Build your home network with this ARRIS SURFboard dual-band router. With Wi-Fi speeds up to 1600 Mbps and a 1.2 GHz processor, it has the power to support multiple devices for streaming and downloading anywhere in your home. This ARRIS SURFboard dual-band router comes with a mobile app for easy connection.
Offers rapid Wi-Fi speeds and coverage, so you can easily connect more than 10 devices to your network.
Up to 1600Mbps data transfer speed
For fast, efficient operation.
DOCSIS 3.0 technology
For use with your existing setup.
Ensures compatibility with a variety of systems.
Protect your information with AES, WPA and WPA2.
Note: Ask your cable company if they support DOCSIS cable modems. DOCSIS (Data over Cable Service Interface Specification) is the industry standard for cable-based Internet access service
ARRIS SURFboard AC1600 Dual-Band Router with 16 x 4 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
A:AnswerYou can opt for SBG10 for your requirements. The Wi-Fi range is subjective based on construction materials and other environmental factors, it should meet the needs of a home under 2500 sq ft if it is centrally located.
A:AnswerThe Cable Operators (MSOs) have complete control of what cable modem/gateway hardware they will allow installed and the firmware it uses, on their cable plant. This means anything directly connected to the cable plant (COAX) in your house. They do this to ensure that nothing happens to anyone upstream from your connections. Cable Operators follow the DOCSIS Specifications that control this methodology of firmware upgrades as well as providing security for the firmware upgrades.
Cable Operators also run both the products and firmware through their own test cycles to approve any manufacturers’ modems, wireless gateways, and the associated firmware updates for deployment. This is not an ARRIS only implementation, but the required implementation of any cable device manufacturer. After an MSO has tested and approved a new version of firmware for a cable device, they will then “push” that new firmware out to the devices.