You don't have to be a rocket scientist to install Comcast High-Speed Internet. In fact, it's almost unbelievable how easy it is to install. You only need a few things to get going, and you can do it in no time - on your own schedule. And if for some reason you have a question, check out our online demos and FAQs for more information, or give our Customer Service reps a call - they're available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to lend a hand.
All the information you need to get online is included in the step-by-step guide, which also includes illustrations to help you identify parts and walk you through the process.
You're probably familiar with this as something that goes from the wall to your TV, supplying you with cable programming. In this case it's used for transmitting information over Ethernet and other types of local area network.
Cable modem splitters, or hubs, allow multiple computers to access a single digital cable broadband signal.
Comcast High-Speed Internet service is compatible with both PC- and Mac-based platforms (however, not all features provided by Comcast are compatible with Macintosh systems). The more up-to-date your computer and its operating system, the better you will be able to take advantage of rapid speeds.
Similar to a phone modem, a cable modem provides Internet access through a broadband cable. The result is a souped-up web experience with flying speed.
An Ethernet cable is a type of coaxial cable used to connect computers, hubs, switches, and routers.
Self-Installation kit is for existing cable outlets only and is not available in all areas and requires customer installation. Shipping and handling charge (plus taxes) applies.
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