Can Both Gigabit Ethernet Ports on the CODA Be Used at the Same Time? | FAQ

Can both Gigabit Ethernet ports on the CODA be used at the same time?

The CODA cable modem has two Gigabit Ethernet ports. Each Gigabit port requires a WAN IP address from your Internet Service Provider. Since most ISPs do not offer more than one WAN IP Address per residence, you will, most likely, only use one of the Ethernet ports.

The CODA is a cable modem and does not provide routing functions.
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