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kevinds
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join:2003-05-01
Calgary, AB
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reply to rustydusty

Re: [ALL] Shaw Cannot Put my Modem into Bridge mode?

said by rustydusty:

said by tabletoptim :

Yes, that's true. The reason is because you can just get a regular Wired Modem for any Internet plan below 50 Mbps. The bridge mode option is available for Broadband 50 and higher because there is no regular Wired Modem option available.

So far from true. Shaw has a pile of the old Motorola 5102's that you can get. You just need to speak to the right person to get one

I think tabletoptim is/was saying the same thing you were. When you said So far from true, everything tabletoptim said, is true. You can get a regular modem for plans below 50, above 50, there are no regular modems available.

I know one person who has a 6120 modem, that is not using it, he is the only person I know that has one as well.
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ravenchilde

join:2011-04-01
kudos:2
said by kevinds:

I know one person who has a 6120 modem, that is not using it, he is the only person I know that has one as well.

You know two people. I have an SB6120 4x4 DOC3.0 modem. Works OK. Sort of wish I had a DPC3825 tho...


rustydusty

join:2009-09-29
Red Deer, AB
said by ravenchilde:

said by kevinds:

I know one person who has a 6120 modem, that is not using it, he is the only person I know that has one as well.

You know two people. I have an SB6120 4x4 DOC3.0 modem. Works OK. Sort of wish I had a DPC3825 tho...

Really? I loved my 6120, just happened to downgrade to the Biz 25 at the time, so my 5102 was worthy of the challenge. Have yet to find my 6120. The boxes it could be are stuffed in what's suppose to be a big screen/entertainment room, which has now turned into a storage room.