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Motorola SB6120 Is Much More Awesome Compared To Charter Cable Modem
 

Motorola SB6120 Is Much More Awesome Compared To Charter Cable Modem

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Why continue using the crappy renter cable modem from Charter when you can use the Motorola SB6120 is much more awesome compared to Charter leased cable modem.

Why continue using the crappy renter cable modem from Charter when you can use the Motorola SB6120 is much more awesome compared to Charter leased cable modem.

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    Motorola SB6120 Is Much More Awesome Compared To Charter Cable Modem Motorola SB6120 Is Much More Awesome Compared To Charter Cable Modem Document Transcript

    • Motorola SB6120 Is MuchMore Awesome Compared To Charter Cable ModemBy Seam AdamsAre you sick of the performance of your Charter Cable rented cable modem? Youare paying good money to Charter but they give you a lousy modem in return.One that is not stable and do not provide the performance they promised you.Well don’t worry, those problems can be of the past if you replace your rentedCharter modem with the Motorola SB6120 cable modem. Like many Chartercustomer who have made the switch, they are now enjoying the followingbenefits: Very high speed (an owner reported getting nearly 50Mb from the 15-17 Mb of the rented harter modem) A modem capable of downloading up to 2000 times faster than 56k analog phone modems; up to 4 times faster than DOCSIS 2.0 broadband A modem with features a 10/100/1000Base-T Gigabit Port for incredible wired network speeds Cost effective. If you replace your rented modem with your own modem, you could recover your investment in less than 1 year User-friendly online diagnostics and bonded channel status page Intuitive, easy to read front panel operational status LEDs On top of all that, you owned that modem!These are the technical details of the Motorola SB6120 Brand Name: Motorola Model: 545101-011-00 Hardware Platform: Pc Width: 7.00 inches Height: 2.75 inches Weight: 1.65 pounds Page 1 of 4
    • What Are Charter Subscribers’ Experience With The Motorola SB6120? Much better than Charters lease modem, December 14,2011By Herbert WongSetting up is easy, connect it to the cable, cat5 to my laptop, and power, let it boot, connectto Charters install site to submit the MAC Address (automatic). Done. Hooking it back to mywireless router, reboot both unit, whole house has internet, 30mins (most of the time iswaiting).Onto the unit itself:Much less errors, signal strength and signal power is better than the Charter lease modem(same line, I guess is the moto magic). Also, there are WAY less uncorrectable codeword inthe log.The user interface (logging into the modem) is also much easier to understand and use thanthe charter modem.Speed:Im getting slightly better speed with this modem than the charter one, ~1mbps better ondownload, upload is the same.Heat:generates significantly less heat than the charter. Huge speed increase on Charter cable, July 30, 2011By phphlashWow. I usually dont believe hype. When improvement of x is claimed it seems youre luckyto get even 0.5x. But this modem increased download from 15-17MB to nearly 50MB astested on speakeasydotnet. Speed meter pegged. Note that Im only paying for 20MBdownload speed.Upload unchanged at 3MB. This was for PC wired to router, but even the wirelessthroughput increased from 5-7MB to 16-20MB in an office distant from wireless router. Nochange in router or wireless adapter, so the wireless speed increase must be attributed tothis new modem.Charter installation simple and done in 5 min. Plug in new modem, call Charter to give themMAC address of modem. Charter sends sync signal, modem lights come on in sequence andbam! Superfast connection.Only had it for two days so cant speak to longevity and stability of modem, but so far, A+.Plus, I get to return Charters rented modem, so this new one should break even in 10-11months. Page 2 of 4
