Summary: I used this modem to replace the awful standard ARRIS TG852G DOCSIS 3 that I received from ComCast. I was paying $7 a month for this stupid thing, I couldn't change any of the wireless network settings, and it was slow and constantly dropping signal to my wireless devices. As soon as I got this modem, I hooked my Rosewill router to it and my service is completely different!
Summary: Bought the D-Link DCM-202 as replacement for Comcast leased unit. Plugged it in and it booted up working with same great performance as old unit. $7/mo. saved, it'll be paid for in 2 months, then pure savings.
Fast!!!!!!! It is like this modem has a supercharger!
1 April 2012
Summary: Modem is fantastic. It was very easy to setup. I think for the money the refurbished d-link is the way to go. It also seems to boost the speed of my connection. My Internet speed before was 15-19 Mbps. Now it gets up to 25 Mbps!!!!!!!!! I highly recommend this modem with a d-link router to accompany it, over purchasing an all in one unit from Motorola or any other brands.
Summary: I had previously owned this same modem but gave it to my ex; I like the compact size and modern appearance. Works great, don't have to constantly reset it like other modems I have experienced.
It has a poor download speed (slow). Get a Class 3 modem not a Class 2
3 September 2011
Summary: Poor upload speed and you can't download and upload worth a d... at the same time. WhenI was told it was compatable with my broadband internet provider. I wasn't told it was a class 2 . A class 2 has a max download speed of 16 MB. My internet speed is 20 MB, so if I use it Iloose 4 MB of speedand my download speed drops enough to see the difference whenI go online. If you have broadband you'll need a class 3 to match with your download speed ( 20 MB 0.