A simple way to troubleshoot your cable modem connection is to ‘power cycle’. Here’s how it’s done: 1. Unplug the cable modem power cord (thin black cord) from the back of the modem. If you have a router, unplug its … Continued
Depending on the modem model you have, there are two different light patterns to determine connectivity (lights may be in a different order). Lights highlighted in bold indicate cable network connectivity. Pattern 1 Power: Solid Cable: Solid PC: Solid Data: … Continued
Yes. Comporium offers a wireless modem/gateway as a means for providing wireless access to your home/business. This device allows multiple computers to share an Internet connection via a wired and wireless interface. This device also has a powerful firewall for … Continued
No. Comporium does not require our customers to be active cable television subscribers in order to receive cable modem Internet service.
Comporium recommends that customers not use a cable splitter to share their cable connection between their cable modem and digital video box. Cable splitters lower the overall signal power being delivered to the cable modem, which will affect its performance.
Yes, but the cable modem is provided with the cable modem service. Should you decide to use your own cable modem, it must be DOCSIS 3.0 compliant. You will also need to inform Comporium that you are providing your own … Continued
The cable TV network is connected to a cable modem by a coaxial cable (like the one that connects your TV set to the cable TV network). The cable modem is then connected to your computer through an Ethernet cable … Continued