    • Installed and knew for sure Charter had lied to us allalong., September 29, 2011By Jacqueline R. St John "Serendipppppppppppity"Our previous internet services included Roadrunner; and Centurylink. We had no problemswith our equipment with either of them. We have been with Charter now for 3 months. Theservice and installation was the worst I have ever seen. I wish I had done a UTUBE. Oursystem was being booted off the net all the time.The service rep told us it was our equipment at fault. We removed their modem which wewere renting and this new Motorola solved all problems. We do not even need a new router-although the charter service rep told us we needed to get one. I have read reviews ofpeople renting equipment and they continuously say " Do Not Rent Their junk". Weupgraded to 30MPS and our computers are very able to handle the faster speeds.The modem Charter was providing was not appropriate for the upgraded service we havebeen paying for. The failure of Charter to take responsibility and fix the problem, or refundus for failure to provide the servie we were paying for could never be resolved until todaywhen the truth machine was installed- Motorolas Modem is for Daul band High Speed.Until today our router could not light up to green because the signal was switching so fastthat the router could not identify it. Today our router went green and is steady on.I have not had this kind of super fast hi speed service until today. We have been paying forthree months for Hi Speed Max but were being delivered torment and frustration instead.This device is for cable hi speed DOS3.0 internet service. SB6120 and Charter, April 12, 2010By W. D. Leeper "Protagonist"I bought this modem to replace the Charter rented modem I was using. My connectionspeed had been bumped up to a 25M connection and the old modem was providing erraticconnection speeds. Hooking this unit up to my ISP and Apple Time Capsule couldnt beeasier. I didnt even have to turn off the router or the computer. I just unplugged the poweron the old modem, disconnected it, connected and plugged in the new modem, and calledCharter and gave them the MAC address. Several minutes later the connection was up andrunning.This modem works very nicely with Charter. Both my up and down speeds improved.Downstream during the off peak hours usually tests 30M - 35M and upstream is prettyconstant at a bit over 3M. The downstream portion also stays pretty much about 25Mthroughout the day and only drops off during the really heavy traffic periods. I am definitelyglad I bought this modem and would recommend it. Finally Getting What I Am Paying For, May 25, 2011By Marianne FletcherWhen I signed on with Charter Internet, 9 months ago, I ordered the premium internetservice, as I planned to stream a lot of video (Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, etc). Thingsworked fair, but, there was a lot of buffering time - especially on High Definition videos. Page 3 of 4
    • Also, something would jam and the modem and router needed to be reset every day or two.I had replaced the old router, with minimal improvement. I never suspected the cablemodem (provided by Charter) of being the bottleneck in the system. After reading up on thesubject (inc the reviews here) I decided to give this Motorola a try. It arrived the next dayand I readied myself with a host of numbers I was sure I would need for Charter TechSupport.I hooked it up and cabled it to my netbook. A screen came up, from Charter, advising that itdetected a new modem, and did I want to register it? 90 seconds later, it reset and I was offand running. I checked download speeds and what had been 7 to 20 Mbps were now 29 to53 Mbps.But the REAL test was to run a particular Netflix HD movie at Peak usage time (5 to 8 pm).This particular movie would Never play more than 3 mins without freezing to buffer. Well, itplayed through without a pause or a hiccup. This morning it is still online with no re-setting.It uses a DOCSIS 3 technique called Bonding, or coupling two or more channels to stabilize,and increase download performance. Charter supports this in my area but their company-provided modem does not. This new one supports this and shines by comparison. So .. I amnow getting the internet service I have been paying for all these months, and will save $5 amonth after returning the modem that wasnt doing the jobIn ConclusionIf you have been renting the cable modem from Charter and you are getting poorperformance from that modem or if you would like to save your rental money,then you should invest in the Motorola SB6120. As a recap, you enjoy thefollowing with your Motorola SB6120: Very high speed (an owner reported getting nearly 50Mb from the 15-17 Mb of the rented harter modem) A modem capable of downloading up to 2000 times faster than 56k analog phone modems; up to 4 times faster than DOCSIS 2.0 broadband A modem with features a 10/100/1000Base-T Gigabit Port for incredible wired network speeds Cost effective. If you replace your rented modem with your own modem, you could recover your investment in less than 1 year User-friendly online diagnostics and bonded channel status page Intuitive, easy to read front panel operational status LEDs On top of all that, you owned that modem! Click here to buy Motorola SB6120. Page 4 of 4