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Velop Mesh System Issues - Using Own Router

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Registered: ‎08-16-2020

Velop Mesh System Issues - Using Own Router

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I have a brand new ONT running Ethernet to a Velop MX10 WiFi 6 mesh system. I then have an Actiontec MoCA 2.5 Network Adapter Model: ECB6250S02 running from my Velop to the STB boxes. I have released the IP address before switching from my G1100 to my Velop system. Everything including the internet, TVs, Guide, On Demand, etc works for 1-2 days then my Velop switches to red meaning it’s not getting an IP address / detecting the internet from FIOS. What is going on? I don’t understand why it works and then stops. Is anyone else having this is or does anyone know how to fix it?

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Registered: ‎07-27-2020

Re: Velop Mesh System Issues - Using Own Router

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Anecdotal only - (worked for me) -


Plug in your original VZ router, set the DHCP refresh interval to shorter than 2 hours, and then release i/p.


Not sure why that matters with our personal routers, but it DID fix my issue - it was every 2 hours instead


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Registered: ‎12-15-2010

Re: Velop Mesh System Issues - Using Own Router

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Looks like we've been in communication over here:


I have a hunch this may be related to a bug with Velop I'm trying to get Linksys to acknowledge and fix with their Wired Backhaul implementation. Let's see if this is the same thing in a different style.

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