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NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0
NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0
NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0
NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0
NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0
NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0
NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0

NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0

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NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0
NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0
NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0
NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0
NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0
NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0
NETGEAR Cable Modem CM600 - Compatible With All Cable Providers Including Xfinity by Comcast, Spectrum, Cox | For Cable Plans Up to 960 Mbps | DOCSIS 3.0

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Style: 960 Mbps Max Download


Pattern Name: Single


Features

  • COMPATIBLE WITH ALL MAJOR CABLE INTERNET PROVIDERS: Including certification by Xfinity by Comcast, COX, and Spectrum. NOT compatible with Verizon, AT&T, CenturyLink, DSL providers, DirecTV, DISH and any bundled voice service.
  • SAVE MONTHLY RENTAL FEES: Model CM600 replaces your cable modem saving you up to $168/yr in equipment rental fees.
  • BUILT FOR FAST SPEED: Best for cable provider plans up to 960 Mbps speed.
  • WORKS WITH ANY WiFi ROUTER: Connect any WiFi router to this modem's Ethernet port to support all your wireless devices.
  • ETHERNET CONNECTIONS: 1 Gigabit Ethernet port connects to your computer or separate WiFi router.
  • MODEMHNOLOGY: Engineered with 24x8 channel bonding and DOCSIS 3.0.

Description

Style:960 Mbps Max Download | Pattern Name:Single The NETGEAR CM600 high speed Cable Modem provides a connection to high-speed cable Internet, up to 960Mbps -- 24 downstream & 8 upstream channels. It's Cable Labs DOCSIS 3. 0 certified to work with cable Internet providers XFINITY from Comcast, spectrum, Cox, Cablevision and more. Maximum rate is derived from DOCSIS 3. 0 Specifications and actual throughput will vary depending on the MSO provisioning and speed tier subscription. Check your cable Internet service provider web site for data speed tier compatibility. NETGEAR makes no Express or implied representations or warranties about this product's compatibility with any future standards. System requirements: Cable broadband Internet service, Please check your cable Internet service provider web site for data speed tier compatibility: Microsoft Windows 7, 8, Vista, XP, 2000, Mac OS, or other operating systems running a TCP/IP network, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5. 0, Firefox 2. 0, Safari 1. 4, or Google Chrome 11. 0 browsers or higher. : Memory: 8 MB NOR flash and 128 MB RAM.


Brand: NETGEAR


Series: CM600


Item model number: CM600-1AZNAS


Item Weight: 2.01 pounds


Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 8.7 x 2.4 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 5.3 x 8.7 x 2.4 inches


Color: Black


Manufacturer: Netgear Inc


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: March 8, 2017


Style: 960 Mbps Max Download


Pattern Name: Single


Features

  • COMPATIBLE WITH ALL MAJOR CABLE INTERNET PROVIDERS: Including certification by Xfinity by Comcast, COX, and Spectrum. NOT compatible with Verizon, AT&T, CenturyLink, DSL providers, DirecTV, DISH and any bundled voice service.
  • SAVE MONTHLY RENTAL FEES: Model CM600 replaces your cable modem saving you up to $168/yr in equipment rental fees.
  • BUILT FOR FAST SPEED: Best for cable provider plans up to 960 Mbps speed.
  • WORKS WITH ANY WiFi ROUTER: Connect any WiFi router to this modem's Ethernet port to support all your wireless devices.
  • ETHERNET CONNECTIONS: 1 Gigabit Ethernet port connects to your computer or separate WiFi router.
  • MODEMHNOLOGY: Engineered with 24x8 channel bonding and DOCSIS 3.0.

Description

Style:960 Mbps Max Download | Pattern Name:Single The NETGEAR CM600 high speed Cable Modem provides a connection to high-speed cable Internet, up to 960Mbps -- 24 downstream & 8 upstream channels. It's Cable Labs DOCSIS 3. 0 certified to work with cable Internet providers XFINITY from Comcast, spectrum, Cox, Cablevision and more. Maximum rate is derived from DOCSIS 3. 0 Specifications and actual throughput will vary depending on the MSO provisioning and speed tier subscription. Check your cable Internet service provider web site for data speed tier compatibility. NETGEAR makes no Express or implied representations or warranties about this product's compatibility with any future standards. System requirements: Cable broadband Internet service, Please check your cable Internet service provider web site for data speed tier compatibility: Microsoft Windows 7, 8, Vista, XP, 2000, Mac OS, or other operating systems running a TCP/IP network, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5. 0, Firefox 2. 0, Safari 1. 4, or Google Chrome 11. 0 browsers or higher. : Memory: 8 MB NOR flash and 128 MB RAM.


Brand: NETGEAR


Series: CM600


Item model number: CM600-1AZNAS


Item Weight: 2.01 pounds


Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 8.7 x 2.4 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH: 5.3 x 8.7 x 2.4 inches


Color: Black


Manufacturer: Netgear Inc


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: March 8, 2017


Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars | CM10014
Style: 300Mbps Max Download w/Voice | Pattern Name: Single
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 line 3) Connected Ethernet cable to modem and computer 4) 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 WiFi 6) 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 address 8) The modem reset itself. I plugged that into my Luma and we were off to the races! Ironically, Comcast sent a new tower modem a week ago. I don't know if it's me, but this seems faster than that did - speed about the same but ping time is now 9ms instead of 14 and pages that seemed to load slowly before pop in immediately. Biggest bonus is that we're saving $11/month going forward. UPDATE: 4/5/18 - Everything was working perfectly until Comcast turned off my service this weekend because the modem wasn't registered in the right database and Comcast thought I had no equipment. Object lesson: After activating online, call Comcast to make sure the equipment has registered across all of their databases - 5 minutes could save you 2 hours! The modem, however, is working flawlessly and I still highly recommend it!

~ Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2018

5.0 out of 5 stars | MacDelta
Style: 960 Mbps Max Download | Pattern Name: Single
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 positive for me! As a trained network support technician, I like the idea that Spectrum cannot manipulate the settings of either my modem or router; something I am more than capable of doing on my own. Setting up the Netgear CM600 cable modem is as easy to setup as plugging it in and turning it on. The CM600 was fully functional within seconds of connecting the Internet cable to the back. The CM600 is a one-trick pony; it is a cable modem and nothing else. It converts cable data into Internet data. Given the specifications and the high-quality components it does its particularly job incredibly well. The CM600 is built to pull a signal out of a weak or “noisy” line. It will continue to provide Internet service when other lesser modems will drop out. Since purchasing this modem, I have had no random cable dropouts from my ISP. Remember, it has no built-in wireless or wired router. Such a router must be purchased separately. A quick aside: The router is the Grand Central Station of your home’s WiFi universe. It takes a tremendous amount of efficient but fast processing power to send and receive multiple data streams quickly and effectively between a houseful of smartphones, smart HDTVs, computers, tablets, cameras and other WiFi-enabled gizmos and the Internet. A router is a radio transceiver. The more powerful it is, the more information it can send through the air over longer distances. The more sensitive it is, the more it can pick up data being transmitted 500+ feet away. To get the best benefit from your Netgear CM600, I recommend the Netgear Nighthawk® R7000P. Built to handle the needs of the tech enabled home, it is a stellar dual-processor performer at an incredible price. No. I don’t work at Netgear!

~ Reviewed in the United States on July 15, 2018

5.0 out of 5 stars | Albert
Style: 300Mbps Max Download w/Voice | Pattern Name: Single
There's good news and bad news here - mostly good

The second modem I received from Amazon has been installed and is working very well. Three years ago, I decided to stop paying Comcast's rental fees and purchased my own modem: an Arris tg862g. That one was also purchased from Amazon and did a nice job for three years (though it appears to be end-of-life now). I decided to purchase a new, faster modem to update my system and came across this one. I didn't want a router because I plan to install a Google Wifi mesh system to help eliminate internet slow spots in my house. I decided to go ahead and get a telephony modem even though I don't use the phone part of Triple Play because I didn't want issues with Comcast. The good news: The installation of the Netgear took about 2 hours. I followed the "Quick Start" guide which came with the second modem, and probably didn't wait long enough for the modem to totally start up before I plugged my computer into the modem. When I tried to call the two phone numbers provided, I didn't get a prompt that allowed me to talk to someone about activating the modem - the phone system would not take "activate modem" as an option. Comcast's own website says that after plugging in the computer, I should have been automatically sent to an activation page. That didn't happen, and putting "xfinitiy.com/activate" into the browser didn't work to get me to an activation page either. So I reinstalled my old modem and started a chat with Xfinity. The guy asked for all of the information that's noted on the Quick Start Guide (make and model number, serial number, MAC address), and then went away, telling me to stay on the connection while he activated my modem in their system. After 20 minutes of waiting I asked if he was still there a few times - no response. So I stopped the chat, installed the new modem, and plugged my computer in, and got to the activation page immediately. A code was texted to my phone and it seemed to be up and running but sadly only for 10 minutes. Then dead again. This time when I called the Xfinity phone number, one of the options was "connectivity issues", which I picked. The computer re-booted the new modem. and all seems to be well. It seems that people have had luck using the "plug and play" method, but my modem required a bit more intervention. Comcast's phone system is still a hurdle but don't despair, it just requires persistence. I had several hiccups when I set the Arris up three years ago, too. So what's the bad part? The modem I installed was the second one I got from Amazon. Here's the story of the first one. When I opened the brown shipping container from Amazon, I knew there was a problem. (1) The Netgear's box was unsealed, and (2) the flap to open the box was torn. (3) the modem was scuffed and dirty, and (4) the power cord was partially wrapped around the power "block" and the rest was stuffed in haphazardly. I didn't realize until I got the second one that a couple of other items were missing from the first one: (5) there was no Quick Start documentation in the box, and (6) the phone cord was missing. I decided that I had gotten a used item that had been installed and could have been defective, which is why it got returned. I really didn't want to try to install a potentially defective modem - installing a perfectly good one is a lot of work and aggravation and the chance that the first one was bad was too much of a risk for me. I don't have any problem ordering a returned/certified item but this one clearly hadn't been looked at to make sure it was in working order. I returned the first one as "damaged" and requested a replacement. The second one came quickly and was sealed and brand new. My review of the first modem was rejected by Amazon (not within their guidelines) but I thought I'd put the particulars here in case Amazon tries to charge me a restocking fee because there are items missing in the box I returned. And also in case this happens to someone else too.

~ Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2018