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  1. Maybe Tim could help you? He has a few folks to poke at.
  2. I think you're the only one here that has a Voice Pro.
  3. Samsung might be feeling ill. We might need to send help.
  4. The eero also doesn't like my Airave either. That's why I removed it off the network.
  5. Awesome! Since switching to the Note 10 I got my first VoLTE experience today!
  6. https://support.eero.com/hc/en-us/articles/207908443-How-do-I-configure-port-forwarding-
  7. Port forwarding: Open UDP ports 53, 67, 500 and 4500 bi-directionally
  8. Modem/router combo, but I disabled all the router part and have the eero do all the work.
  9. Odd because mine does and I don't have multiple static IPs. 🤔
  10. No no no! Ok, look at my setup. https://imgur.com/yxvJBZr This is how I got this figured out. I want you to do this. Modem has 4 ethernet ports, plug the airave into the first port with the black cable, now plug the eero into the second port with the white cable, now the eero has an extra port, plug the ethernet cable to the switch yellow cable, then the blue and yellow cable for the tv/tivo can be connect to the switch.
  11. Did you try plugging the Airave to the ethernet ports on the modem and see, while still having the eero hand the other network? You will want to do a factory reset to the Airave just in case so it can activate.
  12. My setup: I placed the modem -> Airave modem -> eero -> switch -> which has multiple computers/Xbox/Hue hub connected I had to remove the Airave from the eero network because it wouldn't work, but does work with the modem. I didn't bridge my modem since eero doesn't suppose PPPoE yet.
  13. Could you take a picture of the back of the modem? What is the modem model again?
  14. Looks like my new phone! Perfect timing too!
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