The list of companies using this chipset is crazy large. Found a partial listing:Arris
TM1602A TG1642 TG1662A TG1672A TG2472G TG2492 (Virgin Media Hub 3)
TM1602G TG1662G TG1672G
DG1642 DG1660A DG1662G DG1670A DG2460A DG2470A
FRITZ!Box 6460 FRITZ!Box 6490Cisco:
XG1-V3 DPC 3848 DPC 3848V DPC 3939
DPC3941B / DPC3941TÂ (commonly - Comcast Xfinity XB3)Compal:
CH7465-LG (Arris TG2492LG / Virgin Media Hub 3) CH7466Hitron:
CDA Series: CDA-32372 CDA-3-35
CDE Series: CDE-32372
CGN3 Series: CGN3, CGN3ACR,CGN3AMF, CGN3AMR, CGN3ACSMR
CGNM Series: CGNM-2250 CGNM-3552
CGNV Series: CGNV4Linksys:
CM3016 CM3024 CG7500Netgear:
CG4500 CG4500TM C6300 C6300BD (Telstra Gateway Max - Australia) CM700Samsung:
Home Media ServerSMC:
Virgin Media's Superhub 3 and Comcast's top-end Xfinity boxes
It was when the DSLReports guys started digging in further to the latency issue that they found that they could DoS it.
I'm glad I'm on my VDSL connection, a lot less fuss than the cable stuff.
After having used both, I still prefer cable. SB6183 has been a set-it and forget-it affair.
The issue started when Intel bought the Puma line from TI in 2010 and began using its x86 Atom cores to run it. The more things Intel tries to cram general-purpose Atom x86 into the worse it gets.