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RCA DCM305R

details: Digital Cable Modem
hardware type: Cable Modem
date added: 2006.02.16
updated: 2012.09.10
The DCM305R is a DOCSIS 1.1 cable modem with one 10/100Base-T Ethernet LAN port and a single USB port. It provides WAN throughput of up to 38Mbps.

This modem can be configured via SNMP v.2/v.3.
 
 
 
 DCM305R Features
 General
 Availability: discontinued
 List price: $79
 LAN / WAN Connectivity
 WAN throughput: 38 Mbps
 WAN throughput upstream: 10 Mbps
 WAN ports: 1
 WAN port(s) type: Coax F-connector
 LAN ports: 1
 LAN ports type: 10/100 Base-TX (RJ-45)
 USB port(s): 1
client PC
 Serial port: no
 Cable Modem
 DOCSIS compliance: DOCSIS 1.1
 Device Management
 Administration: Quick Setup Wizard
Remote centralized management
 Firmware upgradeable: yes
 Misc hardware info
 SNMP support: SNMP v.2, SNMP v.3
 Links
 Product page: http://www.rca.com/

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by anonymous - 2008.01.23 09:28
The links to the manuals are all broken. Apparently RCA has dropped support for this product line.

Thomson Multimedia also does not have support for the product.

I have uploaded a copy of this product's manual to my site....

http://www.jamesburt.com/RcaModem/RCA_Modem-Manuals.zip

It includes both the Owner's Manual and the Troubleshooting Guide in PDF format.
by anonymous - 2008.10.07 00:34
These things are old and pretty much junk, don't buy one and if an installer shows up with one from your ISP throw a fit about it.

Chances are if you have one it has already overheated & 'burned-out' by now anyhow.
by anonymous - 2009.08.05 14:43
I've had one for many years and its been essentially problem free. I use the Internet daily.
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