Just got Spectrum service 2 days ago. Some of my ethernet devices weren't showing up on the router. Somehow trying to "fix" things I managed to add a second DHCP entry in the router table. I know it's from my Cinti Bell router since that device uses 192.168.200.x for IP addresses.
I've searched online about how to remove the bad DHCP entry but it's way above my technical level.
Factory reset on the 6250 didn't remove it. Right now my wifi works my eithernet access doesn't work.
Can anyone give me some assistance on how to remove that duplicate DHCP entry?
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Those are in your devices, you need to reset them and turn off wireless as well, then create a new ssid so they won't try to use the bad one
Ms Raye, thanks for your post.
As it turns out there was a rogue router that was causing the issue. I powered it down, let it rest for a few minutes and when I plugged it back in it found the proper default gateway. All seems to be well.
It's nice to be running at a greater speed than C Bell's 5Mb DSL.