A:Answeryes. look up “spectrum authorized modems” on google and click the spectrum site. there it lists authorized modems for each bracket of internet speed. the MG7700 is approved for internet speeds up to 400mbps
A:AnswerThe answer Dougie provided is not correct and yes he is not an expert and should not answer questions he doesn't know. Dougie shouldn't be making guesses confusing people .
To answer your question, the answer is NO. If you have your heart set on the 7700 series, the Motorola 7711 has two voip phone ports for Xfinity's triple play. For me, I don't subscribe to Xfinity's triple play, and I use this modem/router 7700. I do use voip phone service, but I've been with Vonage since beta, I have no plans to use Xfinity's Voip service, and this modem/router is a good one for my needs.
A:AnswerThis Motorola instrument is a CABLE DATA router. It takes signal from your cable provider and connects you to the internet. In addition it provides WiFi connectivity over a limited range. If you also get "landline" telephone service from your cable provider this instrument is NOT equipped to make that connection to your home telephone network. Ask Spectrum to recommend an aftermarket telephone modem.
A:AnswerModel MG7700 is not on Optimum's list while other Motorola modems are. However, Optimum does state that any DOCSIS 3.0 modem is acceptable. It is recommended that Optimum is contacted for network authorization before you purchase the MG7700.