cable modem router – Motorola SBG6580 DOCSIS 3.0 Wireless Cable Modem Router COMCAST, TWC – SEALED for $29.85

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iucos_bay Motorola SBG6580 Wireless Docsis 3.0 Cable Modem Please check with your local ISP for compatibility! Approved for Comcast/Xfinity, Time Warner Cable, Wide Open West, Bright House,Cox & more! Item Description: Motorola SBG6580 router features a stylish, space-saving design and is extremely easy to install. Employs the DOCSIS 3.0 technology to allow channel bonding up to 8 downstream and 4 upstream channels, thereby increasing data rates. This Motorola SURFboard is equipped with an easy and intuitive interface as well as front-panel LEDs to indicate the status and simplify troubleshooting. Supports advanced encryption services as well as IPv4 and IPv6 for expanded network addressing capabilities. Includes Wi-Fi security (WEP/WPA/WPA2), built-in firewall, and 1 GHz tuners. Uses the 802.11n wireless technology for increased network range. Includes: • Motorola SBG6580 Wireless Docsis 3.0 Cable Modem Router Combo SEALED • Power Supply • NEW Cat5e patch cord All modems are fully tested and functional. Pictures of this device are stock photos. Original device might be different by condition. These are Pre-Owned, so please expect minor cosmetic blemishes or visible wear,like scuffs and scratches, but no major damages. Payment: We accept PayPal only and full payment is due immediately . PayPal allows you to pay by credit cards, debit cards, bank transfers and PayPal account balances. A non-payment dispute will be opened if full payment is not received after 14 days of auction. Shipping: We ship Monday through Saturday. We do not ship on Sunday or any Public Holiday.We cannot change any shipping addresses once they have been entered upon checkout,ebay policy. Please allow 24 hours for tracking information to update .We are not responsible for any delays that may occur during transit. Fast shipping from Chicago, illinois Warranty:30 Days warranty to all our products.Our warranty does not cover to any products that are physically damaged or that are not under...

cable modem router – Motorola SBG6580 DOCSIS 3.0 Wireless Cable Modem Router COMCAST, TWC – SEALED for $29.85
cable modem router – Motorola SBG6580 DOCSIS 3.0 Wireless Cable Modem Router COMCAST, TWC – SEALED for $29.85


  1. Five minutes after arriving on our doorstep, the new cable modem is up and running. Bracing myself for difficulty with Comcast, I was pleased at how easy setup was without ever having to speak to Comcast’s clueless CS. Using a laptop with an Ethernet jack, here’s how easy it was:1) Wrote down my Comcast account number (This is the MOST important step!!!)2) Connected modem to cable, power, and phone line3) Connected Ethernet cable to modem and computer4) Waited three minutes for the first three lights to blink steady (they’ll blink and flash while the modem is syncing. You could wait up to 10 minutes for sync).5) Turned off WiFi6) Opened web browser, and Firefox had a nice little ‘show login page’ button appeared (if this doesn’t show, you can go to Entered my account number and street address8) The modem reset itself. I plugged that into my Luma and we were off to the races!Ironically, Comcast sent a new tower modem a week ago. I don’t know if it’s me, but this seems faster than that did – speed about the same but ping time is now 9ms instead of 14 and pages that seemed to load slowly before pop in immediately. Biggest bonus is that we’re saving $11/month going forward.UPDATE: 4/5/18 – Everything was working perfectly until Comcast turned off my service this weekend because the modem wasn’t registered in the right database and Comcast thought I had no equipment. Object lesson: After activating online, call Comcast to make sure the equipment has registered across all of their databases – 5 minutes could save you 2 hours! The modem, however, is working flawlessly and I still highly recommend it!

  2. The Netgear CM600 cable modem is an ultimately reliable DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem for service speeds up to 300 Mb/sec or faster. Unlike the company’s CM700 model, it does not incorporate the troublesome Intel Puma 6 chipset found in many higher-end cable midems, making it a more reliable choice.There may be a downside for some, having little to do with the CM600. When accessing the CM600 interface, it is noted that ALL firmware upgrades can only be provided by the ISP (in my case, Spectrum). Whether Spectrum will upgrade said firmware (when and if necessary) is questionable, though it would be to their advantage.It has also been explained that Spectrum cannot remotely troubleshoot issues in “non-standard,” cable modem/routers. These being anything other than the standard free cable modem/routers Spectrum installs as part of their service. They can, however, initiate a reboot and validate that the CM600 is functioning.Funny, this seems more like a positive for me! As a trained network support technician, I like the idea that Spectrum cannot manipulate the settings of either my modem or router; something I am more than capable of doing on my own.Setting up the Netgear CM600 cable modem is as easy to setup as plugging it in and turning it on. The CM600 was fully functional within seconds of connecting the Internet cable to the back.The CM600 is a one-trick pony; it is a cable modem and nothing else. It converts cable data into Internet data. Given the specifications and the high-quality components it does its particularly job incredibly well. The CM600 is built to pull a signal out of a weak or “noisy” line. It will continue to provide Internet service when other lesser modems will drop out. Since purchasing this modem, I have had no random cable dropouts from my ISP. Remember, it has no built-in wireless or wired router. Such a router must be purchased separately.A quick aside: The router is the Grand Central Station of your home’s WiFi universe. It takes a tremendous amount of efficient but fast processing power to send and receive multiple data streams quickly and effectively between a houseful of smartphones, smart HDTVs, computers, tablets, cameras and other WiFi-enabled gizmos and the Internet. A router is a radio transceiver. The more powerful it is, the more information it can send through the air over longer distances. The more sensitive it is, the more it can pick up data being transmitted 500+ feet away. To get the best benefit from your Netgear CM600, I recommend the Netgear Nighthawk® R7000P. Built to handle the needs of the tech enabled home, it is a stellar dual-processor performer at an incredible price.No. I don’t work at Netgear!

