ARRIS SURFboard SBG6900AC Docsis 3.0 16×4 Cable Modem/ Wi-Fi AC1900 Router – Retail Packaging – White

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The ARRIS Surfboard SBG6900AC Cable modem & Wi-Fi router is the latest product available from ARRIS. An all-in-one, best-in-class device equipped with a DOCSIS 3. 0 cable Modem with 16 download and 4 upload channels Cable of speeds up to 686Mbps, 802. 11AC 1900 Mbps Wi-Fi dual Band router and 4-Port Gigabit Ethernet ports. Equip

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The ARRIS Surfboard SBG6900AC Cable modem & Wi-Fi router is the latest product available from ARRIS. An all-in-one, best-in-class device equipped with a DOCSIS 3. 0 cable Modem with 16 download and 4 upload channels Cable of speeds up to 686Mbps, 802. 11AC 1900 Mbps Wi-Fi dual Band router and 4-Port Gigabit Ethernet ports. Equip your home network with the most advanced modem & router available today to enhance your internet experience!

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Anonymous says:

Buggy user interface, hidden settings, poor DNS server, poor support, forget using a Microcell, — find another cable modem It’s a decent modem but a poorly designed router. People would do much better to get a simple modem and buy the router separately. I have an ATT Microcell that suddenly stopped working one day. Checked the ARRIS programming – it was “perfect” so I blamed the Microcell. ATT sent a new one and it STILL did not work! Checked with the cable company to see if they had done anything and they said “no”. We were tearing our hair out. Called ARRIS tech support. 1st tech was friendly but not very helpful. 2nd tech I talked to was hostile – after I found out from looking at the ARRIS web interface source code (anyone can see it) that there is a secret technician login for the modem. I wanted to have the login to see if I could fix or investigate the problem better. The tech denied it — he was either lying or ignorant and got angry with me for looking at the source code! In the end ARRIS tech support did not know what they were doing. I finally was going to use the…

Anonymous says:

Easy install, fast speeds, and no issues so far! Swapped out my Comcast rental modem, was up and running in just a few minutes, and now I don’t have to pay the $7 modem rental fee to Comcast. I’m provisioned for the 105/20 Mbps package and typically get 120/20.5 Mbps.This modem can utilize up to 8 channels of downstream for a theoretical max speed of 343 Mbps whereas the Motorola SB6121 and other earlier/cheaper DOCSIS 3 modems can only utilize 4 channels maxing your download speeds out at 172 Mbps. Just something to think about if you plan on using this modem for a few years as speeds offered will inevitably increase.Also, it *does* support IPv6 even though Comcast’s page doesn’t list it as certified yet. Motorola’s data sheet specifically lists the SB6141 as IPv6 ready and tests with an Apple AirPort Extreme (v7.6.4) and MacBook Pro running 10.9 confirm this.Update 2/4/13: Still working great without issue.Update 3/25/13: Still not even a single reboot required.Update 8/28/13:…

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