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I do have the Home Hub 3000.
Can not go into the settings
Every time I type 192.168.2.1 , it stays on the following screen, circle is turning, and never go further
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Already tried hard reset
Bell even changed the router for a new one
Was ok for a day, then it started again when the devices were connected.

Can it be a wifi connected device that create the problem since a factory reset make it work but the problem comes back once every device is hooked on the wifi.

Thanks for your help
 

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Conflict in addresses? - one of your devices has the same address as the modem?
 

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Have you tried a different browser? Bell only supports Chrome for some of it's services. It's also possible that an antivirus program or privacy plugin is blocking the connection.
 

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Have you tried a different browser? Bell only supports Chrome for some of it's services. It's also possible that an antivirus program or privacy plugin is blocking the connection.
Yep.. try with every browser available. Same ! Same thing on iPad, mobile phone, etc...
 

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Do you any other routers or unusual network devices that would cause an address conflict or block network access?

Have you tried a hard-wired connection directly to the HH3000?

Have you customized the configuration of the HH3000 or are you running it the way that Bell sent it to you?
 

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No other routers ou unusual devices
Yes I tried hard-wired and it's the same...

If I factory reset, it will work. But as soon as a change the network default name ( BELLXXX ) by my own network name, All devices reconnect et can't access the router anymore. That's why I suspect a conflict with an actual device. I used the bell network app, and had been able to see all devices ip address.... No other 168.192.2.1 .... Still have no clue May be I will have to turn down every device, one by one and try to find the faulty one ! :-S
 

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Have you tried accessing the router from a browser on the phone or tablet that works with the Bell network app?

I have Bell MTS and use http://home to access my HH3000. Does that work for you?
 

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I used the bell network app, and had been able to see all devices ip address.... No other 168.192.2.1 .... Still have no clue May be I will have to turn down every device, one by one and try to find the faulty one
Thoughts:
  1. the app may not show a device with the possible conflict, so take notes from the "clean" unedited network SSID version
  2. Indeed - makes sense to try that, or reverse and bring one back on line at a time
Good luck.
 
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