said by More Fiber:My router is pulling an IP from verizon and i have internet access with it. For some reason my DVR and the Actiontec Wireless do not have internet access. They have IP Address which were assigned by my own router but no outside network access.
•Is your router pulling a WAN DHCP address from VZ?
•Can a PC attached to your router connect to the internet?
If the answer to those questions is no, then you have a problem with the first part of the instructions and should not proceed to the second part of the instructions until the problem is resolved.
Usually when the user router can not obtain a WAN DHCP lease, the problem is not having properly released the WAN DHCP address from the Actiontec (or the Actiontec reacquired the DHCP lease). If you're having trouble releasing the DHCP lease, see this FAQ:
»Verizon Online FiOS FAQ
»How do I release my DHCP lease
Another thing to try if the Actiontec is reacquiring the DHCP lease is going to ADVANCED; System Settings and unchecking AUTO WAN DETECTION.
Keep in mind that the names of the bridges are misleading.
is really your MOCA WAN to ethernet WAN bridge.
•Broadband Connection (bridge)
is really your ethernet LAN to MOCA LAN bridge.
If the answer to the two questions at the top is yes, then the first bridge is probably okay and the problem is with the second bridge. If your wireless is under the second bridge, it should be pulling a DHCP address from your router (not the Actiontec).