Motorola SB6180 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem in Non-Retail Packaging (Brown Box)
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- 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet port to connect with router or computer
- DOCSIS 3.0 certified, capable of up to 300 Mbps and upload speeds up to 120 Mbps based on your Cable provider service
- Compatible with major Cable Internet Providers. Contact your ISP to verify compatibility.
- Compatible with Windows, Macintosh and UNIX computers
- Good for streaming Audio / Video and gaming on multiple devices at a time
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Edit- If that doesn't work, reset the modem to factory default and try again. If that doesn't work, reset to factory default and instead tell them it is an SB6580. If that doesn't work, reset to factory default once again and tell them it is an Arris WBM760A. If that doesn't work then your model is defective (many defective models going out for some reason for the first few weeks of January 2014.)
The SB6180 was not listed on Time Warner's website as an approved cable modem, but when I connected the modem to the cable and called the tech support at Time Warner Cable, they activated the device and instantly it worked very well, giving me the full speed. The only thing different is that I now need a separate router to be used with this SB6180, while the previous SBG6580 came with an internal router.
Although the SB6180 is listed as used, it looks like new. Plus, it costs much less than an SBG6580, even if the cost for an external wireless router is added. By the way, the wireless router with my previous rental SBG6580 worked very poorly, so I had to buy an external wireless router anyway.
Three days has passed since I installed the modem, and the device is still working like a charm. I'm happy with this purchase.
- great price
- works with Time Warner
- you can stop paying modem rental fees
- its refurbished (mine looked used, but it works perfectly fine)
Worked really well for the 7 months. Warranty has passed. May just be a fluke, but I'm not going to try buying the same one for awhile. I'm going to try the Cisco DPC3010.
I use it with COX Cable. No disconnects, no dropped connections.
I sense a slow-down playing (Battlefield 3) 2 days ago and today it died.
I'm really disappointed that it didn't last long.
Be careful about purchasing used modems because this could happen to you.
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I prefer Motorola modems and was looking for a deal for a relative. This was not it. It did not work out of the box, I wasted my time with tech support trying to make it work and... Read morePublished 12 days ago by VA BCH
Replaced old modem with this one and was up and running in minutes. Great value, no troubles so far.Published 13 days ago by J D
Unplugged my Xfinity router, plugged this unit in ,called comcast support told them its a sb6141 , couple minutes later,worked just fine , i bought 2 (one for backup, ) because of... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Marcus
I purchased this as a used device from Miakota. I have not tried it yet, but my experience with used Routers/Modems has been excellent. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Vicki DM
SUPER quick shipping, product as described and in "new" condition. Will update if necessary once installed with my ISP.Published 1 month ago by Loren Trujillo
Took the Cox guy 5 min to set up when he got there.
Performance is great. Showed up in a bubble wrap ball, but i didn't care. Works great.