@dotdigital wrote: CHROMECAST FIX: Go into the device and use the 'wizard' -this will lead you to the area where u can change the Security Mode to WPA2PSK-TKIP THIS WILL FIX THE CHROMECAST ISSUE IMMEDIATELY! As per: I've had the same issues presented in this thread. I have the Arris TG862G router with Comcast. When connecting my Chromecast it said that it was connect to my home network, but couldn't access the internet. I had the same problem with 2 of my Samsung smart TV's. After about 5 different calls, spending nearly 10 hours working on this, 5 different online chat sessions, reading multiple online threads, I finally got to a call center rep that was able to help. We changed the Security Mode to WPA2PSK-TKIP and this took care of all devices. They all access the internet fine now. Previously my Security Mode was set to the recommended, default from Comcast. Hope this helps some others fix the issue. As a reminder, this is not an issue with Chromecast or Samsung. I used all these devices just fine at my previous home on CenturyLink. This was a router setting that needed to be adjusted on Comcast router. This IS the FIX. All the other jazz in this thread is a work around that may work, but is unnessesary. AND, you Modem/Router/Gateway does NOT need to be close to the Chromecast as some stated. That defeats the purpose of "streaming".
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@ssssdotdigital wrote: CHROMECAST FIX: Go into the device and use the 'wizard' -this will lead you to the area where u can change the Security Mode to WPA2PSK-TKIP THIS WILL FIX THE CHROMECAST ISSUE IMMEDIATELY! ________________________________ So far so good on 1 TV. I'll check the other tonight. I've spent a week trying to resolve. I went back through the Gateway and reversed all changes noted higher up in this thread, did this simple security change, and have the 1st of 2 Chromecast up and working. Thanks.
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