1. jasoncollege24's Avatar
    There is a LOT of information here, so please bare with me.

    Router details
    Name: Belkin N600DB Wireless Router
    Model: F9K1102 v3 (01)
    Firmware: 3.04.06 (Mar 17, 2014) (LATEST!)
    Boot Loader: v0.12
    Intellistream: OFF
    2GHz Band: ON (Channel 11)
    Bandwidth: 20/40Mhz
    Wireless mode: 802.11 b/g/n
    SSID Broadcast: ON
    5GHz band: OFF
    Firewall: ON (Disabling this has no effect)
    IPv4: Working normally
    IPv6: Pass-Through (ISP natively supports IPv6, and cannot be disabled in router)
    DMZ: Disabled
    DHCP Server: Enabled
    WPS: Enabled
    Wireless Security: WPA2-PSK
    Parental Control: OFF

    Phone Information
    Model Name: LG Leon LTE
    Model Number: LGMS345
    Carrier: MetroPCS
    Android Version: 5.1.1
    Root access: Not rooted
    IP Type: DHCP (IP address obtained successfully for both IPv4, and IPv6)

    A connection with my router causes the phone to have internet, but no wi-fi calling. Occassionally, the phone will tell me that I have no internet, and then it automatically switches to mobile data. Usually the error message I receive when this happens is something along the lines of "No internet on [wi-fi name]" and then the phone switches to mobile data.

    When did symptoms begin?
    When I installed Avast Battery Saver

    Error Messages:
    Enabling wi-fi calling on the above network results in the following error - Error: REG99 "Unable to connect"

    Did it ever work?
    Originally it worked fine for a day or two, (even made some wi-fi calls on the above network, so I know it was working), until I installed the Avast Battery Saver app, then I would get the message wi-fi calling wasn't available, including the above error message, and the wifi would drop out intermittently, until it just stopped working.

    At that point, my phone was telling me that it was not getting an IP address from the router. (eg. IP address unavailable) Setting a static IP address worked to get internet, but wi-fi calling was still broken.

    Returning to DHCP resulted in an unavailable IP address again. I uninstalled the Avast Battery Saver app, before I performed the factory reset. Uninstalling, and then reset did not restore wi-fi calling for this network, but seems to have otherwise restored wi-fi internet access on this network.

    Do other devices work properly on the same network?
    Yes! All of them do! I have various devices on my network that include the following:
    Netgear Wireless G Router (isolated wireless access point for connecting infected devices to the internet for cleaning)
    Win10 Desktop (x2)
    Win10 Laptop (x2, wireless)
    Apple Time Capsule (wireless radio is off)
    Linux Desktop
    PS3 (x2)
    Apple iPhone
    Samsung Smart TV (x2)
    Samsung Android Phone

    Things I've tried:
    Factory reset - fixed the unavailable IP address problem, but not wi-fi calling, which resulted in current symptoms.
    Disable/enable Wi-Fi on phone - no changes
    Modify Network - static IP address resolved no internet before reset, but resulted in no wi-fi calling (Error REG99 "Unable to connect") Have not tried this step since resetting
    Try a different network - Wi-Fi calling works on other networks
    Connect to isolated Wireless G - Same results
    Switch to Mobile Data - Mobile data works fine! Issue is with Wi-Fi on the above network

    Any suggestions, or ideas on how to fix this would be great! Thanks in advance!
    10-06-2016 03:12 PM

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