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Motorola MG7550 16x4 Cable Modem plus AC1900 Dual Band Wi-Fi Gigabit Router with Power Boost, 686 Mbps DOCSIS 3.0 - Certified by Comcast, Charter Spectrum, Time Warner, Cox, More (Black)
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- 16x4 686 Mbps DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem gateway with a built-in AC1600 Dual Band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) Wi-Fi Gigabit Router, four 10/100/1000 Gigabit (GigE) Ethernet ports, and firewall. The 16x4 DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem provides nominal speeds of 686 Mbps, sixteen times faster than DOCSIS 2.0. Actual service speeds are lower, and this product is recommended for actual service speeds up to 375 Mbps. A Broadcom modem chipset provides security from Denial of Service attacks.
- Certified by Comcast, Charter Spectrum, Cox, Timer Warner Cable and other cable service providers for use in their modem ownership programs that save rental charges of up to $132 per year. (MG7550 has no phone jack for Telephone Service option from Cable Companies.)
- High-speed wireless router with AC1900 Wi-Fi and Power Boost provides Internet access for wireless n, ac, g, and b devices including smartphones, computers, tablets, game stations, Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, HDTVs. Four Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports provide wired connections to Windows and Mac computers, HDTVs, game stations, and other Ethernet-capable devices.
- Wireless Power Boost adds high-performance Wi-Fi power amplifiers to boost the wireless signals to the legal limit, giving a significant boost in speed and range. In addition, AnyBeam beamforming at both 2 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies focuses the signal on wireless clients to further enhance performance and range.
- Integrating the cable modem and router creates a more reliable connection that reduces unwieldy wiring and power adapter clutter while conserving desk space. The vertical design further minimizes shelf space, improves cooling and extends product life while looking great in any home or office.
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MG7550 is a 16x4 686 Mbps DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem with a built-in AC1900 Wi-Fi Gigabit Router with Power Boost. The MG7550 is certified by a number of leading cable service providers including Comcast XFINITY for every speed, including the top speeds of Extreme 250 for households, and Time Warner Cable for all speeds including 300 Mbps, and Cox’s Ultimate package. Charter Spectrum approved. Owning the MG7550 eliminates modem rental charges that are often $132 per year. With easy installation, very high-speed, broad compatibility, and superb customer support, Model MG7550 is a great choice for almost any cable modem user. 16x4 modem performance means that up to 16 cable data channels carry data from the Internet, 16 times faster than DOCSIS 2.0; and up to 4 channels carry data to the Internet. Wireless Power Boost amplifies the wireless signal to the legal limit and increases speed and range. AnyBeam beamforming at 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz focuses the signal on wireless clients to allow further improvements to wireless performance and range. The built-in AC1900 Dual Band wireless router provides the range, wireless speeds, and networking support needed for wireless n/ac/g/b devices including smartphones, computers, tablets, and HDTVs. Four 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet ports provide wired connections to computers, HDTVs, game stations, and other Ethernet-capable devices. Router features include an advanced firewall, parental controls, and a browser-based configuration manager. Guest network access gives visitors Internet services while protecting your local network’s private information. Setup is fast and easy. Seven status reporting LEDs allow easy status monitoring. Two year warranty is the longest in the cable modem industry. Experienced USA-based customer support specialists are ready to help if you need them. Best of all, MG7550 offers the value, performance, and attention to quality that continue to make Motorola the leading brand of cable modems.
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The ISP units were flaky. Changed their unit four times and finally said, there has got to be a better solution to equipment that is intermittent by design. Bought this unit, and can't say enough nice things. It works better than the ISP units, and has not disappointed me for one day. Nice. Bonus: Pays for itself in one year. Thanks Motorola for making a quality product.
If you have spectrum, you will need to call when you get it. They have to set up some files to activate it. We couldn't get ours to work for a while, and finally called back in. The first guy had forgotten one file in a folder. So if you have issues, have them check whatever they do during setup.
I don't see any cons other then the power cord having a bump at the plug which causes the brick to wobble and potentially come lose. The Signal to Noise is 41-43 which is amazing. Means they are using a high quality radio for the cable communication to the ISP. Zero errors and corrected octets. Perfection!
Shame they don't make an Emta version. Comcast holds a monopoly on them... Because they want that $10 a month. Arris is the only suppler that you can find, that is compatible with phone support. But their modems are no where near as good as this.
Set up was a breeze. I simply plugged it into a/c power, connected my cable line to it, and turned it on. After waiting about five minutes or so, I connected a computer directly to the router with an Ethernet cable, and when I opened up a browser, it automatically took me to my cable company's activation page. I logged in to my cable company's page, and that activated the unit. From that point on, I was connected to the Internet via the router.
The only next step was to set up a wireless network, which was also easy. I used the web browser again, went to the router's address (given on the instructions page) logged in with the default credentials (also on the login page), and named a new wireless network with a password, selected "save," and that was it!
Here's a neat little trick. You can easily set up two wireless networks, one at 2.4GHz and one at 5.0GHz. If you put "2.4" and "5.0" at the end of the name of each of the two networks, you can easily log into the wireless system of your choice. (2.4GHz networks are sometimes impacted by microwave ovens, etc., so it's nice to have a separate 5.0GHz network set up separately: so, if you set up two wireless networks with different names, one ending in "2.4" and the other ending in "5.0," doing so FORCES your client, i.e, the computer or tablet, etc., to connect at 5.0GHz if you select that network. Nifty!) You can set individual specifications (bandwidth, power, etc.) for each wireless network once you have the networks established.
That leads me to another thing about this router that is very nice. The web interface on this router is actually pleasant to look at and is laid out so that you don't have to be a networking expert to customize settings. There is help available for most every setting, and if you hover your mouse over an option, a pop-up window comes up and explains the setting. Really, really nice touch. The interface makes it a pleasure to use, the first time I can ever say that of a router, and I've set up plenty of them over the years. It makes the Arris router I was using look like it came from the Stone Age.
So, great wireless coverage, lots of options, wonderful interface with built-in help make this easily a five-star rating. It is well worth what it costs!
P.S. Our internet plan is 50mg. After the new router was activated we are getting anywhere from 100 to 150mg.