Chris Bullock: Being both Dual Band Antenna and Wireless "N" together make for a great overall combination.
Al Lariviere: Yeah, I'm getting 103 or more Mb/sec consistently
joe nicosia: This is GHETTO! My wifi God 80.97 Mbps 👋🏼
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.
Motorola SBG 6580 cable modem with built in Wireless 'N' ..5
out of 5