ARRIS SURFboard (24×8) DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem Plus AC2350 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router, approved for Cox, Spectrum, Xfinity & more (SBG7400AC2)

February 22, 2020 - Comment

The Surfboard SBG7400AC2 is a DOCSIS 3. 0 24×8 cable modem, Wave 2 AC2350 Dual Band Concurrent Wi-Fi Access Point and 4-Port Gigabit Ethernet Router, all wrapped up in one device. Plus it features McAfee secure home Internet, keeping all devices on your network safe and secure from online threats like malware and phishing scams-

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(as of April 19, 2020 9:01 am GMT+0000 - Details)

The Surfboard SBG7400AC2 is a DOCSIS 3. 0 24×8 cable modem, Wave 2 AC2350 Dual Band Concurrent Wi-Fi Access Point and 4-Port Gigabit Ethernet Router, all wrapped up in one device. Plus it features McAfee secure home Internet, keeping all devices on your network safe and secure from online threats like malware and phishing scams- and its FREE for 3 years! With the easy to use mobile app, set parental control by user profile, receive instant alerts of suspicious activity and manage your network no matter where you are.

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Anonymous says:

Works great, lousy install instructions cost 1 star I was replacing an older modem separate router setup max speed measured was 150Mbps at 5G and 72Mbps at 2.4 G.We have Time Warner / Spectrum service. I made the connections according to the instructions for setup for the new Arris Surfboard by Ethernet cable but I wasn’t able to connect to the internet. I called tech support for Arris and was on hold for 75 minutes. They told me that I have to contact my service ( TW / Spec ) and activate the modem first, then call them for help. The instructions that came with the modem did not say that in the setup instructions at all. Even the guy on the phone said ” Yeah, we missed that part” Called TW / Spect next on hold again….you know how that feels…recorded message..Your call is important to us, please stay on the line….etc…finally got thru and they sent the activate signal for the new Arris to workThat was the bad part……BOOOOO….cost Arris a starGood part now….Setup using the ethernet cable…

Anonymous says:

Same exact Xfinity speeds if not better at a fraction of the size.. Some range issues though Did speedtest’s using the same server point on both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz before swapping from the Xfinity provided unit to this new Arris and the results were nearly identical. About 179Mbps download and 11.4Mbps upload on 5Ghz for both on Blast+ 150Mbps service. With the 2.4Ghz though… with 3 tests of 2.4Ghz on the stock unit I hit about 58.2Mbps download and 10.8Mbps upload each time, and on the Arris I hit 57 download the first test and the next two were about 110! Could be a fluke with variables on the test server etc, but the 2.4Ghz seems to be better on the Arris! Love that this is a matte finish plastic all around though compared to the Xfinity. So no fingerprints and less noticeable dust!CONS: Only issue I’ve noticed after a couple weeks of use is that the downward antenna range on this is near non existent compared to the stock xfinity modem. I live in a 1050 sqft dublex style 2 story and with the Arris in the top left room (2nd floor) I now have only 1 bar/no wifi…

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