Motorola is one of the longest standing tech companies, though it did go through some rough times. Originally it was founded in Chicago, Illinois, by Joseph and Paul Galvin in 1928. They acquired the Stewart Battery Company for US$750, and with a tiny bit of capital the first couple of months were rough. One of the biggest products Motorola ever introduced to the market was the first handheld portable telephone in 1971. Two decades later Motorola was acquired by Nokia in 1998. In 2002 Motorola introduced the world’s first wireless cable modem gateway, which was the ticket into the huge home networking business at the time.

If you are having issues with your Motorola networking hardware, we would first recommend that you visit our Motorola Troubleshooting section. Here you will be guided step by step to determine the root cause of the issue you are having and therefore significantly reducing the amount of time you spend on pinpointing the problem.

For a more detailed overview of your particular device, please visit our Motorola User Manual section In here you can access official manufacturer provided user manuals that should be used when looking for a more detailed overview of your device. It is also a good idea to check the manual out before you purchase such a device, regardless if new or used, as you can make sure that it is compatible with your existing devices and you can get the most out of it.

Where can I download the Motorola Cable Modem Surfboard SB5120 Manual

In case you didn’t find the solution for your problem in our Motorola Troubleshooting section, you can continue your troubleshooting journey with a digital version of the Motorola Cable Modem Surfboard SB5120 Manual. To download it, just follow this link, no registration required: