Hiltron CGN2 modem ok or a problem?

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Hiltron CGN2 modem ok or a problem?

Rogers is offering me a new bundle that will require me giving up my old Motorola modem and taking the Hiltron CGN2 with built in wifi.  With all the modem probs on this forum I wondered if this one is a problem too; I looked back in the forum but couldn't find much, I think it's older than the newest ones.  Thx for any opinions.

-Bob

 

 

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Re: Hiltron CGN2 modem ok or a problem?

There's no big issues with the CGN2.
However, if you already have your own router that you are comfortable with, you can always put the rogers router into "bridge mode", that will make it act like your Motorola, and then you can keep using your own router.

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Re: Hiltron CGN2 modem ok or a problem?

CGN2 is a good modem from my experience, but I would personally try to get the CGN3. Only reason I like the CGN2 is because I was able to have an open Nat on my console without port forwarding.
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Re: Hiltron CGN2 modem ok or a problem?

There's no big issues with the CGN2.
However, if you already have your own router that you are comfortable with, you can always put the rogers router into "bridge mode", that will make it act like your Motorola, and then you can keep using your own router.

View solution in original post