CGN2 - One different looking modem

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CGN2 - One different looking modem

Rogers swapped out my old Cisco 3825 with their new Wifi modem, the one with the red dots. That modem looks like it came off the set of Star Trek the Original Series. Who designs these things?? LOL

 

 

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Re: CGN2 - One different looking modem


@Brad_P wrote:

Rogers swapped out my old Cisco 3825 with their new Wifi modem, the one with the red dots. That modem looks like it came off the set of Star Trek the Original Series. Who designs these things?? LOL


The CGN2 is not exactly new - Rogers has been offering it for a couple of years now... (and if you're using it in gateway mode, I think most people here would prefer the Cisco 3825 - in bridge mode, both work fine)

 

In any event, Hitron's designers clearly came to the same conclusion you did - the CGN3 (which Rogers offers) and CGN4 (which is not available yet on Rogers) are both far more boring-looking black boxes...