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  # 1922818 20-Dec-2017 22:33
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Trying

 


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  # 1922819 20-Dec-2017 22:36
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yep mine is the same version also

 

17.1.7875-2461002-CRF731

 

and extended

 

17.1.7875-2461002-20170903121056-e78487b10876a3d2bec68ba0f294d1eaf76c4001


 
 
 
 


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  # 1922821 20-Dec-2017 22:38
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Restarted Ultrahub. Issue Remains  


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  # 1922822 20-Dec-2017 22:39
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What if you disconnect the ASUS?

 

 

I suppose if you're really desperate also reset the configuration of the Ultra Hub.

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  # 1922823 20-Dec-2017 22:40
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yitz: What if you disconnect the ASUS?

 

 

 

I've tried that. Issue remains 


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  # 1922825 20-Dec-2017 22:44
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I've got a head ache ... going to bed wink

 

One last suggestion that I find works quite a lot .... wave some chicken entrails over the router, threaten it with a whipping, turn it off and go to bed ... restart it in the morning sealed

 

 


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  # 1922909 21-Dec-2017 07:54
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given others dont have this issue and are on the same firmware as you im going to say its a network/setting issue at your end.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1922914 21-Dec-2017 08:21
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Definitely nothing at my end. I have a faulty ultrahub that’s all. Or bad firmware that a firmware upgrade didn’t fix.

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  # 1922917 21-Dec-2017 08:29
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Starscream122: Definitely nothing at my end. I have a faulty ultrahub that’s all. Or bad firmware that a firmware upgrade didn’t fix.

 

 

 

Its not faulty. It is just a limitation in the router.

 

If the dhcp pool start IP is .2 it wont allow it (whether DHCP is on or off).

 

Just change the IP pool start IP to something else and you'll be able to use .2

 

 

 

I've seen other routers do the same


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  # 1922919 21-Dec-2017 08:32
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the question is though if dhcp is off on the device it shouldnt matter what IP address you give it.

 

but if you change the ultra hubs DHCP range to .3-xxx then turn dhcp off then put your IP address as .3 i would say it would work fine.


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  # 1922922 21-Dec-2017 08:42
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     >but if you change the ultra hubs DHCP range to .3-xxx then turn dhcp off then put your IP address as .3 i would say it would work fine.<

 

What I suggested trying in earlier Message, just in case the Ultra needs a default 'starting position' set.


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  # 1922923 21-Dec-2017 08:50
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Hey, mine wouldn't accept LAN IP changes until the unit upgraded to the 731 firmware.

 

I think it needs to be plugged straight into the modem overnight (s) for this to happen.

 

 


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  # 1922931 21-Dec-2017 09:02
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Change the 2 to a 5 save and then disable DHCP and try change IP address again?

 

 

 

 

 


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  # 1922944 21-Dec-2017 09:10
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Starscream122:

 

Change the 2 to a 5 save and then disable DHCP and try change IP address again?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

worked for me - my dhcp is on though as I use it


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  # 1922947 21-Dec-2017 09:14
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Update:

 

 

 

I changed IP Pool Start Address to 192.168.1.5 and then I was able to change the IP address to 192.168.1.2 and then turn DHCP off again.

 

So the issue was the start pool address conflicting with the modems IP address.. However with DHCP disabled it should not have done that. 

 

Is there a sequence I should be using for the DHCP start Pool even though I am not using DHCP or is 192.168.1.5 fine?


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