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Ethernet PCs Not Seen On Home Network

my-generation
On our wavelength

In connection with this problem I ran the network diagnostics tool on my hub 3.0

It came back with "gateway ipv4 address is invalid"

How do I fix this please?

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Client62
Hero

Is that a complaint about the Gateway address of the VM Hub 3 or the PCs ?

For a Hub in Router mode, the PCs etc should use Gateway address 192.168.0.1 ( the IP of the Hub )
For our Hub 3 the WAN Gateway is [REMOVED]  & is seen at Hub 3 menu >>> Admin >>> Info

Looking at the Hub 3 >>> Connected devices, static IP devices and Reserved addresses below the DHCP range are not listed.  All of our devices with  regular DHCP IP from the Hub 3 are present in the Connected devices list.

 

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my-generation
On our wavelength

It's simply a question asking how can I fix a  "gateway ipv4 address is invalid" message which the hub tells me following using the network diagnostic tool

Roger_Gooner
Alessandro Volta

Do you have a broadband problem.

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Hub 5, TP-Link TL-SG108S 8-port gigabit switch, 360
My Broadband Ping - Roger's VM hub 5 broadband connection

my-generation
On our wavelength

No, but I have since found that uninstalling the ethernet network adaptor when shutting down ensures that it works when next boot up. Strange.