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  # 1922798 20-Dec-2017 21:59
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Rickles:

 

   >I used my Windows 10 PC Connected via Ethernet to my RT-AC86U<

 

Then quite possibly the PC was assigned 192.168.1.2 ??

 

You may have to completely release and then renew all IP's before getting the Ultra Hub to grab/be assigned the one you want.  The Hub or the Asus may also be holding 192.168.1.2 under lease (possibly 24 hours).

 

Nope PC is 192.168.1.246


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  # 1922801 20-Dec-2017 22:08
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Just a wild question here for clarification, how is the Ultra Hub connected to the Asus? ... obviously Ethernet cable, but what ports on the two devices are you using?

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1922802 20-Dec-2017 22:09
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ICMP Dest host unreachable doesn't necessarily mean there is a device, just means incomplete ARP.

 

 


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  # 1922803 20-Dec-2017 22:11
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  # 1922804 20-Dec-2017 22:12
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Sorry if I have missed the post but what happens when you try to assign 192.168.1.2 ?

 

 

Does the web GUI produce an error?

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  # 1922806 20-Dec-2017 22:15
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Yeah seems to be a firmware thing then, maybe the IP address is reserved for DLNA or something.

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  # 1922807 20-Dec-2017 22:15
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yitz: Sorry if I have missed the post but what happens when you try to assign 192.168.1.2 ? Does the web GUI produce an error?

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1922810 20-Dec-2017 22:19
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     >Yeah seems to be a firmware thing then, maybe the IP address is reserved for DLNA or something. <

 

Except that two of us have managed to change our Hubs to .2 with no problems.

 

Note: I haven't tried in the configuration described though (viz. another router then use Hub as AP).


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  # 1922811 20-Dec-2017 22:22
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Rickles:

 

     >Yeah seems to be a firmware thing then, maybe the IP address is reserved for DLNA or something. <

 

Except that two of us have managed to change our Hubs to .2 with no problems.

 

Note: I haven't tried in the configuration described though (viz. another router then use Hub as AP).

 

 

 

When I tried to change it this is the error I get in the event log


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  # 1922812 20-Dec-2017 22:22
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The screen dump of the LAN Status doesn't show the Hub ?


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  # 1922813 20-Dec-2017 22:25
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  # 1922814 20-Dec-2017 22:27
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Rickles:

The screen dump of the LAN Status doesn't show the Hub ?

 

 

That's a DHCP lease listing not ARP table.

 

 

Are you guys all on the same Ultra Hub firmware version?

 

 

Alternatively the Ultra Hub just needs a power cycle or reset to forget the previously set DHCP scope. I wouldn't bother unless you are really adamant to assign .2 for your Ultra Hub lol.

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  # 1922815 20-Dec-2017 22:29
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  # 1922816 20-Dec-2017 22:31
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See if turning the Ultra Hub off and on again solves the problem.

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  # 1922817 20-Dec-2017 22:33
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     >Are you guys all on the same Ultra Hub firmware version?<

 

Mine is   17.1.7875-2461002-CRF731

 

 


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