For some strange reason the my Virgin Superhub 2 is issuing IP addresses outside it's stated DHCP range - which is 192.168.0.2 - 250
Some of my devices need to be on same subnet as the router - so when an IP address of a connected device starts 192.168.1.xx then the device wont work.
Are the devices set to obtain a IP address automatically?
Are you connecting to a guest wireless network?
You sometimes get 192.168.1.1xx (other the .100) when your VM router cannot get a WAN IP address.
Welcome to the forums, I am sorry to see you have had trouble with the Superhub 2 showing up a DNS that is out of DHCP range.
Did the information our forum user Tudor supplied help you to get things resolved?
If not can you answer the questions posed by griffin.
Let us know how you are getting on.
All the best.
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