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xxx chine ARRIS SURFboard T25 DOCSIS 3.1 Gigabit Cable Modem | Xfinity Internet & Voice | Two 1 Gbps Ports | 2 Telephony Ports | Xfinity Internet Plans | 800 Mbps Max 2 years warranty Also recommended by friends
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Buyer's experience:
      1: I'm not the most tech savvy and the negatives reviews worried me. Turns out, if you know what you're doing, it's really easy to install. As one of the reviewers mentioned, download the xfinity app (in Apple app store, it's the purple one with the white X) to your phone first. I plugged in the modem and all the connections - coaxial cable, phone cord and ethernet cord (for wifi router). I went to the Xfinity app and scrolled down to Got new equipment to set up and clicked on Activate now. I followed the directions. This is were it's a bit tricky, it will ask for the CM MAC number, well the Arris does not show a CM MAC number, use the HFC MAC number! Keep following the instructions and wait patiently. From start to finish, it took 15 minutes. I didn't have to call Comcast. I only installed it 30 minutes ago so time will tell how the new modem fairs. That's why only 4 starts and the fact that Arris labels CM MAC vs HFC MAC number even though this is for Comcast.This modem does NOT have wifi built in! Someone once tried to access my account and called Comcast to reset my wifi password. They had enough information about me, but because I had a separate router, Comcast couldn't reset my wifi. I was so glad I have a separate router.
      2: I ordered this modem for three reasons: 1) to save some (long-term) money by not renting one from Xfinity; 2) because it claimed to be compatible with Xfinity out-of-the-box with a telephony port (a surprising number of modems no longer do); and 3) the gigabit speed support.The first modem which was delivered was a brick. This was determined after a lot of time doing tech support with both Xfinity and Arris (more on them later). I figured, "hey, it can happen with any piece of electronics" and also attributed this as the reason I could not activate it myself quickly and directly through online activation, as the manual inside their box stated.I got the replacement modem and soon discovered that it would also not activate through direct online registration as stated through the inside the box activation instructions. I spent a lot of time on the phone with Xfinity tech support which advised that it needed to directly deactivate my old modem *and* get the T25 activated on their end through entry of the MAC addresses. Reasonable enough, but quite different from the instructions offered in the T25's box and advertised on the outside. Eventually, Xfinity got the modem up and running such that I was getting internet from the Ethernet port which worked through direct wire to a desktop computer nearby. However, the modem was not connecting, in any way, to my Apple AirPort Extreme router. I was getting no internet connection (and no DNS servers were discovered). Xfinity told me that since the internet was working through the modem, it was a connection issue which Arris had to help with. This led to contacting Arris support, who quickly stated that they were unable to assist as it was an ISP issue since the wired internet was functioning. I considered that it was just a router issue, despite the fact that this router had connected flawlessly and automatically with about 5 prior modems I have used with this account since purchasing the router, so I purchased and tried to install a Netgear Orbi RBK50. When it tried to connect to the T25 modem, it also displayed "No Internet Connection" and wouldn't allow for connection.I am a pretty tech savvy guy, but after many hours of trying to troubleshoot this across several days, I finally went back to Xfinity, had them reactivate my old modem which I hadn't yet returned, and scheduled someone from their team to come out and help. Interestingly, as soon as the old Xfinity modem was reactivated, my Apple router found it and gave me flawless wifi. When the first tech came out, he couldn't figure out what the issue was, and he called in a colleague who was a bit more tech savvy (and interested in solving the problem). He had to work for more than an hour with the Xfinity offices to activate the modem, get all the settings to manually configure both the old and new routers to get them to work (similar to other stories offered by reviewers on these forums), but FINALLY got everything working correctly and got me the speeds that I am paying for (usually about 750mbps down via Ethernet and about 380 or so through the wireless signal).As a quick post-script, about 10 days later, a power outage at my house knocked the phone offline (even when power returned). As internet was working but phone was not connecting, even after several modem resets, I started with Arris tech support believing this was an issue on their end. They directed me to reset the modem to "factory settings" (even through there are no settings) and then directed me to the ISP if that didn't work. In the end, Xfinity was able to solve the issue.Bottom line, once the modem was finally set up, it works as advertised and gives me good speeds. I cannot speak to durability as it has only been a few weeks, but I can state with certitude that Arris support has proven to be very limited and unhelpful. Basically, if unplugging or resetting the modem doesn't solve your problem, just call Xfinity. Also, this modem is a pure passthrough of the internet signal, per Arris. It did not allow either of two quality routers to find it and automatically configure their settings to allow for wifi, and under no circumstances did the modem allow itself to be activated without the help of Xfinity support. This latter claim printed on the outside of the box and on the enclosed activation instructions is completely and thoroughly untrue.Of my three reasons for getting the modem, if it continues operating as expected, it will meet my first and third. The second only became satisfied with the very necessary assistance of a particular Xfinity tech who was interested enough in spending the time to troubleshoot this problem and get everything up and running by changing and manually adjusting settings that are not provided by any other party. So, if you are able and willing to have Xfinity come to install the modem for you, this may be a good solution for you. If you are trying to install this yourself, you are rolling the dice. My rating thus contemplates a solid, working device with an immense installation hurdle.
      3: The T25 is a great improvement over the standard Xfinity modem. The upload speed has doubled and the download speed is up by almost 50%. In addition, the time to boot on power up is on the order of 2 minutes vs almost 10 minutes for the Xfinity modem. The return on investment for buying the modem vs renting from Comcast is about 13 months.The installation is tricky:1) If the Comcast modem is configured in "bridge mode" you need to contact Comcast support and have them turn off bridge mode. Bridge mode is typically enabled if you are using your own router to bypass the router on the Comcast box and disable the Comcast WiFi. If you are buying the T25 you must have a separate router (TP-Link, Netgear, etc.) since the T25 is just a cable modem with telephone connection. If you have been using your own router it is very likely bridge mode is on. You can configure bridge mode locally by accessing the Comcast modem admin function from a web browser but even after I turned it off this way the installation process still reported bridge mode was on and it wouldn't start. It wasn't until I contacted tech support and they turned bridge mode off that the installation process was able to proceed.2) You will need to download the Xfinity app before you start the installation. There are at least 4 apps that show up in the Apple app store. The one you want is the one with a purple box and a white X inside.3) Turn off WiFi on the device (iPhone, iPad) with the app and establish a connection over your cellular network. Once you disconnect your Comcast modem any WiFi will be off and you need to access the T25 from the Internet not your local network.4) Connect the coax and power to the T25 and once the top 3 lights are on solid, start the Xfinity app and go to the menu to install a new device. When prompted for the MAC address, use the one list as "HFC MAC ID". (There are 2 listed in the T25 quick start instructions.)5) Connect your phone and router and you are done! From step 3 on it takes about 5 minutes.Note: The review that claims that the T25 isn't supported by Comcast is not true.

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