Up to 343 Mbps downstream and 143 Mbps upstream with bonding of up to eight channels on downloads and four channels on uploads
Owning your cable modem eliminates modem rental charges Normally about $85 per year. Currently Comcast, Comcast Xfinity, Cox, and other service providers offer significant savings. Time Warner, Mediacom, and Bright House do not offer any savings. Cablevision and Charter require use of a cable modem that they supply
To support the very fast DOCSIS 3.0 data transfers and provide compatibility and easy installation with almost any Windows, Macintosh or Linux computer, as well as both wired and wireless routers
Supports both IPv4 and IPv6
Support for the future of Internet addressing (IPv6) helps keep your cable modem current
Five status-reporting LEDs
Power, Downstream, Upstream, Status, and Link lights allow easy status monitoring.
DOCSIS 3.0 compatible, and compatible with earlier standards
Provides support for the latest data-over cable standard DOCSIS 3.0, as well as DOCSIS 1.1 and 2.0 to ensure operation with the fastest available services and compatibility with all US operators. DOCSIS (Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification) is the industry standard for transmission of Internet data over cable-based systems in the US and many other countries. Check with your service provider to ensure they use the DOCSIS standard.
Flexible Cable Modem Orientation
Horizontal or vertical using the 5341H Modem Stand