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    Thumbs up Need help with cable modem choices.

    Trying to decide between the:

    Zoom 5352-00-03

    and

    Netgear C3700-100NAS

    Any help making my decision would be greatly appreciated!

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    Re: Need help with cable modem choices.

    Is neither an option ?

    Motorola SB6121 or 6141 is what I'd go with

    For example http://www.amazon.com/ARRIS-Motorola...la+cable+modem

    And then a separate Router


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    Re: Need help with cable modem choices.

    Quote Originally Posted by mmettin View Post
    Is neither an option ?

    Motorola SB6121 or 6141 is what I'd go with

    For example http://www.amazon.com/ARRIS-Motorola...la+cable+modem

    And then a separate Router
    I was looking at the Motorola with the WIFI and they got brutal reviews. Didn't really think about going modem + router when I could have both together for less? Any reason you recommend it?

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    Re: Need help with cable modem choices.

    This if for cox ultimate 150/20.

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    Re: Need help with cable modem choices.

    Well,

    It's just good practice to have separate devices in case of one part of it failing.

    Just being able to upgrade the router or modem with new(er) tech without replacing everything makes sense to me.


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