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Got modem today and all activated. Channel bonding is active but no D3 tiers available yet despite email offering otherwise.
Anyways, for those who like numbers and software:
Model Name: SB6141
Vendor Name: Motorola
Firmware Name: SB_KOMODO-22.214.171.124-SCM03-NOSH
Boot Version: PSPU-Boot(25CLK) 1.0.12.
Hardware Version: 7.0
Serial Number: 348781134704096502010001
Firmware Build Time: Aug 18 2011 10:27:53
I am ASSUMING these have TI chipsets, simply because of the TI related open source software found throughout the unit and listed on the open source page. Sorry about the formatting below.
Open Source Stuff:
GPLv2 Busybox 1.4.2, Kernel 2.6.18, Bridge Utils 1.0.4, Ruli 1.19, Syslogkd 1.4, Udhcp 0.9.7, Utelnetd 0.1.2, Uboot 1.2.0, Squashfs 4.57.0, Udev 0.055, Kconfig 1.4, Envutils, Iostat2.2, Exmap 0.9, Mkimage
LGPLv2.1 7zip, Liboop 1.0, uClibc 0.9.27, Sme
Flex BSD Flex 2.5.4
OpenSSL OpenSSL 0.9.8, TI Kerebos 1.1.2
Matt Johnson MIT, TDCAL, Tatu Ylonen, PuTTY MIT, OpenSSH BSD Dropbear 0.50, Libtomcrypt 1.0, Libtommath 1.0
Wide Project BSD, Emanual Dreyfus BSD, Univerisity of California BSD Ipsec Tools 0.6.6
Abraham vd Merwe BSD, Texas Instruments BSD Libber 0.4.2
Texas Instruments BSD TI NetDK Libs 1.2.0, TI Docsis 1.2.0
Wide BSD, ISC MIT, Texas Instruments BSD, Todd Miller BSD TI DHCPv6 1.3
Portions under Jef Poskanzer MIT TI Webserver 1.2.0
Univerisity of California BSD, Texas Instruments BSD TFTP 0.17
Gray Watson MIT, MIT MIT, Textil Computer Design MIT, USC/ISI MIT DMalloc 5.5.2
Portions under University of California BSD TI Icc 1.1.2
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I just ordered the 6121 specifically because plenty of people around the net as of May 2012 were warning that Comcast did not have official support for the 6141 yet, as of today May 23rd, it is still not on their list of supported devices. The claim only is that as a result you end up with activation hassles and have to jump through hoops to get it activated.
The 6121 was actually more expensive than 6141 on Amazon by a few bucks. Since I'm planning no more than the ~20Mb/s tier I don't think I will notice the lack of the 8-channel bonding.