Hardware Information - Cisco DPC3825 Internet Modem
Learn about the hardware features of the Cisco DPC3825 Internet modem. The DPC3825 modem is designed to deliver data either via wired (Ethernet) or wireless (WiFi) to a wide variety of devices in your home or small office. This article contains information on the Cisco DPC3825 Internet modem, including light sequences and hardware specifications.
Front display features
Here is a look at some of the features and light sequences for the Cisco DPC3825 Internet modem. For additional information about the Cisco DPC3825 Internet modem download the User Manual located at the bottom of this article. Please be aware that not all features listed in this user manual may be available, as some may have been modified or deactivated for Shaw customers. If the following information does not answer your question, please visit Cisco Support.
Cisco DPC3825 Internet Modem
Solid Green Light: indicates that the unit is receiving power. Flashing Light indicates the startup diagnostics are in progress.
Solid Green Light: Indicates that the downstream channel is connected. Flashing Light indicates the modem is scanning for a downstream connection.
Amber Light: DS Channel is connected but is not channel bonding.
Solid Green Light: Indicates that the upstream channel is connected. Flashing Light indicates the modem is scanning for an upstream connection.
Amber Light: US Channel is connected but not channel bonding
Solid Green Light: Indicates that the modem is now online. Flashing indicates the modem is scanning for network connectivity.
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When solid, these lights indicate that a connection has been detected. If flashing, this indicates that data is currently transmitting through this ethernet port.
Green - Connected at 1000 Mbps
Amber - Connected at 10/100 Mbps
When light is solid or flashing, data is transmitting over the wireless network.
Indicates that WPS is activated while flashing.
Here is a look at the connections in the back of the Cisco DPC3825 Internet modem.
Connects modem to the power supply
Connects the modem to USB equipped computers (Currently not enabled)
Connects the modem to a computer or third-party device (router, Ethernet hub, etc.)
Connects the modem to the cable outlet using a coaxial cable
Resets the modem to factory default settings
Details and Specifications
Here is a look at the specifications for the Cisco DPC3825 Internet modem.