I then set up the the Time Capsule in Bridge mode. That corrects the double NAT issue, but then my Airport Extreme doesn't appear to be working as it had been previously.
After you set up the Time Capsule in Bridge Mode, you should have seen a green light on the Time Capsule.
At that time, you need to power off the entire network...all devices...in any order that you want.
Wait a few minutes.
Start the FIOS gateway first, and let it run 2-3 minutes by itself
Start the Time Capsule next, let it run a full minute
Start the AirPort Extreme next, the same way
Keep starting devices one at a time about a minute apart until the entire network is powered back up
Check the network operation
I also have some port forwarding issues that I need to address for my SlingBox and GenieGo for out of home viewing. These worked before, but don't work now.
Any port forwarding that may be required must be done on the Actiontec modem/router, since it is controlling the routing functions for the entire network.
When you have completed the port forwarding setup on the Actiontec gateway, power off the entire network as above and restart again in sequence.
Thanks. That'll be a royal pain as I have over 25 connected devices, but I'll give it a try to see if that resolves the issue. I assume that I can just unplug the powerline adapter to effectively disconnect all of the devices connected via that method. I think I should also make sure I temporarily remove any static ip assignments?
I'll also make note of any port forwarding setting and transfer them to the ActionTec.
I assume that I can just unplug the powerline adapter to effectively disconnect all of the devices connected via that method
It would be better to power off each device. If you do not do this, the device may hold onto its "old" IP address on the network and then not work correctly when the network starts back up.
As long as everything is powered off, you don't need to change any Static IP settings unless you want to.
I followed the steps and the problem I had has been solved. The issue was with the network settings in my DirecTV network. It was still trying to connect in the 10.0.1 domain set by my AirPort Extreme. Set it to default setting and it fee stablished the connection in the new 192.168.1 domain set by the new router. All fixed.