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Many systems will not allow two modems to be used at one address. It's best to call in to see what the local policy is. Even if they do allow it you will need to pay for two accounts (twice what you are paying for HSI now).
You could use a WiFi router that has a "guest network" feature and put them on that one. Are you currently using a Comcast supplied gateway device ?
Only one modem per account is permitted. Some areas allow multiple IP addresses which would allow you to have two routers. This would give you separate networks.
I've asked a Comcast employee to help you. You should expect a reply in this thread.
Hi J_RXMan, thank you for reaching out and like mentioned above this is usually not allowed in the majority of our systems but I can review just to make sure. Could you please send me a private message with your full name and phone number.
Correct me if I am wrong, but f it is going to be two cable modems for internet only, then the second cable modem would need a second account. The only time you'd see 2 cable modems is if one is dedicated to phone services and the other modem is internet only.
This information is garnered from personal experience only.
Hi Rhavvyn, you are correct that is how modems and internet services are usually split.