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Motorola MB8600

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Q: need a high speed modem connection with phone for infinity or cable hook up
Q: Comccast says I need to change my modem. Which one is best for my two desktop computers? I don't want to have to keep replacing my modem, and I am concerned about what I have read concerning glitches, lack of manufacturer support, and heating up. I would rather pay more for quality and longevity. Thank you
A: i would go with the SB8200 if your still deciding.
Q: Not sure of the differences between the Arris SB8200 and the Motorola HB8600 for getting Xfinity 1000Mbps internet service. Which would be better?
Q: I purchased the Motorola MB8600 and was wondering if I made a good choice. Currently I am running a Motorola SB6190 cable modem and a Asus RT-N66W/U and a Asus RT-AC66U. I was using the RT-AC66U then when I tried to Upgrade it I bricked the router. I managed to un-brick and am still using thhe RT-N66W/U My goal is to have the perfect network running Tomato shibby with the absolute best router and modem were I don't have to keep buying new devices every 6 months. I'm looking towered the future and plan on getting the 1GB-100GB internet connection and the fastest most reliable high speed wireless router. What do you guy's think is a good combination?
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Pros
  • Ultra high specs
  • DOCSIS 3.1 and 3.1 compatible
  • Quick installation and setup
Cons
  • No built in router
  • Expensive
  • Not necessary at this time
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Details
  • Recommended for all service speeds from the slowest to over 1,000 Mbps. A Broadcom modem chipset provides security from Denial of Service attacks. This modem connects to a WiFi router, computer, HDTV, game station, or streaming video device. Great for use with Whole Home WiFi or Mesh networks like eero, Google WiFi, and Orbi. (This cable modem does not have a built-in wireless router or telephone call capability. The Motorola MG7310, MG7315, MG7550, and MG7700 have a built-in wireless router.)
  • Requires cable Internet service. Approved by and for use with Comcast Xfinity and Xfinity X1, Cox, and CableOne for all speeds, including Comcast Gigabit services and Cox Gigablast. ELIMINATE CABLE MODEM RENTAL FEES UP TO 132 DOLLARS PER YEAR. (Savings are shown for Xfinity and vary by cable service provider. No cable modem is compatible with fiber optic, DSL, or satellite services from Verizon, AT&T, CenturyLink, Frontier, and others. Model MB8600 has no phone jack.)
  • One open and 3 masked 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet ports allow connection of any SINGLE device with an Ethernet port including a router, Windows/Mac computer, HDTV, game station. The multiple Ethernet ports are NOT for connecting multiple devices; they allow connection to a router that can bond more than one Ethernet port to achieve speeds over 1Gbps when supported by your cable service. Supports IPv4/IPv6. Includes Broadcom full-band capture digital tuner to enhance speed and save energy.
  • Active Queue Management (AQM) significantly reduces Internet latency, much better than popular 32x8 3.0-only cable modems. AQM results in faster page loads for all Web traffic and greatly enhances interactive applications like online gaming and video conferencing.
  • Attractive, compact design minimizes shelf space, improves cooling, and extends product life while looking great in any home or office. A two-year warranty plus rugged lightning and power surge circuits protect your investment. Includes phone and web support by friendly, professional USA-based technical support specialists.
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Size
Weight

0.84 oz
 
Dimensions
7.2 x 2.2 x 7.9 inches
Brand
Motorola
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Key features
  • Ultra fast DOCSIS 3.1 cable modem
  • 32x8 DOCSIS 3.0
  • Four 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet (GigE) ports
  • Active Queue Management (AQM)

Motorola MB8600 is a very popular and one of the most expensive options. It's in the top 3 bestselling modems and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Netgear CM400 or Netgear CM500 .

Motorola MB8600 is $62.70 more expensive than an average modem ($95.30).

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need a high speed modem connection with phone for infinity or cable hook up
Related: Motorola MB8600, Netgear C7800, Modems | Submitted by pLynn 287 days ago

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Comccast says I need to change my modem. Which one is best for my two desktop computers? I don't want to have to keep replacing my modem, and I am concerned about what I have read concerning glitches, lack of manufacturer support, and heating up. I would rather pay more for quality and longevity.
Thank you
Related: Motorola MB8600, Arris SURFboard SB8200, Netgear CM1000, Modems | Submitted by anonymous 296 days ago
A:

i would go with the SB8200 if your still deciding. 

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Not sure of the differences between the Arris SB8200 and the Motorola HB8600 for getting Xfinity 1000Mbps internet service. Which would be better?
Related: Motorola MB8600, Arris SURFboard SB8200, Modems | Submitted by Tony 314 days ago

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I purchased the Motorola MB8600 and was wondering if I made a good choice.
Currently I am running a Motorola SB6190 cable modem and a Asus RT-N66W/U and a Asus RT-AC66U.
I was using the RT-AC66U then when I tried to Upgrade it I bricked the router.
I managed to un-brick and am still using thhe RT-N66W/U
My goal is to have the perfect network running Tomato shibby with the absolute best router and modem were I don't have to keep buying new devices every 6 months.
I'm looking towered the future and plan on getting the 1GB-100GB internet connection and the fastest most reliable high speed wireless router.
What do you guy's think is a good combination?
Related: Motorola MB8600, Motorola MG7550, ARRIS SURFboard SB6190/83, Modems | Submitted by Sean 336 days ago

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Are the ethernet ports on the 7550 modem POE capable?
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will this modem work on Frontier's system?
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does the position of the modem or router influence the signal strength throughtpot the house?
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I have 1 gigabit supported internet bundled with my rent, and I need to buy my own router and modem that support and take advantage of the 1 gigabit network. What router and modem or combo router/ modem would you recommend? I'm looking at the Motorola MG7540 and MG7550. Will either of these suffice?
Related: Motorola MG7550, Motorola MG7540, Modems | Submitted by Matt 253 days ago
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I have 1.5gb service and use the 7550. Works great and covers my whole house

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