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Setting up your Cable Modem to connect to the Internet The splitter should at least support frequencies up to 1000 MHz. (This may be identified as 5 MHz to 1 GHz or 5-1000 MHz.) Supporting up to 2.3 GHz (2300 MHz) is even better if you ever want to use MoCA adapters, which can carry a router signal from one part of your home to another over the coaxial cable. Install and Activate Your Purchased Modem Activate your new modem Once the modem you purchased is connected properly, the modem needs to be activated to get the service. 1. Locate the modem ID (MAC Address) This is typically located on the bottom of the modem (usually follows letters “MAC” or “EA”, e.g. MAC 00-12-ab-34-cd-5e). 2. Call 1-800-TWC-HELP (1-800-892-4357) How do I adjust the settings of my home router?
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