ARRIS Surfboard (24×8) Docsis 3.0 Cable Modem Plus AC1750 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router and Xfinity Telephone, Certified for Comcast Xfinity Only (SVG2482AC), Max Download Speed: 1 Gbps

February 22, 2020 - Comment

The Surfboard SVG2482AC is the first retail Wi-Fi modem to feature rdk-b and is optimized for use with Xfinity Internet & Voice service. Rdk-b is an open-source software standard for accelerating the delivery of the latest entertainment and broadband services. It enables cable Internet Providers to quickly and efficiently deliver next-gen products and services directly

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The Surfboard SVG2482AC is the first retail Wi-Fi modem to feature rdk-b and is optimized for use with Xfinity Internet & Voice service. Rdk-b is an open-source software standard for accelerating the delivery of the latest entertainment and broadband services. It enables cable Internet Providers to quickly and efficiently deliver next-gen products and services directly to the devices on their network. With Wi-Fi speeds up to 1750 Mbps, download speeds up to 1 Gbps (not approved for Gigabit speed Internet plan) and 2 telephone lines, the SVG2482AC is the perfect solution to kick your XFINITY home network into high gear! Add a battery backup (sold separately) for coverage during power outages. Put the power back in your control with surfboard.

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Anonymous says:

Works well with Xfinity Triple Play Since I upgraded to Xfinity Triple Play, I had to upgrade to a home gateway that also supports Xfinity Voice VOIP. My previous unit was also an Arris, but only their cable modem. Considering that there are very few gateways on the market that supports Xfinity Voice, my choices were limited. I also didn’t want to lease one from Comcast, so I went with the Arris SVG2482AC which is their latest consumer model that combines the cable model, internet router, and voice modem in one unit. it was very easy to setup and then activate with Comcast.I have a single level condo that’s fairly large and the wireless router signal has been good throughout the place. I was planning to bridge my Airport base station with the Arris, if I had dead zones, but there was no need too. So far, everything is working fine.

Anonymous says:

Buyer Beware Yes, this modem is compatible with Xfinity Internet and Vocie. Yes, it works fine. BUT, it is NOT compatible with Xfinity’s Gig Speed Tier. You wouldn’t know that from just looking at the headline and product, it advertises speeds up to 1Gig, however Comcast requires a DOCSIS 3.1 modem. This is 3.0. This is falsely advertised and if I could get my money back I would. Don’t buy this unless you only want speeds 250Mb and below.

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