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El Loco

join:2007-04-26
Greenville, NC

Suddenlink Home Phone Service question?

I just ordered Suddenlink Home Phone Service and was wondering if the cable/phone modem that they provide for it is Docsis 2, or 3? Also does it have downstream channel bonding? I ask, because I bought my own and use a Motorola D3 modem that has 4 downstream channel bonding and was wondering if the cable/phone modem that they provide has it also. Thanks!

HarryH3
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join:2005-02-21
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The Arris they installed here (Central Texas) last month is a DOCSIS 2. I already had a DOCSIS 3 Motorola (SB6121) but tried using internet through the Arris for a couple of days. I found it seemed to hesitate from time to time when downloading web pages. I don't see that hesitation with the SB6121.


moldypickle

join:2009-01-04
Haughton, LA
kudos:2
They are D2 mtas. If you are having line issues or if you have a higher speed package, they are splitting the line and using both a D3 for data and the mta for phone

HarryH3
Premium
join:2005-02-21
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Already did that. Internet works much better now that I went back to using the Motorola modem. The Arris is phone-only now.


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El Loco

join:2007-04-26
Greenville, NC
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So does the Suddenlink Arris Docsis 2.0 modem they use have any channel bonding at all like my Motorola D3 modem does? My Motorola D3 modem has 4 downstream channel bonding and was wondering if the Arris D2 has 4 downstream channel bonding as well or it doesn't? Thanks!


moldypickle

join:2009-01-04
Haughton, LA
kudos:2
No, it doesn't. I don't even think channel bonding is in the D2 specs.