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cyrisneo

join:2011-08-25
Florence, SC

ARRIS tg852g bridge mode

Anyone have any information on this.


hobgoblin
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Never even seen one!

Hob

etaadmin

join:2002-01-17
Dallas, TX
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said by hobgoblin:

Never even seen one!

Gotta luv those single sentence answers

etaadmin

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reply to cyrisneo


hobgoblin
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reply to etaadmin
Yeah! I think this is the first post on the RR forum with a mention of this model. There are some on the Comcast forum. Unaware that TWC were giving out Arris D3 MTA's. I have been playing with the UBEE version recently.

Hob

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Yes


IowaCowboy
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reply to cyrisneo
Comcast uses that modem except that it is in a custom made housing and has the xfinity branding. Which market is this in as most Time Warner markets are not D3 yet. I'd love to have D3 in southern Maine. I had to beg them to give me a different modem other than the Cisco DPC2203 and I finally got a brand new Ubee (D2 EMTA) and it had a battery in the package which is a plus because my Grandma is going to be 80 in March and reliable phone service is a necessity with people her age.
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All of my CPE (including my EMTA) is customer owned. The only Comcast owned equipment in my house is the CableCards in the two TiVO boxes I own.


CptGemini
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reply to cyrisneo
Never heard of that one either just like the others (for RR). Only D3 eMTA I know of is the UBEE one I got on my desk right now.


hobgoblin
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reply to IowaCowboy
"Which market is this in as most Time Warner markets are not D3 yet."

Most markets actually are.

Hob
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TWCdude

join:2006-04-28
San Antonio, TX
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reply to cyrisneo
Those modems are new as of like 2 weeks ago for the northern Texas area and info is minimal.
if you goto the OEMs web site there is some documentation that could help you out.
»www.arrisi.com/support/guides/_d···I_UG.pdf

One unique thing about the modem is the master admin password changes daily on these modems.


CptGemini
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I bet they are usin them because they think the ubee one has too many problems but I have had none with this one.


motorola870

join:2008-12-07
Arlington, TX
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reply to TWCdude
said by TWCdude:

Those modems are new as of like 2 weeks ago for the northern Texas area and info is minimal.
if you goto the OEMs web site there is some documentation that could help you out.
»www.arrisi.com/support/guides/_d···I_UG.pdf

One unique thing about the modem is the master admin password changes daily on these modems.

are they still deploying the SBG6580 in North Texas for internet/ and or internet/TV only Extreme and Wideband 50 customers?

TWCdude

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At this point the tech are giving out what ever is in stock. The 6580's are still being given out.


DelmarPip
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join:2011-10-15
Brownsville, TX
is the ARRIS tg852g better and faster then the ubee ?


hobgoblin
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said by DelmarPip:

is the ARRIS tg852g better and faster then the ubee ?

Did you read the thread?

cableman13

join:2012-02-17
reply to cyrisneo
Here is the set up guide
www.arrisi.com/support/guides/


ren15
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join:2002-01-15
Kempner, TX

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reply to cyrisneo
I just recently had mine swapped out for this exact same modem, so far it's been working pretty good, seems to have less jitter than my old 6580 and it maxes out all the speed tests I've thrown at it.

As far as bridge mode, go to 192.168.0.1 and enter admin: admin password: password go to LAN Setup and under the NAT section select Bridged and go to the Firewall tab and un-check Enable Firewall and then the Wireless Setup tab and un-check Enable Wireless and you should have it down to just a functioning modem.


tek860anon

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Anyone know what the password list is for the password of the day to access advanced settings?


hobgoblin
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said by tek860anon :

Anyone know what the password list is for the password of the day to access advanced settings?

Yes xCFGTY67Po
Oh that was yesterdays!

Hob
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mackey
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reply to tek860anon
said by tek860anon :

Anyone know what the password list is for the password of the day to access advanced settings?

While it's for a different model, you try the older password of the day generator?

/M