Yes you can. Your router makes no distinction as to the operating system being used by a connected device. Your macbook and ipads/iphones may all be made by the same company but they do not run the same operating systems. Same if you were to have a wifi connected printer, thermostat, door lock, refrigerator...
Check and see if there is a seperate modem wired to a Rukus style hotspot and that both devices are powered up. The rukus uses a power over ethernet adapter on the cat 5 cable. since it's a seperate IP address, it doesn't affect anything on the business service.
Signal levels look good but there's too many correctables/ uncorrectables since modem reset a couple hours ago... Something is corroded or loose or there's an open splitter por t or the outside line is intermittently bad.
Wow! I put them into my Amazon cart!
Tomorrow I will call Spectrum and ask if I can switch out this Ubee for the Arris Modem (I don't know if they do that). If not, I will buy both and try out th Netgear with the Arris and see how it goes.
Networks in general are beyond my comprehension and reading the Ubee manual was like reading another language! I did have an Apple modem and that worked well for me until it died!
Thank you again for your very informative posts.
do a reset to factory defaults. unpower and repower...
Do you have cable TV? if it's out the coax is broken.
T6= no coax or out of range levels from too many splitters.
Bypassed the upstairs tv. Modem now working Thanks!!
These techs have no clue as to what happens to the port isolation when there are bad connections on the other ports of a splitter.
The port isolation spec is only met when there's a good 75 ohm load on that port either directly or at the end of a good piece of 75 ohm coax.
just had one here install a 9 port amplified splitter and left ports open. Had him put terminators on the unused ports, he claimed they were "self terminating", lol.
Term used by the MFG was "self sealing" which means dirt and water are kept out which has nothing to do with real 75 ohm cables or loads screwed onto them.
See if the numbers stop increasing, if so, those lines/ connections were the issue