Mike Wolf: I wouldn't recommend judging the device based on the performance of wireless since a speed test is always going to be slower then the wired speed and range/distance differs in every environment.
Mr. Delano: thanks for the review, got time warner installed last night and im jumping 34 down and 6 up even though its the 30 down and 5 up... so far so good thanks again
Arne Maeschaelck: Here in Belgium we only have DSL internet or cable internet. No fiber. My provider has fiber to the backbone, but that's it. My ex-DSL provider has VDSL2 but only in the big cities, so not at my place. I had only ADSL at 4 mbps down, 0.5 mbps up, and they couldn't tell me if there were higher speeds available for me in my street… So I left them and got cable internet. Now I'm getting 120 Mbps down and 6 Mbps up (uploading is always slow in Belgium, except when you have a business internet plan)… I've got the same modem but with the carrier's logo on it. The WiFi connection of that modem/router is crap, I had to buy a second access point. But with a RJ45-cable, I'm really getting awesome speeds. 10 ms ping - 114,4 Mbps down - 5,94 Mbps up I know some people have a lower ping than me, here in Belgium, but I live in a tiny city and the cable isn't underground here (on other places, the tv distribution cable lays under the ground), so when the weather's bad, my speeds can go down a little :( I actually had no problems with that yet :)
Jack Mejia: How many devices can be connected before you see a slow down? My girlfriend has an SMC from time Warner. She can have 2 people streaming a video but when a third person tried to surf the Internet, it doesn't load anything on the third device.
Edward “Buhner” Innes: cannot connect dlink dir820L to my sbg wireless Motorola cable modem/router
howardkevinm: mostly likely it should. the Gateway (which is what he has) uses your computer cards speed. I have I Gateway Modem and a 1Gbps Eternet Card so my connection is considerably faster. I pay Comcast for 105mbps and I routinely get 125mbps.
howardkevinm: my speed is so fast the speedometer cant even calculate it lol. 121.21mbps down and 21.75 up. Nearly 4 times faster than yours.
Rob M: @TJFII1978
True, but Ive had other wireless N routers that couldn't do these speeds in this situation.. one point of the video was to show speed of 30+ Mb/s were indeed more then possible to a few naysayers who told me interference from neighbors ( I live in apartments ) would degrade my signal too much. At first it appeared they were right, but after a few channel changes I found out they were wrong.
Rob M: You can also buy the SBG 6580 and they will let you use it like any other sanctioned modem you can buy.
Anthony Marquart: Why pay their lease on " Their " equipment ; unless its temporarily , but the modem
Lalabran: My internet plan is up to 100mbps download speed and 20mbps upload. Will this modem allow me to reach those speeds?
dyrokudobane: Wireless N unless your computer doesn't have a wifi card that can handle N. They go from a, b, g, & n with the first being the worst & the last being the best.
hung pham: Hi : I bought one, but I could not get WiFi working ! No signal, even the WiFi light is on & flashing. I tried CD loaded in, I tried WPS button. I would greatly appreciate your helps. Thanks
Dan B: I so love mine got mine for free from craphouse, just ask them to swap for it!! I can torrent and play online at the same time with no lag!!!
DarkFusion1080: even mine is like that our city is planned to get google fiber so i look forward to that
TJFII1978: There will be a stat titled speed: That tells you the speed at which you are connected to the router.
TJFII1978: You are testing your internet speed when you use speedtest net. You are not testing your wireless N speed at all. The way to tell the difference between the wireless G and N speed is to go into the network & Sharing center (windows vista, 7, and 8) or network connections (win XP). Click on change adapter settings if you are using win vista or newer, it will open your network connections window. Find your wireless connection and right click on it and select properties or status (win 7).
tonycns: N is faster but you need a wireless device that supports N.
Scott Mukubua: yes it does have one home at my home
Motorola SBG 6580 cable modem with built in Wireless 'N' ..5
out of 5