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This 6 feet standard null modem cross cable allows downloading to many of our boards. Please note that this is a cross cable that crosses pins 7 and 8 on both sides. There is also a null modem cable standard that does not cross pins 7 and 8 and hence is not suitable for use with our boards.
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However, it does what it needs to. With a standalone cable modem, you would need a separate router to provide Internet access to multiple devices, but with the Motorola SBG6782-AC, all you have to do is connect the coaxial connector to the cable TV line-in and your home network is pretty much ready. There are no other hardware devices needed.
Bulky but most complete all-in-one design
Standing 8.8 inches tall, 2.1 inches wide, and 10.1 inches deep, the Motorola SBG6782-AC is very bulky, significantly larger than even a Wi-Fi router and a standalone cable modem put together. But it's large for a good reason: it has the most functions bundled in a single box that I've seen yet, consisting of a high-end 802.11ac-enabled true dual-band Gigabit router, a DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem, and a MoCA 1.1 adapter.