Create a powerful home or small office network with this ARRIS SURFboard cable modem. Two Ethernet ports let you connect directly to your devices, and 32 download and eight upload channels provide real-time video and game streaming without lagging. This ARRIS SURFboard cable modem supports IPv4 and IPv6 browsing for reliable connectivity.
Gigabit Ethernet connectivity
Makes it easy to link to your Windows, Mac, Unix or Linux computer.
DOCSIS 3.1 technology
Features 32 x 8 channel bonding in DOCSIS 3.0 mode, plus advanced DOCSIS 3.1 technology for DOCSIS speeds up to 10 Gbps.
Works with Cox, Xfinity and other U.S. cable internet providers
Ideal for Gigabit+ speed packages* offered by cable internet providers. High-speed Internet data plans are required.
* Spectrum requires use of their modem for 1 Gb or greater speed tiers.
A:AnswerPlease help! I just bought this modem and now my old Nighthawk 7600 won’t work. I called Comcast and they are no help. I originally set up the modem connected to a PC. Now when I plug in my router it won’t connect to the internet.
A:AnswerSpectrum customers (only): Activation of new SB8200 devices is temporarily not supported on the Spectrum network. You can instead opt for SB6190 or SB6183 that would provide support for speed tiers of upto 400 Mbps with Spectrum’s service
A:AnswerNo, it does not. Very few modems offer Voice support, and the few I've seen that do tend to be very expensive. If you have to have VOIP as part of your package, you may be stuck with renting equipment from the ISP, which is always an expensive proposition over time. I get VOIP service from NetTalk, which provides a small accessory that you just plug into an Ethernet port on the router or a switch. That way I'm free to select the modem of my choice.
A:AnswerComcast disables the second port with there file they send to this.
You would have to pay extra for basically "another modem" fee to comcast for the second port, it will get assigned a different external ip address.
You could buy a switch and hook it to the main port, then hook your two separate routers into the switch. That should do what your looking for, but you will still only have one external ip.
A:AnswerI ordered the modem for in store pick up and used the coupon when the associate in the store placed the order for me. Go to the geek squad desk in the middle of the store and they will take care of it for you.