The Hitron CGNM-2250 is a residential gateway model designed for use with cable TV networks,
- Two USB 2.0 host, supporting Network Attached Storage (NAS) functionality
- Supports 32 SSIDs (16 SSIDs per radio)
- IPv6 Support
- 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
- 20/40/80 MHz channels
The CGNM-2250 delivers speeds of up to 960 Mbps with twenty-four bonded downstream channels over its DOCSIS 3.0 interface.
The CGNM-2250 supports full IPv4 routing features, as well as, full support for IPv6 routing and firewall. The CGNM-2250 supports both DSLite as well as 6RD for dierent IPv6 deployment and transition strategies.
The CGNM-2250 supports pre-configured and pre-enabled Wi-Fi security via Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), allowing the end-user to rapidly set up a secure wireless network without manual configuration.
The CGNM-2250 firmware is comparatively limited. It lacks many advanced features that gaming enthusiasts would like such as NAT management etc.
With one or two Wi-Fi users the Hitron CGNM-2250 works well but the unit comes up short fast when there are several users. The Ethernet ports make it easy to use a NAS box for backups.
Latency is relatively good with the CGNM-2250 with the Wi-Fi but the Ethernet is fastest for gaming.
Firmware updates are handled by the cable company. We have seen several forum threads inquiring. Generally updates are pushed out to users as they become available.
We notice one forum post who suggested material improvement in ping times with a firmware update.