Arcadyan on my network

Arcadyan on my network

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Hello, most enigmatic – it may be a false or remnant entry that Factory Reset or Power Reset would clear. MAC Filtering, as suggested by cf4, would be a safe way to interrupt the system and see what happens. Does it display a Wi-Fi Band, Speed, and Signal Strength reading on the Home/Wi-Fi Devices/Connected Devices Page? If it does, it is a long distance away. Does the same MAC address appear with a red (inactive) or green (active) circle in Advanced/Local Network/Device, and is it showing its Form as a 2.4Ghz or 5 Ghz device with or without an IP address – that may help to identify it. If you have a Windows computer, type arp -a into the CMD prompt. It’s not assured that this will show all IP addresses on the network, but it’s worth a shot. This should show you which IP addresses are associated with which MAC addresses. Multiple web-based MAC Vendor lookup databases to identify the manufacturer do not return the MAC vendor DA:0D:16. It might be a non-standard remote system transmitting to the modem, and I’m not sure if that’s possible, but it’s not getting an IP address.

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I started looking around my router and found a computer with the name ‘Unknown’ attached. When I look up the mac address, I find that it belongs to Arcadyan Technology Company. (Unknown device’s MAC address is 50:7E:5D:B9:7F:F6).
I updated my wireless password right away and added the mac addresses of my own devices to the whitelist. On each computer, I had to re-enter my password, and I could only link them after whitelisting the mac address.
You can pinpoint the root of the problem. Is it sluggish on different computers? Is it sluggish over wired and wireless connections? Is it slow if you connect to the modem directly without using a router? Is it just at certain times of the day or on certain days of the week that it occurs?
You can pinpoint the root of the problem. Is it sluggish on different computers? Is it sluggish over wired and wireless connections? Is it slow if you connect to the modem directly without using a router? Is it just at certain times of the day or on certain days of the week that it occurs?
When it does happen, though, it slows down wired and wireless devices, as well as connecting to my router. My router’s settings are also sluggish to load. Thanks, I’m going to start writing down the times to see if I can find a pattern.

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See the following if you’re having trouble connecting to NBN (HFC) with an Asus-DSL AC68U. Once again, cf4 comes to the rescue. This is a bloody legend. Thank you once more, cf4. With this, I’ve been pulling my hair out since Saturday night!
Hello, nice text, but please double-check your revision date.
I also have an issue with the modem’s address, which sends me to http://www.http.com//192.168 percent 20.0.1 when I use it. I’m just double-checking the url. Greetings RETIRED
Instead of a dot, the address appears to have a gap between the 168 and the 0. The HTML code for a space is 20 percent. http://192.168.0.1 is the correct address. I found a mistake in the manual; the hyperlink, while being labeled http://192.168.0.1, actually redirects you to http://10.0.0.138. We’ll patch this in the next update.
Thank you for your support, Interfreak.
Of course, I’m aware of the Arcadyan documentation’s? connection. Of course, it says nothing about the weaknesses that cf4 describes. As a result, I have a concern. Are you aware that the connection you sent, which appears to be a copy of the documentation, is actually littered with links to malware and spam, trying to persuade me to download various pieces of garbage software? Thank you so much.

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It means that someone close to you has a wireless router that connects to your wireless devices before your router. DHCP allows routers and computers to find out how to bind to each other automatically, and it appears that the devices are locking onto a stronger signal. Heehee! I was going to repeat a lot of what Lex said, but he already did.
Thank you so much for your timely answers, both of you. What’s weird is that when I look for current networks, the Arcadyan network does not appear. It only occurs on rare occasions, and then only on computers (not iPhones) and with incredibly poor signal power. Similarly, the Arcadyan network does not appear in any of my devices; in other words, there is no network to forget under Settings (even on the computers). EDIT: Rather, the devices are only using the 192.168.2.xxx range while they are linked to my own network SSID. Unfortunately, I have no idea who owns the other router and therefore have no idea who to contact… Around our home, there are several networks, almost all of which have uninspiring titles. Also, I’m not sure how to stop computers using their wifis from connecting to the 2.xxx network. It happens on its own. When a computer has an established network available and has connected to it several times before, why does it default to an open network? May it be a workaround if I manually set the internal IP address to stop DHCP? Is it a good idea, or is it a bad idea? Hot regards

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