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dmthomas2

join:2005-01-18
Phoenix, AZ
reply to phxuser

Re: [AZ] Speed Increase 01/31/13

The real speeds are hidden on this page.

»ww2.cox.com/aboutus/policies/speedsusage.cox

phxuser

join:2010-03-16
Scottsdale, AZ
reply to badgagt
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Here are the new speeds from the Cox Phoenix web page. Interesting they only quote Powerboost speeds!

badgagt

join:2007-07-15
Fort Campbell, KY
reply to phxuser
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I am the one who posted the scottsdale --> LA speed. I had a 6120, and I went and bought the Cisco 3010 from the cox store this morning. It doesn't have a built in N router which suits me fine as I have the buffalo AC router/bridge combo in my home anyway. In short, yes you have to get a newer D3 modem that is capable of 8x4 bonding. Just for a real world throughput demonstration, I downloaded wow this morning in about 10 minutes.

m8trix

join:2003-12-24
Phoenix, AZ
kudos:4
Reviews:
·Cox HSI
reply to BryanInPHX
on prefered with a sb6120

on cox speedtest site

on speedtest


Azlen

join:2010-05-03
Peoria, AZ
reply to phxuser
I have the 6141 and have the increased speeds. It's a lot faster than it was yesterday.

phxuser

join:2010-03-16
Scottsdale, AZ
reply to nox PHX
Does anyone with a SB6141 have increased speeds today? My 6141 rebooted overnight but same speeds as yesterday.

nox PHX

join:2009-08-21
Phoenix, AZ
reply to BryanInPHX
My speeds on the preferred package:



Makes me want to switch to the Premiere!

nickphx

join:2009-10-29
Phoenix, AZ
reply to dmthomas2
You have to call them and provide the modem's MAC for provisioning. I'll set it up in the next couple days and post an update..


CoxTech1
VIP
join:2002-04-25
Chesapeake, VA
kudos:79
reply to dmthomas2
If you still prefer to have separate router/modem the SB6141 is also an option for Motorola.

dmthomas2

join:2005-01-18
Phoenix, AZ
reply to nickphx
Nick, can you post your speedtest with the 6580? I have a 6120 and the max I get off Cox's test is 137 mbps.

Should I look at spending $120 to get the 6580? (Just because I want the most I can get )

If I buy the 6580, does it require anything on Cox's side to get it working? Or do I just replace the 6120 with it and it works?

nickphx

join:2009-10-29
Phoenix, AZ
reply to bdaniel03
I guess I need to plug in my SB6580 to get more than 100Mb/s. This 6120 only does 4x4 bonding.


bdaniel03

@cox.net
reply to Anonguy
From Scottsdale to LA.


Anonguy

@cox.net
reply to ariziz12
said by ariziz12 :

glad to see you all can get nice speeds, i would just be happy if i can access a darn page with out being timed out, 19th ave and bell area.

DNS is out

Switch your DNS servers to 4.2.2.2 and 4.2.2.1 and all will work

nickphx

join:2009-10-29
Phoenix, AZ

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reply to BryanInPHX

replaced a faulty cable between 'router' and modem.. now i get 1gbit to modem's ethernet port. yay.



ariziz12

@cox.net
reply to HardMacK
glad to see you all can get nice speeds, i would just be happy if i can access a darn page with out being timed out, 19th ave and bell area.


Anonguy

@cox.net
reply to flagg
AZ increases on 1/31

Essential 5/1

Preferred 25/5

Premiere 50/10

Ultimate 150/20

All non powerboost numbers...


AZ_OGM

join:2007-01-12
Phoenix, AZ
reply to BryanInPHX
I'll have to see when I get home from work. I only have preferred with an SB6120, but I was pulling around 20 down consistantly and around 3.5-4 up. And that is after power boost wears off.

HardMacK

join:2000-10-16
Surprise, AZ
reply to BryanInPHX
135-155/25-35 on various servers around Phx.. Ultimate in Buckeye


flagg

@cox.net
reply to BryanInPHX
This morning I am seeing consistent 13MB / 100mbit with the Ultimate tier. It shocked me enough that I came here to see what was going on!


BryanInPHX
Premium
join:2001-03-06
Phoenix, AZ
kudos:2
Reviews:
·Cox HSI
What are the official new Speeds in AZ?

Here is what I am seeing on Premier.


4.0MB/s ~ 32Mbps


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