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Kudos0

Norton Core Router with "Ubee" 2 in 1 Modem/Router

I have Cox Communications which is my home ISP. The device they provided me with is a "Ubee" 2 in 1 Modem/Router. Is it possible to incorporate the Norton Core Router with my current setup? Thank you.

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Kudos0

Re: Norton Core Router with "Ubee" 2 in 1 Modem/Router

This post sounds like it should answer your question.  https://community.norton.com/en/comment/7300601#comment-7300601

Similar situation where you must use the ISP's modem/router.

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Kudos0

Re: Norton Core Router with "Ubee" 2 in 1 Modem/Router

Ok Thanks for sharing!!

Kudos0

Re: Norton Core Router with "Ubee" 2 in 1 Modem/Router

A modem and router combo is a single device that provides access to the internet and enables the wireless network. If this is your setup, connect Norton Core to your modem and router combo so that you have two connected devices, the modem and router combo and Norton Core. After you complete your set up, Norton Core notifies you to turn off the wireless networking capability of your modem and router combo device. This allows Norton Core to serve as your only router and assures that all of your network connections are secure.

 https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/norton-core-security/current/solutio...

Kudos0

Re: Norton Core Router with "Ubee" 2 in 1 Modem/Router

Page 13 of the Core manual covers installing with both kinds of configurations. You can find the manual here.   ftp://ftp.symantec.com/public/english_us_canada/products/norton_core_rou...

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Re: Norton Core Router with "Ubee" 2 in 1 Modem/Router

You may also want to consider purchasing your own modem to avoid the rental fee for the modem/router combo provided by Cox.  The modem should pay for itself in under a year.

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