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Adding a port to CM1150v

smalla1980
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Adding a port to CM1150v

Does anyone know if it is now possible to use ethernet port #2 now?
Model: CM1150V|DOCSIS 3.1 Nighthawk® Multi-Gig Speed Cable Modem for XFINITY® Voice
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plemans
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Re: Adding a port to CM1150v

Does your isp support multiple public addresses or just 1? (most don't)

Do you have a router that supports wan aggregation? (most routers don't)

If no to both of those, then not, its not much good. 

And if you do have a router that supports wan aggregation but don't have speeds >1gig, I'd avoid it. 

Current setup: CAX80->Trendnet TEG-S380->GS716T-> RBK752->pi-hole
1.4gig download/50mbps upload
We’re members of the public helping out on our own time.
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Rrobin1057
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Re: Adding a port to CM1150v

Port 2 is what I use to conect to my AX12 Router port 1 seems slower on speed but with Comcast my modem cm1150v does more upstream and resetting my modem more then I did with my AC1900 netgear
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plemans
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Re: Adding a port to CM1150v


@Rrobin1057 wrote:
Port 2 is what I use to conect to my AX12 Router port 1 seems slower on speed but with Comcast my modem cm1150v does more upstream and resetting my modem more then I did with my AC1900 netgear

Punctuation and clear sentences. I'm not even 100% sure what you're saying here. 

and if you're having signal issues, remove any splitters/attenuators/amplifiers from the line. 

Also log into the modem and take a screen snip of the cable connections page and post it back here. 

Current setup: CAX80->Trendnet TEG-S380->GS716T-> RBK752->pi-hole
1.4gig download/50mbps upload
We’re members of the public helping out on our own time.
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