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This is complete trash and like 2-3 years outdated, you cant even find the Motorola Modems on any modern company. I.e Newegg.com or Tigerdirect.com
Hello, there is no date on this Supported Cable Modem data? I have tried to find it on MediaCom's website =AND= search engines but keep coming back here.
Is this an updated list and does it apply to all MediaCom locations (geographically)??
It's time for the Mods to take this page down, as it 's at least 3-5 years out dated.
Two years since the first post here. Still no date on the information and information is outdated. Extremely poor customer service.
A number of these external links on (several of these mediacom pages) are now going to dead ends. Not sure if Media Com changed there site map or ??? I tried with Firefox & Google Chrome, and IE8. Thank you
FAQ on it.
FAQ on it.
When you hook up a new modem to our cable line, our provisioning system will show it is unregistered and should kick you to our “Walled Garden” site to take it through registration. If this doesn’t happen automatically, you can go to »walledgarden.mchsd.com
The information you will need is the account number, as found on your Mediacom bill, it is a 16 digit number that starts with 8383. You will also need a registration code, which is usually the last 9 digits of your account number. However certain events can change this registration code, so if the site fails to recognize it, you will need to give us a call. It may also ask for the cable modem’s mac address which can be found on the modem itself.
Mediacom Internet Support Representative
I looked everywhere for this information before I emailed this guy and couldn't find it, so I thought I should share it with the next poor guy.
Good luck and thanks for the great site.
I do into https://walledgarden .mchsd.com/ and can not get into it to sign up for an e mail account. Page does not show me a link to " producy options ". Help
Thanks for this. It allowed me to easily swap my modem without having to call. There appear to have been some minor changes. Now the button to change your modem's mac is "swap" and it requires a 4-digit technician number to make the change. It doesn't seem to check the technician number against any kind of database. When I entered 8282 it accepted the swap. Now I feel stupid for having waited almost 2 years to replace that flaky DOCSIS 1.1 modem they gave me. Now I'm getting more than twice the speed with my DOCSIS 2.0 modem.