Hi All -
Seems like after a weeks vacation, that a number of my devices are not receiving IPv4 addresses (only Ipv6). Everything was working fine before I left. I've remotely rebooted my router/modem, power cycled it and this has not fixed it. What's weird is that in the XFI app, some devices on my network are showing IPv4 addresses (in the Device Details section). I've tried splitting my 2.4 & 5ghz wifi networks too.
As expected on the affected devices (seems to be iphones, macbook, amazon fire tablets from what I can see right now), I can only get to ipv6 supported sites (google, netflix etc). On the iphones, I've reset network settings as well. To get some stuff working on my macbook, I just set a manual Ipv4 (IP, Subnet, Gateway IPs) within the expected range and that seemed to work (for now) - just don't want to have to do it on everything, after all DHCP should work right?
I have the Arris TG3482G, Revision 11, Firmware TG3482PC2_3.12p8s1_PROD_sey.
Is this the Ipv4 / Ipv6 issue with MAC address or has a new profile and/or firmware been pushed to the router/modem while I was away? Have also messaged @ComcastJohnN & @ComcastChe separately but casting the net wider to this group in case they are away/busy :-).
Thanks everyone in advance,
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Argh! Just got home after a week on vacation to find my Xfinity Router is now only giving out Ipv6 addresses and not IPv4. Reboots/resets do not fix :-( . @ComcastJohnN or @ComcastChe can you help? :-)
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