Yes, That was apart of my initial troubleshooting steps. The device is acting similar to as if it did not receive a complete update or is stuck in some sort of limbo. Ideally there is a command that can be typed to force a factory default.
If I connect my laptop to the same exact port that the device is plugged into I am able to immediately establish a connection. I have changed the network feed to the device which does net resolve the issue. The devices ethernet port is showing an established connection on the backside verified by the lights…
Devin, it looks like you are getting an IP Address directly from your ISP rather than from your local router. (Most routers i have encountered distributes adresses in the 192.168.x.x range)
If your ISP has configured your router to bridge mode you might not be allowed more than one address. What is your router btw?
As others have mentioned, this appears that you are connecting directly to your modem, do you have a router in this setup? You would want to connect the Nucleus to the router so it can get an IP address.