Hardware Information - Arris SBG6782 Advanced WiFi Modem

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Learn about the hardware features and specs of the Arris SBG6782 Advanced WiFi modem. The Arris SBG6782 modem features a WPS button that is used to perform a WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) on the Wireless network.

 

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Arris SBG6782 Advanced WiFi modem

Features of the Arris SBG6782 Advanced WiFi modem.

 

Arris SBG6782 Advanced WiFi modem
Arris SBG6782 Advanced WiFi Modem
LabelSolid LightFlashing LightOff
PowerGreen: Unit has power n/aNo power
Receive

Green: Modem is receiving data

Blue: >1 Channel

Scanningn/a
Send

Green: Modem is sending data

Blue: >1 Channel

ScanningNo Ethernet link detected
OnlineModem is connected to the InternetScanning for Internet connectionOffline
Wireless (2.4Ghz)

Green: 2.4Ghz wireless device connected

Amber: Wireless pairing in process

Green:  Encrypted activity

Amber: Unencrypted activity

2.4Ghz WiFi disabled
Wireless (5Ghz)

Green: 5.0Ghz wireless device connected

Amber: Wireless pairing in process

Green:  Encrypted activity

Amber: Unencrypted activity

5.0Ghz WiFi disabled
MoCAMoCA enabled device is connected and runningMoCA activity in progressMoCA disabled

 

Rear View - Arris SBG6782
Arris SBG6782 Advance WiFi Modem - back view
PowerConnects modem to the power supply
Ethernet 1-4Connects the modem to an Ethernet equipped computer or third party device (router, Ethernet hub)
Coax CableCoaxial cable connection

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Details/Specifications

Here are some additional details and specs on the Arris SBG6782 Advanced WiFi modem.

 

Details / Specifications
Docsis3.0
WiFi

Yes

Wireless Standard

802.11 b/g/n

Operational Frequency
2.4 Ghz and 5Ghz concurrently
Ethernet
10/100/1000 Mbps
WPS Available

Yes

SecurityWEP, WPA, WPA2
Router Settings Login URLhttp://192.168.0.1/ 
FirewallAdvanced firewall with DoS protection and intrusion prevention

 

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