I purchased the N900 Central and have been using it for about a week. During this time I’ve been finding the optimal settings for wired and wireless networks and have had some good success. After leaving for breakfast this morning I started a transfer from another network drive to the N900 internal drive. Upon returning this transfer had finished but now my entire network was down.
I did the usual troubleshooting, first restarting my cable modem and after a bit everything was back up and running. When I went to check some settings I noticed that it changed my DHCP addresses internally from 192.168.100.1XX-120 range to now be 18.104.22.168XX-120, and somehow updating most of my port forwards friom 192 to 20. Now its also not letting me change the range for 22.214.171.124xx to anything else in the DHCP Server settings and the 1st 3 octets are locked so even if I wanted to change it back I can’t.
First is this something that I did? If not what is causing this? I did notice that in the Lan/Host and Lan Settings it has the LAN IP Address as 126.96.36.199 and subnet as 255.0.0.0 with DNS relay enabled. I don’t remember setting that up but is that the source?
Any help would be apprecaited as I’d like to have a stable network so I can keep all my devices connected and port forwards accurate.