Modem IP gateway address
Two weeks ago, Comcast had a two day outage in my area. Since the service was restored, I can't use a router with my customer-supplied modem.
I can connect a PC (via Ethernet cable) directly to the modem (Linksys CM3016) and it works. If I connect a router, I lose my Internet connection. FYI, I've tried this with four different routers, three Linksys routers and one Netgear router.
When I look at my network properties in Win10 Settings, it says my Default Gateway is 220.127.116.11, and my IPv4 address is 18.104.22.168
I confirmed this by the 'ipconfig' command from the Command Prompt window.
Shouldn't my Default Gateway be 192.168.1.1?
Is that why my router can't connect?
I've been calling Comcast every other day for two weeks. The phone support wait time tonight is between 2.5 and 3 HOURS. I've already spend the equivalent of a work day on the phone with Comcast.
Anyone have any ideas?