Replies posted by Beach Flyer
I have the eero Pro (not Pro 6). There is nothing in the eero web page to setup primary/AP/bridge, etc. I switched the gateway cable back to Spectrum and it seems to have recovered back to the .4 subnet. The eero gateway address is hard coded to the .4 subnet, but it changed to .12 when I moved it to the TM box. Apparently DNS on the eero refreshed all the active DNS device addresses when it switched everything to the .12 subnet. I don’t see anything in the eero menu concerning local subnet sourcing.After a couple of reboots of the eero (using Spectrum modem) and another rebooting the modem and then the eero, an IP scan shows things back to normal. No changes made to any eero settings.Note that I had Spectrum turn off WiFi and set the modem to passthrough so I could use WiFi from eero only. Not sure if that caused the issue from the TM box.
And the eero works just fine with the TM gateway.Well, not quite.The previous subnet was 192.168.4 on my eero.But the TM gateway forced the eero to 192.168.12So my fixed IP devices are offline (stuck on the .4 network).Do I just change the subnet on the TM gateway?Will that cause any issues since the TM box might be expecting .12?
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