Netgear Cable Gateway CG3100


Finally got my internet connection going with the new Netgear Cable Gateway. Easy installation but I am not a fan of the user interface provided by the firmware.

  • 8 Downstream plus 4 Upstream Channel bonding on the WAN, delivering; Up to 400 Mbps
  • Wireless-N delivers exceptional range and speed
  • Four Gigabit Ethernet ports deliver ultra-fast wired network connections
  • Analog Voice – 2 lines
  • USB Host – 1 USB port
  • Push ‘N’ Connect Wi-Fi Protected Setup™ (WPS) enables quick and secure connection to the network
  • Easy setup
  • Enterprise class WiFi security
  • Dedicated Quality of Service for jitter-free video streaming, VoIP and lag-free gaming
  • High-efficiency power amplifiers and multiple antennas enhance range and reliability

First action was to (besides changing default password 😉 to disable the “IP Flood Detection” setting. This was the first I found when searching for this device:

Update: For some strange reason my ISP has decided to deactivate the USB port on the router?? Totally insane and they have of course no explanation to their actions. I guess now I have no option than to start the process of investigating how to activate the USB port myself. Why why why…




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2 Responses to “Netgear Cable Gateway CG3100”

  1. Economic Crash Says:

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  2. Yvo Bogers Says:

    hey have you ever figured out how to mount a drive on that USB port? cheers, Yvo

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