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Arris SB6121 SURFboard eXtreme DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem ( Factory Reconditioned ) $25.99 + $5 S/H @ WOOT

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Cable Interface 75, F-connector
Power: 9W (nominal)
Downstream
Modulation: 64 or 256 QAM
Capture Bandwidth: 100 MHz (edge to edge)
Bandwidth: DOCSIS = 24 MHz; EuroDOCSIS = 32 MHz
Security: DOCSIS 3.0 Security (BPI+, EAE, SSD)
Provisioning Supports: IP addressing using IPv4 and/or IPv6 (dual stack).
Network Management: SNMP v2 & v3
Operating Level Range: –15 to 15 dBmV
Symbol Rate
DOCSIS: 64 QAM 5.057 Msym/s; 256 QAM 5.361 Msym/s
EuroDOCSIS: 64 QAM 6.952 Msym/s; 256 QAM 6.952 Msym/s
Maximum Theoretical Data Rate:
DOCSIS: 171.537 Mbps (4 channels) / 42.884 (single channel)@ 256 QAM at 5.36 Msym/s
EuroDOCSIS: 222.464 Mbps (4 channels) / 55.616 (single channel)@ 256 QAM at 6.952 Msym/s.
Upstream
Modulation: QPSK and 8, 16, 32, 64, 128 QAM
Channel Width: 200 kHz, 400 kHz, 800 kHz, 1.6 MHz, 3.2 MHz, 6.4 MHz
Symbol Rates: 160, 320, 640, 1280, 2560, 5120 ksym/s
Frequency Range: DOCSIS 5-42 MHz (edge to edge), EuroDOCSIS and optional DOCSIS 5 to 65 MHz (edge to edge)
Maximum Channel Rate:
DOCSIS 131.072 Mbps (4 channels) / 32.768 Mbps (single channel): @ 128 QAM at 6.4 MHz
EuroDOCSIS 131.072 Mbps (4 channels) / 32.768 Mbps (single channel): @ 128 QAM at 6.4 MHz.
Compatibility PC: 90496, Pentium, or later; Windows Vista, 2000, XP or 7 or Linux with Ethernet connection (older versions of Windows, although not specifically supported, will work with this cable modem).
Macintosh: Power PC or later; OS 9 or higher, Ethernet connection.
UNIX: Ethernet connection.
Home Networking: Ethernet router or wireless access point.
Dimensions: 5.24" (H) x 5.24" (W) x 1.65" (D)

In the box:

Motorola SB6121 SURFboard eXtreme DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem
Power Adapter
Ethernet Cable
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Not a bad price. It is pretty old modem.
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Nice.. Was just thinking of looking for a good refurb deal on a surfboard to save me some money on rental every month.

Hopefully this will work out well. Thanks!
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I'm wondering if this is really worth it to get. From what I understand the cable company will continue to fake excuses saying it's not compatible or such in order to keep paying the rental fee in the contract
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I'm wondering if this is really worth it to get. From what I understand the cable company will continue to fake excuses saying it's not compatible or such in order to keep paying the rental fee in the contract
No. They can't stop you from buying your own compatible ones.
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Quote from NyNando View Post :
I'm wondering if this is really worth it to get. From what I understand the cable company will continue to fake excuses saying it's not compatible or such in order to keep paying the rental fee in the contract
Not true. Just check with your cable company for a list of compatible modems. This is an old modem and I wouldn't buy it - go with the SB6141 instead - $31.99 on eBay (refurbished).
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#7
just got a used one on eBay for $12. I'd rather go with used than a refurb.
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#8
Get the arris tm1602A if your cable company supports it.
$25 bux on ebay and Up to 16 channels (24 with separate downstream license).
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Quote from NyNando View Post :
I'm wondering if this is really worth it to get. From what I understand the cable company will continue to fake excuses saying it's not compatible or such in order to keep paying the rental fee in the contract
They don't care. Just call them and give them the mac address. Just don't expect any support when you're using your own modem.
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Quote from Jaskom View Post :
Not true. Just check with your cable company for a list of compatible modems. This is an old modem and I wouldn't buy it - go with the SB6141 instead - $31.99 on eBay (refurbished).
For the same money, go with the SB6141, twice the download channels.

One thing to be aware of, Comcast has the SB6121 listed as only consumer units being activated, so beware the source of these units if you plan to use with Comcast/Xfinity.
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#11
I've bought several refurbished pieces of network gear in the past. Never again.
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