MOTOROLA VDSL2/ADSL2+ Modem + WiFi AC1600 Gigabit Router, Model MD1600, for Non-Bonded, Non-Vectoring DSL from CenturyLink, Frontier, and Some Other DSL Providers

February 22, 2020 - Comment

IMPORTANT: Model MD1600 is a great choice for many ADSL and VDSL services from CenturyLink, Frontier, Windstream, TDS Telecom, and Fairpoint. MODEL MD1600 DOES NOT WORK WITH BONDED VDSL, BONDED ADSL, OR VDSL VECTORING. PLEASE READ THE CHECKLIST IN THE PRODUCT IMAGES ON THIS PAGE BEFORE PURCHASING THIS PRODUCT. If you’re still not sure whether

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IMPORTANT: Model MD1600 is a great choice for many ADSL and VDSL services from CenturyLink, Frontier, Windstream, TDS Telecom, and Fairpoint. MODEL MD1600 DOES NOT WORK WITH BONDED VDSL, BONDED ADSL, OR VDSL VECTORING. PLEASE READ THE CHECKLIST IN THE PRODUCT IMAGES ON THIS PAGE BEFORE PURCHASING THIS PRODUCT. If you’re still not sure whether you have the right type of DSL service, BE SURE TO ASK YOUR SERVICE PROVIDER BEFORE purchasing this product. MODEL MD1600 IS NEVER COMPATIBLE WITH VERIZON OR AT&T SERVICES. The MD1600 IS NEVER compatible with Comcast, Charter Spectrum, Cox, or other cable services.

Model MD1600 is a VDSL2/ADSL2+ Modem combined with a built-in AC1600 WiFi Gigabit Router, delivering high-speed Internet to all your WiFi and Ethernet devices. Supplying your own modem typically saves $9.99 in modem rental fees each month for CenturyLink, and savings vary for other service providers. The MD1600 supports speeds up to 100 Mbps, and speeds also depend on the speed of your VDSL or ADSL service. (VDSL or ADSL service is required.)

The MD1600 Internet connection works over your existing telephone wiring and provides high-speed Internet for your Ethernet and wireless devices – for instance, smartphones, computers, HDTVs, game stations or streaming media devices. The MD1600 includes a USB 2.0 host port for attaching optional USB storage devices for Network Attached Storage (NAS) which supports DLNA Media Sharing for easy sharing of video and audio files by other devices on your network.

Setup is fast and easy using our Quick Start guide. Our experienced USA-based customer support specialists are ready to help if you need them. Motorola extras include advanced surge and lightning protection, easy installation, 2-year warranty, and superb customer support.

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Anonymous says:

When it works it works okay, but requires more maintenance than than it should i live in an area where dsl is our best Internet option. Our provider is CenturyLink. When their tech came to set up our service, he admitted to not knowing that Motorola even made dsl modem/routers. i told him to just set up the line and i would handle the rest.It took me much longer than it should have; i misread the rather clear instructions (i have health issues). Once i had figured out where i went wrong, i had the network up and running in minutes.i love this modem/router. Solid, stable, fast wireless network. Handles many devices well. Great, state-of-the-art security. Seems to have great range; no issues with our two-story townhouse. i recommend this product.UPDATEMy love affair with this product is over. I bought it new in July 2018. It’s now October 2018. For the past couple of weeks, i have been experiencing unexpected buffering. The wireless network seems to cut in and out. I have had to powercycle it virtually…

Anonymous says:

Absolute fastest & easiest set up ever using CenturyLink’s VDSL … Absolute fastest & easiest set up ever using CenturyLink’s VDSL service. I followed the included Quick Setup Guide instructions and in less than 4 minutes (YES less than 4 minutes) I had internet service and WiFi setup. All I had to do was change the default WiFi password. The Motorola Setup Wizard did everything else! WiFi signal is very strong throughout our 2,000 sq ft, 2 storey house.

Anonymous says:

Motorola is on top of customer service. I have been using Frontier Phone access to the web through a DSL modem since 2010. we live in a remote area of CA that does not have Cable TV so we have to depend on Streaming video and Satellite TV for our home entertainment. I use the web in my business as well to communicate with clients and for banking. Sometimes I need to send large files over the internet to clients. With our internet service Frontier advertises a band width of a maximum of just over 6KBPS wich proves to be available quite often. However my test software has regularly registered speeds less than 0.5KBPS which does not support streaming video. On occasion I have experienced such slow speeds and rebooted my old modem and immediately experienced acceptable web speeds sometimes back to the neighborhood of 6K in my tests. I purchased this new Motorola DSL modem because I find that the old one does not support the new security protocols on the web (long encryption technology) and because I do not trust the firmware…

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