DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem Router with 802.11ac WiFi

CODA-4680

The CODA-4680 has the capability to receive 10 Gbps* based on 2 x OFDM + 32 QAM over its DOCSIS 3.1 interface. The integrated Wi-Fi 3×3 2.4 GHz 802.11n and 4×4 5 GHz 802.11ac Wave 2 dual band MU-MIMO Access Point significantly improves customer experience extending range and coverage with blazing speeds. Its switchable upstream (5~42/5~85MHz) offers the possibility of flexible integration to existing networks.
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Multi-Gigabit Speeds with DOCSIS 3.1

The CODA-4680 can receive 5 Gbps bidirectional based on 2xOFDM + 32 QAM over its DOCSIS 3.1 interface. This powerful gateway is an ideal solution for your higher tier multi-Gigabit service plans.

 

Software Switchable Return Path

The CODA-4680 is ready for 85MHz returns with a switchable return frequency (5-42MHz / 5-85MHz). As a result, you can seamlessly upgrade customers to higher-tier upstream speeds at any time.

 

DOCSIS 3.1 Certified

DOCSIS 3.1 takes Internet speeds to a new level, increasing the capacity of HFC networks by more than 50 percent and reducing latency. This means your customers can connect more devices, enjoy richer digital experiences, and get fast, reliable Internet service for all of today and tomorrow’s needs.

 

Blazing Fast 802.11ac Wave 2

You can be confident that the CODA-4680 will give your customers the wireless speeds and coverage they need for today and tomorrow’s applications. This powerful gateway supports 4×4 5 GHz 802.11ac Wave 2 dual-band concurrent MU-MIMO and 3×3 2.4 GHz 802.11n for enhanced coverage, fast speeds and rock solid reliability.

 

DOCSIS 3.0 Compatibility

Deploy the CODA-4680 on your DOCSIS 3.0 networks today and upgrade to DOCSIS 3.1. Since the CODA-4680 supports both DOCSIS 3.1 and 3.0, you won’t need to swap out customer hardware.

 

Four Gigabit Ethernet Ports

Four Gigabit Ethernet ports offer ultra-fast connections for wired clients.

 

Easy to Setup and Manage

The CODA-4680 is designed for ease of use. A built-in TFTP client obtains the IP address and configuration data from the network server automatically, so customers can get it up and running with just a few simple connections. WiFi security is pre-configured and pre-enabled thanks to WiFi Protected Setup (WPS). And SNMP, TR-069 and HNAP support enable complete remote control and management.

Key Specs

  • DOCSIS 3.1 compliant
  • DOCSIS 3.1 2×2 multi-carrier OFDM
  • DOCSIS 3.0 32×8 channel bonding
  • Switchable 5-42/5-85MHz Upstream
  • Wi-Fi 3×3 2.4 GHz 802.11n and 4×4 5 GHz 802.11ac Wave 2 dual band MU-MIMO
  • One USB 3.0 host, supporting Network Attached Storage (NAS) functionality
  • Integrated DLNA Media Server with support for video, audio and image serving
  • Extensive operator control via configuration file and SNMP
  • TR-069 and HNAP for easy setup and remote management

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Other Products to Consider

Modem Type
DOCSIS 3.0 (32x8)
DOCSIS 3.1 (32x8)
DOCSIS 3.1 (32x8)
DOCSIS 3.1 (32x8)
Frequency
Fixed 5-85
Fixed 5-85
Fixed 5-85
Switchable 5-42/5-85MHz
WiFi
3x3 5GHz 802.11ac / 3×3 2.4GHz 802.11n
4×4 5GHz 802.11ac / 3×3 2.4GHz 802.11n
4×4 5GHz 802.11ac / 3×3 2.4GHz 802.11n
4×4 5GHz 802.11ac / 3×3 2.4GHz 802.11n
Wired LAN
4x GigE / 2x USB 2.0 Type A Host
4x GigE / 1x Bonded MoCA 2.0 / 1x USB 3.0 Host
4x GigE / 1x Bonded MoCA 2.0 / 1x USB 3.0 Host
4x GigE / 1x USB 3.0 Host
Voice
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2 Voice Ports + External Battery
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*DOCSIS 3.1 is a CableLabs standard for high speed Internet access that defines support for up to 10 Gbps downstream and 1 Gbps upstream. Actual cable operator network speeds will vary and will be less than the calculated maximum possible speeds. Actual upload and download speeds are affected by several factors including, but not limited to: the capacity of your cable operator’s network, the services offered by your cable operator, cable and Internet network traffic, your computer equipment etc. Final speeds will also be limited by each device and the quality of its connection to the modem or router.

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Unleash the home network with high performance CODA-4680 DOCSIS 3.1 Cable Modem Router with 802.11ac WiFi

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