The Zoom 5350 is a cable modem/wireless router combo that delivers a high speed network connection for your home or office. Compatible with state-of-the-art DOCSIS 3.0 standards, the Zoom 5350 meets the performance requirement of today's applications with data speeds up 343Mbps. The embedded wireless-N router with 2x2 MIMO creates a high speed, reliable hotspot for your smartphone, tablet, and handhelds, with speeds up to 300Mbps. It features four Ethernet ports for use with your desktop, game console, and other wired devices. And with IPv4 and IPv6 networking support, this is a product designed for use today and for years to come.
Cable Modem Approvals
Zoom Models 5352, 5350, 5341J, 5341, and 5241 work with all cable modem services in the U.S. and most other countries that support North American DOCSIS. They have been certified by CableLabs, the cable service providers’ primary test lab. This is the only certification required by most U.S. cable services including Cablevision, and hundreds of others. Zoom cable modems have also been certified by Comcast, Cox, Time Warner Cable, and the small number of other service providers who require certification beyond CableLabs.
You will find the approved models on the official website of Comcast, Cox, Time Warner Cable, and Bright House.
On Comcast’s webpage: Under Vendor, find Zoom. Then under Model, find 5241, 5341,5341J, 5350, or 5352.
On Cox’s webpage: Under Brand, find Zoom. Then under Model, find 5241, 5341,5341J, or 5350.
On Time Warner Cable's webpage: Under Vendor, find Zoom. Then under Model, find 5341J, 5350, or 5352.
On Bright House’s webpage: If prompted, enter your zip code or choose your area. Then under Brand, find Zoom and models 5241J and 5352.
Pros: It works
Cons: Little customization available, parental controls are too complex.
Other Thoughts: I originally purchased this because it was rated fairly high at the time. I also thought the customization would be better, but it is not. I does work though, guess I cant complain about that.
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Pros: Puts out wireless power like a boss. Was running 40megs a sec. Never used the wired. But had a constant 4-8 wireless devices connected ALL day.
Cons: Every one in a while, the wireless would get a bit slow (down to about 5 megs). Unplug and replug 10 seconds later, and after about 30 seconds of waiting for the router modem to restart. And I was running great.
Other Thoughts: Unfortunately. I lived in a home full of smokers, so that didn't help the router modem. And I was running with charter, and lived in the country. So that's probably what most of my problem was. But I moved. And left it there for the people who still live there. I will prolly rebuy this router right now.
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good idea poor implementation
Pros: It does connect to the internet
Cons: After powerdown, frequently it won't reach DNS servers to resolve names.
Other Thoughts: If you love wires laying across your house, then this is your router. That is when it let's you get to the internet. I can run a tracert from the router but cannot resolve from my devices. Wired or wireless.
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