is there another router into your network? cause DNS servers within ipconfig output are the same as default gateway 192.168.1.1, are there no other DNS servers from your ISP? within my router i can select to use ISP DNS
can you disable ipv6 on router? i’ve seen strange things when ipv6 was on on router when within network no use is for ipv6
Disabling IPv6 on my PC has no adverse affect - I can still access websites. I’ll cap some router screens later (short of time just now) - anything in particular you’d like to see?
Hi mtv. My router has 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11 as Primary and Secondary DNS server which I believe are those of my ISP. I tried using them when allocating an IP address to the Vero but it still wouldn’t connect. Although the router uses 18.104.22.168, my Dune player works perfectly as follows:
IP address = 192.168.1.237 (or any high number)
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
Default gateway = 192.168.1.1
DNS Server #1 = 192.168.1.1
As regards IPv6, my router is on IPv4. As you can see, you don’t disable IPv6 but you can ENable it.
As @mtv mentioned it would be strange that your Windows machine get’s a IPv6 address, could there be another device giving out IP’s?
The other point your windows machine is connected via WIFI, have you tried to connect the Vero via wifi as a test?
Sadly, the Vero still refuses to connect. I tried My OSMC/Network/Wireless and enabled the adapter. The name of my ISP appeared with a pink dot, blue dot and 4 white dots but I didn’t get a connection. (Does the Vero let you connect wirelessly without plugging in a dongle?)
I’ll get some route caps later as I have to go now. Thanks to you all!!
Oops… just realised that you have to ‘right arrow’ to the ISP name in order to input the wifi password. I’ve connected wirelessly to 2 routers (Huawei HG633 and DLINK3782) but ‘no internet’ in both cases, sadly.
I’m looking at my router’s settings and apparently I have 14 devices on the network which is way too many. There’s an option beside each to ‘Remove from network’ but should I do that when it’s not easy to tell which device is which?
Here are some other router settings in the hope that it gives someone a clue as to my problem. My continued thanks…
which router is the DHCP server?
and on which router is the vero connected (wired) and which router is the "master"ssid sending?
why is 14 devices way too many to have internet access? Normally it would be an issue to have less bandwith, but no internet is odd.
To avoid confusion, I’ll work with one router, the HG633. I looked at the hidden parental control menu but there are no ‘rules’ set so the problem isn’t with that, I’d say.
Forget what I said about 14 devices, I’ve just noticed it’s a list of active AND inactive devices.
To recap, I’ve completely disabled IPv6 on my PC and router. I’ve connected the Vero to the router via Ethernet and wireless, using DHCP and manual IP addresses – a connection is made but neither the Vero nor my other devices can then get to the internet.