ARRIS SURFboard (32×8) Docsis 3.0 Cable Modem Plus AC2350 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router, Certified for Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox & More (SBG7600AC2), Black

February 22, 2020 - Comment

The Surfboard SBG7600AC2 is a DOCSIS 3. 0 32×8 cable modem, AC2350 Wave 2 Dual Band Concurrent Wi-Fi Access Point and 4-Port Gigabit Ethernet Router, all wrapped up in one device. Plus it features ARRIS Secure Home Internet by McAfee, keeping all devices on your network safe and secure from online threats like malware and

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

The Surfboard SBG7600AC2 is a DOCSIS 3. 0 32×8 cable modem, AC2350 Wave 2 Dual Band Concurrent Wi-Fi Access Point and 4-Port Gigabit Ethernet Router, all wrapped up in one device. Plus it features ARRIS Secure Home Internet by McAfee, 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…very high speeds Works well with Xfinity but…. Xfinity had a very difficult time activating it on their system. I tried normal customer service (overseas call center) for 2 hours one night. They told us to bring it in to a local store to be “scanned”. At the store they too were unable to activate it and told us to call their highest level technical assistance (in Arizona). After 2 hours they finally activated it. It turns out that Xfinity has the model incorrectly listed. Hopefully they got that fixed and activating it now may be easier!

Anonymous says:

Warning! — Incompatible with Spectrum Although they claim “ARRIS SURFboard (32×8) DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem Plus AC2350 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router, 1 Gbps Max Speed, Certified for Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox & more (SBG7600AC2)”, they lie.It is not compatible with Spectrum.In fairness, Spectrum was unable to tell me why or in what way it’s incompatible. But they still refused to connect it.

Anonymous says:

Notoriously bad chipset I purchased this as a replacement for the technicolor modem I received from Spectrum. I work from home often and felt like an upgrade was in order. Within a couple hours of getting the Surfboard set up and connected to the WAN, the first reboot occurred. Then, reboot after reboot after reboot.. sometimes 3-5 times every 24 hours. I initially thought it was Spectrum’s DHCP lease renewal or firmware related. Nope. After a bit of troubleshooting, I realized that my particular model arris surfboard (SBG7600AC2) came with an Intel Puma chipset. They are notoriously faulty and plagued with a wide variety of issues. All that being said, the modem was pretty smoking fast when it wasn’t rebooting.I have since reverted back to my old technicolor. Hopefully, someone will reach out to me about replacing this SBG7600AC2 with another model, sans the Puma chip.

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