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Re: [TWC] RR Standard with Motorola SB6141 Speed Increase?
said by swintec:Are you sure about that? My (limited) research shows the 6121 uses a Broadcom chip whereas the 6120 and 6141 use a TI chip. said by mackey:
Sorry, the SB6121 is NOT approved by TWC.
Which is odd to me since both the 6121 and the 6141 use the same software versions, one would expect they would both run the same on the network.
As far as TWC not approving the 6120 and 6121, I'm assuming it's an administrative prohibition. Even though it does bonding, it only bonds 4 channels. With 38 Mbps channels, someone on the Ultimate (50) tier will be using almost 50% of all 4 channels by themselves. That's not gonna play nice with D2 equipment also trying to use those channels!
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said by mackey:»www.motorola.com/staticfiles/Vid···S-EN.pdf
Are you sure about that? My (limited) research shows the 6121 uses a Broadcom chip whereas the 6120 and 6141 use a TI chip.
From the 2nd page:
Easily add the SB6141
to a deployed family of
SB6120s and SB6121s,
all three models utilize
the same firmware
image. This reduces
for an Operator and
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