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ARRIS / Motorola SurfBoard SB6141 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem – Retail Packaging – White

ARRIS / Motorola SurfBoard SB6141 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem - Retail Packaging - WhiteDescription

Building upon the success of the SB6121, Motorola’s SURFboard SB6141 enhances your personal media experience, at lightning-fast broadband speed. It harnesses the power of DOCSIS 3.0 technology to bond up to eight downstream channels and four upstream channels–providing you advanced multimedia services with data rates up to 343 Mbps download and 131 Mbps upload depending on your Cable Interne


Features

  • Requires CABLE Internet Service, if not sure your provider is CABLE call them to confirm
  • Compatible with ALL Major CABLE providers like Comcast/Xfinity, Cox, Charter, Time Warner, Mediacom, Bright House
  • Internet download speeds up to 343 Mbps and upload speeds up to 131 Mbps based on your Cable provider service
  • Ideal for streaming HD Video and gaming on multiple devices at a time
  • Rear panel color coded for ease of installation

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by ARRIS General Instruments.

Brand: Motorola
UPC: 612572196199
List Price: $99.99.
Used Price: $60.84 Only 43 left
5 Stars(Read Reviews)

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3 Responses to “ARRIS / Motorola SurfBoard SB6141 DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem – Retail Packaging – White”

  1. J. Cameron says:

    Swapped out my Comcast rental modem, was up and running in just a few minutes, and now I don’t have to pay the $7 modem rental fee to Comcast. I’m provisioned for the 105/20 Mbps package and typically get 120/20.5 Mbps.

    This modem can utilize up to 8 channels of downstream for a theoretical max speed of 343 Mbps whereas the Motorola SB6121 and other earlier/cheaper DOCSIS 3 modems can only utilize 4 channels maxing your download speeds out at 172 Mbps. Just something to think about if you plan on using this modem for a few years as speeds offered will inevitably increase.

    Also, it *does* support IPv6 even though Comcast’s page doesn’t list it as certified yet. Motorola’s data sheet specifically lists the SB6141 as IPv6 ready and tests with an Apple AirPort Extreme (v7.6.4) and MacBook Pro running 10.9 confirm this.

    Update 2/4: Still working great without issue.
    Update 3/25: Still not even a single reboot required.
    Update 8/28: Still…

  2. SmurfsRiot says:

    I purchased this SB6141 to replace my VERY old Linksys DOCSIS 1.0 modem. I recently upgraded to 75mb download from RCN (Chicago) and DOCSIS 1.0 was going to bottleneck my speed.

    The modem (as are all modems) was extremely easy to install. Plug in, call ISP and you are good. The speeds are fantastically fast and this modem was well worth the price.

    ****I purchased this white SB6141 over the black SB6141 for one main reason. If you do your research you will notice that the Black SB6141 are only issued to ISP’s from Motorola. Meaning, if you purchase a black model from Amazon (or any store), you are purchasing a used or refurbished product (they also ship in ordinary brown cardboard boxes). The only consumer model of the SB6141 is the white model which ships in traditional packaging. The white model is THE ONLY model that comes with a warranty from Motorola. I know this because I called Motorola twice and spoke to two (2) different reps who said the same…

  3. Les L. says:

    Tired of paying my ISP to rent one of their modems.

    Lots of research and this one just kept coming up on top for me; reliable manufacturer, good reviews by others, ease of setup, built for the future with 8-up 4-down bonding. Works just like promised with never a hitch. My only complaint is, as others have mentioned, the lights are irritatingly bright; this I solved by mounting under my desk where it is out of sight.

    TIP 1: Make sure you purchase this “Retail Packaging – White”. Don’t try to save the few bucks buying the black version; all my research shows they are refurbished rentals from ISP providers and the common complaint is that they stop working about the time the warranty expires.
    TIP 2: Make sure your ISP supports the firmware. My cable company does not specifically show this model but it supports the same model two generations back – close enough. All I did was a Google search ” modems supported by mediacom des moines” (my ISP, my city)…

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