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Re: Linksys CM3008 Continuous Reboot

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Re: Linksys CM3008 Continuous Reboot

I am having the same issue. My modem was powered off for a week since I recently moved and then upon starting up after moving, this constant reboot seems to be happening. Looks like the modem is not happy with whatever the new firmware upgrade its been sent. Who can help?

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Re: Linksys CM3008 Continuous Reboot

Start here;

 

https://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Your-Home-Network/Connection-Troubleshooting-Tips/m-p/1253575#M94474

 

https://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Your-Home-Network/Information-Requested-for-Connection-Related-Posts/m...



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Re: Linksys CM3008 Continuous Reboot

Check out this post as well (marked answered)

 

https://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Your-Home-Network/CM3008-Modem-The-Saga-Continutes/m-p/3124187


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Re: Linksys CM3008 Continuous Reboot

Yep saw that. Unfortunately, none of those worked in my case and I got tired of talking to Linksys / Comcast and ended up getting a new modem

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Re: Linksys CM3008 Continuous Reboot

Honestly, you're better off with a new modem - the CM3008 had the awful Intel Puma 6 chipset.

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Re: Linksys CM3008 Continuous Reboot

Sure, but that's no excuse to push a buggy firmware upgrade that breaks a modem without a rollback strategy.