  3. This modem was great and behaved exactly as advertised, but only for two months. I started to notice spotty internet last week and blamed it on Comcast and then my internet went completely out 3 days ago. All the modem lights were on, my router was working fine, but I couldn’t get internet. The Comcast technician came over for an hour today until we finally realized the modem wasn’t responding correctly so I replaced this with my old modem and got my internet back.So there you go bought Jun. 13, officially dead Aug. 14. Outside of the return period and now I’m stuck with a paperweight. The technician also warned me against Netgear modems too, he said they tend to fail earlier. I do NOT recommend getting this you can get cheaper more reliable modems (Arris). Thanks Netgear for disappointing me, you’ve lost a fan.

  4. I recently have been researching ways to strengthen the WiFi throughout my house. I had a few dead zones along with weaker connections upstairs (two story house). I also installed security cameras outside and while they did connect to the current WiFi, it needed a boost. To my surprise, Eero/Amazon released this and for the price point, I was sold. Don’t get me wrong, I research and test products, and gladly will return if needed. Set up was quick, and easy. The app is great, easy to navigate, and the instructions were simple, not much to it. I was able to connect all my devices and was up and running within 30 minutes. I have had no issues so far (been two days now). Signal seems to be better, not perfect, in my previous troubled spots, but it’s certainly better than it was. I did have some questions for Eero and they answered me within a day. While one of these bad boys cover most of my house, I think I do need a second one upstairs. My house is over 1500 sq ft but certainly not big enough to require 3 of these routers/extenders. I will test this one for another week, and then purchase the second if I’m still sold.

  5. I was surprised eero finally join the mesh wifi REAL competitiontheir first models (eero) are $499 3 pack. double price compare with google they finally join the competition with google wifi ($199) netgear orbi ($264), tplink ($169) meshforce ($169)By the way this is their first new model after amazon bought the company.But pay VERY BIG attention, this eero router &extender suite is very oldI used 400M Internet, this eero has 2 giga ports, but wireless support only up to 550Mbps (You need to know this is according to the lab test, in real life you cannot get even half)I reserached eero’s previous generation and this one, found that eero hide the detailed wireless specification, that means this router you buy is using 802.11 AC 750 standard. (maximum)IN 2019, you just need to spend 30-40 bucks to buy a AC750 wireless router. But eero sells 100 bucks. 3 pack will spend you $250, this is not the right way.Hide some critical specs means they are cheating most customers because they don’t have enough knowledge on technology.And other apsects you need to consider about this product:1. Its design is ugly2. It has a fair connection quality so you can’t count on it if you own a big house.3. To sign up a eero account you must provide a mobile line, I don’t know why they are collecting my information. (If not, you can’t use their app, can’t install the router.)Despite all negative factors, it’s still an amazon brand, so I hope amazon will be a better thing.

  6. This is a fantastic, very easy to setup wireless router that likely blows the pants off of the router built in to your cable modem or whatever old wifi router you’ve been using for a decade.We used the app to setup profiles (Kid1, kid2, kid3) and entertainment (Apple TV, Roku, Nintendo Switch) and streaming music (Alexa, Google home, Apple HomePod) so its just a couple taps in the app to shut off internet when its time to go to bed, time to do homework etc. Currently we have kid profiles set to turn off at bedtime because, well, its bedtime. Our Eero is so centrally located we’re currently just using one, but if we notice any slowdowns we’ll add a Beacon or another Eero upstairs which, judging by the app, will take about 20 seconds to do.Also, Eero now offers some phishing, spyware, adblocking etc for just a couple dollars a month as a subscription. Knowing what my teenagers are likely doing on the internet (and they won’t take computer security seriously, at all) this is easily worth the money. They also offer content blocking (adult, violence, etc). You can look in the app and instantly see how these things are working — how much spyware or adult content was blocked for example.I’ve used a ton of different routers over the years, including 2 Apple Airport, Ubiquiti, Linksys, Netgear, and plenty of others. Nothing was even in the ballpark as easy to setup or as full of features. And at an amazing price. Unlike some of the Wifi Routers that have a million antenna on them, this is good looking and small. if we need more coverage, we can just add what we need to the house, when we need it.Highly recommend. 5 Stars.(bought my own, not a review unit. Ex network security engineer)

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