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Changing from Cable ISP to Fiber

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I recently decided to move from Xfinity cable internet to a local fiber provider (MetroNet). the MetroNet installer told me all I needed to do was connect the ethernet cable (that came out of the fiber "converter" box directly to the switch to the port where the previous cable modem/router was plugged in and I would be good to go, with the same wireless network originally installed (I'm in a Lennar home that has 3 r510 APs and an ICX-7150 switch). He said I didn't need a router but have tried several times and I am not getting any wireless signal from the AP's.  I looked in the Ruckus Unleashed app and it says no switches.  I know enough about networking to be dangerous, but I need to know is there a configuration change I need to make in the switch or on the fiber provider side to make this work? Do I need to start from scratch and reset the APs to create a new network? Any and all help greatly appreciated!


Hi @ozlerdeccan 


Greetings of the day,


To solve this issue please provide the detailed description of the issue. Also please let us know whether you are facing any internet connectivity issues in your network.


Please let us know if you have any queries in this regard.



Best regards,


Lennar Home Community

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Switching from cable ISP to fiber has been a game-changer for me. The speed and reliability of fiber optic internet are unparalleled. T mobile customer support phone number No more buffering or lag during peak hours. It's like upgrading from a bicycle to a sports car. I highly recommend making the switch if it's available in your area.