Frontier Compatible Modems & Modem Router Combos

Finding the best Frontier modem for your service doesn’t have to be hard! Frontier has tested the list of modems below to make sure they work & perform on their network. These modems have been tested for technology compatibility (ADSL, ADSL2+, VDSL2, GPON, Pair Bonding), real world maximum speed, and IPv6 compatibility.

The best way to prevent needing to return your Frontier modem is to call your provider before ordering, and ensure that you understand what features, specs and models would be appropriate for your current and future service. We always recommend getting something that meets the needs of your current plan, and leaves some room for growth. Internet providers are given money every year to upgrade their internet infrastructure, so being able to accommodate a slightly higher speed, or additional features could be highly beneficial in just a couple years!

Here’s our list of all modems that have been found to work well with Frontier internet service!

BrandModelDownloadPhoneWifiDSL TypeRating
Netgear755024 MbpsNoYesADSL | ADSL2
(8 reviews)
Frontier FiosG11001 GbpsNoYesFios
(1 review)
NetgearDGND37001 GbpsNoYesADSL2+
(53 reviews)
ActiontecGT784WN27 MbpsNoYesADSL2+
(11 reviews)
ActiontecM100024 MbpsNoNoADSL2+
(76 reviews)
Westell327W25 MbpsNoYesADSL2+
ActiontecGT701D24 MbpsNoNoADSL | ADSL2 | ADSL2+
(29 reviews)
NetgearDGND4000750 MbpsNoYesADSL2+
ArrisNVG443B1 GbpsYesYesVDSL | VDSL2 | ADSL2+
NetgearD220D300 MbpsNoYesADSL | ADSL2+
ArrisNVG468MQ600 MbpsYesYesGPON | EPON

*These are the max speeds the technology can accommodate. Speeds may vary based on configuration and other factors.

Frontier Compatible Modems FAQ

As with all internet providers, you may have questions that are not answered here that are specific to Frontier. If you don’t see your question answered, feel free to leave us a message in the comments below and our support staff will get back to you with a detailed reply within 1-2 days.

How to change Frontier wifi password?

Changing your WiFi password takes about 5-10 minutes, depending on your WiFi router or modem router combo. You can also check out our more in-depth guide on how to change your WiFi password.

I forgot my current WiFi password:

  1. Changing the password requires you to be currently connected to your device by either Ethernet or WiFi. If you’re unable to connect via Ethernet, start by resetting your device (press and hold the reset button on the back of your device for 30 seconds, then allow 2-3 min for your device to reboot and reset before moving on to step 2).
  2. Depending on the device you’re working with, these instructions may be a little different. If you’ve gone through this and it’s still not working, try searching for your exact model in the search bar above for more detailed instructions that are specific to your modem router or WiFi router.
  3. On the bottom of your device, on one of the stickers, you’ll notice a web address, a username and a password. This information is necessary to log in and change your wireless settings. The web address may be formatted similar to this: 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.100.1.
  4. Once you’ve located this address and login information, open a web browser on a computer or smartphone that’s connected to the router via WiFi or Ethernet. Please note that this will only work if you are connected to your router.
  5. On the browser page, enter your login information into the fields, as prompted.
  6. Once logged in successfully, navigate to the WiFi settings section of your control panel. This will be different for every manufacturer, but it’s generally called “wireless settings” or “WiFi settings”.
  7. Once there, you’ll be looking for the SSID which is your WiFi network name (in case you wanted to change that while you’re in here).
  8. Then, keep looking until you find the WiFi password. It may be listed as “pre-shared key”, “password” or “Security key”, depending on your device’s manufacturer. Most of the time passwords need to be at least 8 characters long, and include 1 capital letter and 1 symbol, but even if it’s not required you should probably do this anyway, just to keep your personal data safe!
  9. After you’ve changed all the info you’d like to update, make sure to hit save or apply so you don’t have to start over!
  10. After you hit apply or save, your modem will do it’s thing. If you’re using a WiFi connection to do this, you’ll need to reconnect to your WiFi network again (with your new password) to get internet access.

Did that work?? Let us know in the comments!

I know my current WiFi password, I just want it to be changed:

If you already know your current WiFi password, congratulations on being a responsible adult! To change your WiFi to something else, go ahead and follow these instructions:

  1. Depending on the device you’re working with, these instructions may be a little different. If you’ve gone through this and it’s still not working, try searching for your exact model in the search bar above for more detailed instructions that are specific to your modem router or WiFi router.
  2. On the bottom of your device, on one of the stickers, you’ll notice a web address, a username and a password. This information is necessary to log in and change your wireless settings. The web address may be formatted similar to this: 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.100.1.
  3. Once you’ve located this address and login information, open a web browser on a computer or smartphone that’s connected to the router via WiFi or Ethernet. Please note that this will only work if you are connected to your router.
  4. On the browser page, enter your login information into the fields, as prompted.
  5. Once logged in successfully, navigate to the WiFi settings section of your control panel. This will be different for every manufacturer, but it’s generally called “wireless settings” or “WiFi settings”.
  6. Once there, you’ll be looking for the SSID which is your WiFi network name (in case you wanted to change that while you’re in here).
  7. Then, keep looking until you find the WiFi password. It may be listed as “pre-shared key”, “password” or “Security key”, depending on your device’s manufacturer. Most of the time passwords need to be at least 8 characters long, and include 1 capital letter and 1 symbol, but even if it’s not required you should probably do this anyway, just to keep your personal data safe!
  8. After you’ve changed all the info you’d like to update, make sure to hit save or apply so you don’t have to start over!
  9. After you hit apply or save, your modem will do it’s thing. If you’re using a WiFi connection to do this, you’ll need to reconnect to your WiFi network again (with your new password) to get internet access.

How to cancel Frontier Internet?

Whether you’re moving or are just switching providers for whatever reason and need to cancel, it’s a pretty easy process. All you need to do is call up Frontier customer service and literally just ask to cancel your account. Once they get your cancellation request, they may try to offer you things to stay with them, but if you’re not interested, just say no thanks and they’ll get you cancelled in a few days. Good luck!!

Will my Frontier modem work with my any WiFi router or do I need a specific brand?

We get this one a lot! The short answer is: Yes, this will probably work with your Netgear, Belkin, or whatever brand wireless router. If the modem you’re looking at has built-in WiFi, you can hook up pretty much any WiFi extender or repeater to it as well to extend the existing wireless network.

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