12-05-2012 08:45 PM
It just means that whatever you are connected to by ethernet, has a 10/100 ethernet connection. When connected to a 10/100/1000, in other words a GB connection it will flash green.
It won't effect your internet speed, unless you are on the extreme 105 tier or higher.
01-31-2013 11:45 AM
I would have expected the Comcast people @ the 1-800 number to have explained why the LINK light flashes when connected to my Linksys WRT160N router... thank you...
Can you answer this question??? Would it be advisable to update my router to a Gigabit to match the Comcast provided TM822???
01-31-2013 11:56 AM
If you are not seeing any issues with your current router, and you are not on the 105 Mb speed tier, then there is probably no reason to upgrade your router. The router and modem will negotiate the correct link speed between them.
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01-31-2013 01:39 PM
Thanks for that information, you provided answers that I have not seen in other posts.
Next question? Now I have this Gigabit modem connected to my aging PC through my WRT160N router, the bandwidth is still 100M, so why do website seem to use more of my 2G RAM than before installing the Gigabit modem?
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