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Arris SURFboard (16x4) Docsis 3.0 Cable Modem Plus AC1900 Dual Band Wi-Fi Router, Certified for Xfinity, Spectrum, Cox & More (SBG6950AC2),Black
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- 3 products in 1: DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem, AC1900 dual-band Wi-Fi Router, 4 Port Gigabit Ethernet Router (cable digital voice service not supported)
- Compatible with major U.S. Cable Internet Providers including Cox, Spectrum, Xfinity & others. Cable internet service required. Not compatible with ATT, Verizon, CenturyLink or other DSL or Fiber internet providers
- 16 downstream & 4 upstream DOCSIS 3.0 bonded channels. Best for cable internet speed plans up to 400 Mbps.
- Wi-Fi 5 AC1900 dual-band concurrent Wi-Fi Router with 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports
- Setup and manage your network with the SURFboard Manager app
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Power your home network with the all-in-one SURFboard SBG6950AC2 Wi-Fi Cable Modem
2 products in 1 - The SURFboard SBG6950AC2 combines a DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem and an 802.11ac Wi-Fi router with 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports, in one, powerful device. With 16 downstream and 4 upstream channels,the SBG6950AC2 offers you more speed and faster streaming & downloading throughout your home. The all-in-one modem & Wi-Fi router combo means no more managing multiple devices. Plus, it saves you money on monthly modem rental fees and fits easily into any home office.
Compatible with major U.S. cable internet providers including Cox, Spectrum, Xfinity and others. If you are unsure about compatibility, check your ISP website or the ARRIS website to confirm.
2 products in 1
The SBG6950AC2 combines a DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem with a 802.11ac Wi-Fi router equipped with 4 one-gigabit Ethernet ports. A space-saving and economical option.
Compatible with major U.S. cable internet providers
The perfect addition to your home network, the SBG6950AC2 is compatible with major U.S. cable internet providers, including Cox, Spectrum, Xfinity and others. It's best for internet speed plans up to 400 Mbps.
Quick & easy setup
With just a few quick cable connections and a visit to your ISP's activation page, you can have a lightning-fast home network up and running.
Four 1-Gigabit Ethernet Ports
The SBG6950AC2 is equipped with four 1-gigabit Ethernet ports for ultra-fast wired networking. Perfect for connecting smart TVs, gaming consoles and more.
|Best for cable internet speed plans||Up to 300 Mbps||Up to 400 Mbps||Up to 600 Mbps||Up to 600 Mbps||Up to 4 Gbps|
|DOCSIS Downstream x Upstream Channels||16 x 4||16 x 4||24 x 8||32 x 8||32 x 8|
|OFDM Downstream x Upstream Channels||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||2 x 2|
|Wi-Fi Speeds||AC1600 dual-band concurrent||Wave 2 AC1900 dual-band concurrent||Wave 2 AC2350 dual-band concurrent||Wave 2 AC2350 dual-band concurrent||Wave 2 AC2350 dual-band concurrent|
|Gigabit Ethernet Ports||2||4||4||4||4|
|Quick Connect via SURFboard Manager App||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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The Surfboard SBG6950AC2 is a DOCSIS 3.0 16x4 cable modem, Wave 2 AC1900 Dual Band Concurrent Wi-Fi Access Point and 4-Port Gigabit Ethernet Router, all wrapped up in one device.
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Do yourself a favor and seek out a different cable modem router. Do a search on the following for the backstory on a flawed product and a list of dozens of cable modems to avoid, “Intel's buggy Puma 6 chipset earns Arris a gigabit-modem lawsuit”
This is the first day I've had this Wifi router/modem combo and, so far, so good. All I wanted was a Wifi cable modem router that would let me work from home and sometimes binge watch some Netflix or play some video games during the COVID quarantine. This one seems to do the trick.... Hopefully I'll be able to provide an update in a few months. (BEWARE: I found this out the hard way, some products only let you leave feedback for the first 90 days or so, so check your purchases to confirm how long you have).
Honestly, this should be a simple plug-in-and-go type of thing at this point. But it ended up taking a couple hours for me. Let me help speed up the process: On page 15 of the manual, there are websites leading to the activation pages for Comcast/Xfinity, Cox, and Spectrum. The link worked, but the activation did not for me. I had to call Comcast the next day and get them to manually activate. Ok, fine... I don't know if that's on the modem or the service provider. I don't hold a particularly great deal of confidence in either. Anyway, Activate First. Next, skip to page 25 in the manual and type the number into your browser. Change your password for your web manager, change the name of your network, and CHANGE your network password. Done.
This was well packaged and super easy to setup. I was online within 10 minutes. This also greatly increased my wifi speeds from the old outdated equipment I had. I will update review if anything changes.
July 5th, several days past my return window, the modem/router began to lag. And has continued to stop working numerous times throughout the day. If I want to watch a 30 minute show on Hulu/Netflix I have to reset the modem at least 3 times. This also applies to being online. I started making an online purchase, 3 items from the same sight, this took over 1.5 hrs. My internet speeds are blazing fast my computer is only a few months old the only other thing involved in this equation is the modem. I finally gave up and stopped restarting the modem and used my phone with cellular data. I was able to place my order within 3 minutes. Super let down that this modem is so janky.