Someone had a question about their cable modem, and people immediately assumed that they were talking about a home network. As a consultant, I deal with lots of business networks that use business-class cable for their primary WAN & Internet connectivity. I know that a cable modem isn't going to be considered "enterprise-level" but at the same time, there are sizable small businesses that are using the technology. Should questions about this be disregarded altogether just because the same technology could be used in a home?
If you use the same technology in a business that you could use in a home, is it no longer considered "network engineering" just because the equipment doesn't cost thousands of dollars?
I know this community is still growing, but sometimes it feels like we are being unnecessarily exclusionary.