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Motorola MG7550

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Q: Are the ethernet ports on the 7550 modem POE capable?
Q: 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?
A: I have 1.5gb service and use the 7550. Works great and covers my whole house
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?
Q: what's the difference between the Motorola MG7550 and MG7540
Q: Not a gamer, but need a new modem/router. Looking at Motorola MG7540 and MG7550. Any recommendations as to which is best
Review by Sophia 0 0
Pros
  • Overall good performance
  • Easy setup
  • Can have multiple devices connected with no loss of speed
Cons
  • Expensive
  • No phone jack
  • Might be obsolete soon
Motorola MG7550 Whenever you get an internet connection from any cable provider they usually give you cheap cable modems and routers that just barely get the job done and you'll always end up buying a bridge, or a ne... Read full review
Review by Azanta Rezwana 0 0
Pros
  • Extensive feature of built-in AC1900 Dual Band Wi-Fi Gigabit Router and Power Boost
  • Certified by top tech-geek (Comcast XFINITY, Time Warner Cable)
  • Compatible with computers, tablets, game stations, Chr...
Cons
  • Not strong Wi-Fi signal like others
  • Starting good but then drastically collapsed, after few months
  • Modem will not stay connected to signal always, internet goes in and keeps cutting out
  • Not compatible with fiber opti...
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Details
  • 16x4 DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem plus a built-in AC1900 Dual Band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) Wi-Fi Gigabit Router with four Gigabit (GigE) Ethernet ports, a firewall, and more. This product is recommended for actual cable Internet service speeds up to 375 Mbps. A Broadcom cable modem chipset provides security from Denial of Service attacks.
  • Requires cable Internet service. Approved by and for use with Comcast Xfinity and Xfinity X1, Cox, Charter Spectrum, Time Warner Cable, Suddenlink, WOW!, CableOne and other cable service providers. 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 MG7550 has no phone jack.)
  • Built-in high-speed WiFi router with AC1900 Wi-Fi and Power Boost provides Internet access for WiFi devices including smartphones, notebooks, tablets, game stations, HDTVs, Amazon Echo, Google Home, Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and AppleTV. Four 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports provide wired connections to Windows and Mac computers, HDTVs, game stations, streaming TV devices, and other Ethernet-capable devices.
  • Wireless Power Boost adds high-performance Wi-Fi power amplifiers to boost the wireless signals to the legal limit, giving a significant boost in speed and range. In addition, AnyBeam beamforming at both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies focuses the signal on wireless clients to further enhance performance and range.
  • Integrating the cable modem and router creates a more reliable connection that reduces unwieldy wiring and power adapter clutter while conserving desk space. The vertical design further minimizes shelf space, improves cooling, and extends product life while looking great in any home or office.
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Weight

2.6 lbs
 
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  • 2.7 lbs - White
Dimensions
11 x 10 x 2.8 inches
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Key features
  • 16x4 686 Mbps
  • DOCSIS 3.0
  • Built-in AC1900 Wi-Fi Gigabit Router and Power Boost
  • Four 10/100/1000 Gigabit (GigE) Ethernet ports
  • Firewall
  • AC1900 Wi-Fi and Power Boost

Motorola MG7550 is a top selling and one of the most expensive options. It's a #1 bestseller in modems category and has dozens of popular alternatives in the same price range, such as Motorola MB8600 or Arris Motorola SB6180 .

Motorola MG7550 is $69.50 more expensive than an average modem ($99.95).

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Questions about Motorola MG7550

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Are the ethernet ports on the 7550 modem POE capable?
Related: Motorola MG7550, Motorola MG7540, Modems | Submitted by Ben 58 days ago

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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 283 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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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 366 days ago

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what's the difference between the Motorola MG7550 and MG7540
Related: Motorola MG7550, Motorola MG7540, Modems | Submitted by MP 379 days ago

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Not a gamer, but need a new modem/router. Looking at Motorola MG7540 and MG7550. Any recommendations as to which is best
Related: Motorola MG7550, Motorola MG7540, Modems | Submitted by Patricia 404 days ago

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