-a-Modem-Internet-Setup So I'm going to take you a little bit through how to setup and install your modem. The truth is, most of the time you're not really going to have to do this. Because when you call your Internet service provider and set up an account, they will in most cases send a technician over to your place to set everything up for you. But, it's a pretty simple process if you do decide to do it yourself. And when you get the modem from the either, cable or DSL company, it will look like this little guy right here. And basically you just have to connect it to three things. One, is power. So you just connect it to the wall. The other is your computer. On this particular modem we can connect it either through ethernet or through USB. And the third is to connect it to the outside world. In this case, this is a cable modem so I'm going to connect it to a coaxial cable that comes out from the street to my apartment. And it's also used by my TV and stuff like that. The other kind of modem is a DSL modem which will look pretty much identical but instead of a coaxial cable, it will have a little phone connection. One final thing to mention is a little bit about troubleshooting. So like I said, modems are a pretty simple device but sometimes they do break or they do stop working. Nine times out of ten, the best way to fix this is to simply unplug from the power adapter right here, wait two minutes, and plug it back in. After a few seconds all the lights should come back up on the front and it should be working again. That's it about setting up your modem.
How to Set Up ...Full Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2C8C676...