ARRIS Surfboard Docsis 3.1 Gigabit Cable Modem for Xfinity Internet & Voice

February 22, 2020 - Comment

As DOCSIS 3.1 services become more widely available, your network will be ready with the surfboard T25. The T25 is a DOCSIS 3.1 cable Modem – The newest technology being offered by cable Providers – with 2 telephone lines for digital voice support, plus 2 1-Gigabit Ethernet ports for connecting to a Wi-Fi router or

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As DOCSIS 3.1 services become more widely available, your network will be ready with the surfboard T25. The T25 is a DOCSIS 3.1 cable Modem – The newest technology being offered by cable Providers – with 2 telephone lines for digital voice support, plus 2 1-Gigabit Ethernet ports for connecting to a Wi-Fi router or other wired devices. It’s capable of bonding up to 32 downstream and 8 upstream DOCSIS 3.0 channels or 2 x 2 OFDM DOCSIS 3.1 channels, providing increased bandwidth for true Gigabit speed capability, perfect for things like 4K Ultra-HD video streaming and virtual reality gaming! It is the perfect choice for Gigabit speed Internet plans and saves money on monthly modem rental fees

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Anonymous says:

End of Life product, beware Was excited to get this, but garbage. This product is EOL “End of Life” even though Comcast list it as one of the compatible modems to buy. I wasn’t able to activate it, now I gotta return it and start from the beginning.

Anonymous says:

ARRIS Surfboard Docsis 3.1 Gigabit Cable Modem for Xfinity Internet & Voice is Xfinity T25 I searched Xfinity and the compatible modem (video, voice, no wi-fi) model was T25, but I was unable to find T25 on ARRIS web site. I ordered above Surfboard and hoped I would not have to return it. Replaced my old reliable ARRIS to get latest DOCSIS 3.1. Package arrived MARKED T25 (see photo) but no ARRIS model number. Easy to install for TV, BUT Xfinity computer tree does NOT enable internet or voice (only TV when you own the equipment). You must contact Xfinity Tech Support to give MAC addresses over the phone (yes, a different phone line than the one you are enabling). As in product photo, must stand upright (my old model lay down).

Anonymous says:

Great replacement Been over a day now and not one disconnect from the internet unlike what I`ve been experiencing with the xfinity modem every other stinking minute. This is a modem that has no wifi and is used in bridge mode only with no access to any settings and is usually hooked up to a home router. Has an online registration with xfinity automatically when it`s all connected, though it didnt work for me and I had to call them directly which I think would be best anyways because they need to authorize the removal of the old modem off of your bill and trouble shoot any internet issues as well just to make sure you`re good to go. This modem has a local IP of 192.168.0.1 address which xfinity will reset to their own IP address in order to work for you. So yeah, this thing works so far flawlessly and it just seems a bit more quicker in viewing sites, maybe the throughput isnt bogged down from not having to deal with the wifi software in the modem. Saving me 14 bucks a month on not leasing xfinity`s…

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