I have SBG8300 router from my ISP. I generally login to their router page to enable wi-fi ( normally it is in disabled mode). By mistake I clicked Bridge mode button though I don’t even know what the bridge mode is. Now I can’t login to the http://192.168.100.1 at all. The browser URL shows https://192.168.100.1/wizard_step1.php and runs for ever. How will I be able to login to router settings. I appreciate any help. internet is working normally. But whatsapp message refresh is taking forever saying “Wiating for this message. This may take a while Learn More “ .
Purchased new SB8200 in February and installed and activated it per Comcast and Arris instructions. Had new Linksys MR9600 router already installed and operating. Had no trouble for a few weeks and for 3 months now recurring crashes and DOCSIS 3.1 dropped to DOCSIS 3.0. However, the DOCSIS chipset remains online to Comcast and they show the modem and system still up and operating with no indication or record of outages from their viewpoint. Had 5 Comcast technician onsite inspections and nobody has the answer. Currently have a borrowed Comcast Xfinity modem in place and absolutely no outages, slow downs, or connection issues which is at least circumstantial evidence that the Arris SB8200 modem is faulty. Rebooting resumes internet connection and service but only briefly before another crash. I do not know whether SB8200 is incorrectly configured but I changed nothing after taking it out of the box and would not know how anyway. If there is a solution I would be interested in bei
I moved from one apartment to another one At the old place i was using an SBG8300 which was working great. The new place was set up with Xfinity equipment and I would like to continue using the SBG8300 but have no idea how to switch back to it. Could someone please tell me how I can do this please? Thank you!!!
I had an older modem tm225r that I replaced with a t25 because of fluctuating speed issues.It could vary from 250 or 300 to under a 100 (wired).Measuring from the Ethernet port on the t26 using a laptop and using Comcast speed site,with the new modem I still get under a 100 even though my service says 500 down.There were issues with cabling and connectors that they just replaced.His handheld meter is saying 600 down,but several different laptops said under 100.Any ideas?
Are there any known Arris Surfboard attacks that would allow a Surfboard cable modem to be used as a data relay. The reason I ask is that Xfinity is reporting over double the amount of data that my Eero gateway reports. One month it’s 195% and another month it’s 206% and this month it’s 297%. I can’t think of any source of data that Xfinity would see that wouldn’t also be seen by the Eero gateway.
Hello all, and happy to be part of the new community!My most recent Arris product was the T25, and I was extremely happy with it as it was very dependable and trouble-free.Last year, I updated my home network to support multi-gig and was surprised/disappointed to see that I didn’t have an Arris option when it came to an eMTA with a 2.5 Gb (or higher) Ethernet port. Even now, I don’t see that Arris has entry on the market… any plans?
I recently switched my router, right now I'm working with the G34. I used to cast with my Google Chromecast with no issues but now that I changed my router, cast is not working. I haven't changed anything but my router. I also have a printer that is facing a similar issue but I'm not worried about that for the moment, I want a solution for my Chromecast
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