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I have a Motorola modem that I purchased, not supplied by Cox and I can no longer reach the Modem Information Page 192.168.100.1 I used to be able to access it to check signal levels, etc., but not anymore. Is there a reason for them to be blocking this on customer owned equipment?
Router can't communicate with other networks?
Your modem and router share an address table. When you initially connect a modem to a router, both initially communicate to create the table.
You probably just need to recreate an initial install to rebuild the table.
Meaning it can only route (connect) to devices on the same subnet 192.168.1.x The modem lies outside of this subnet at 192.168.100.1.
My problem now is that I'm not able to create that static route to that address.
Thanks Kevin, I'm thinking more and more it is a problem with the router (Linksys) not being able to route to that subnet.