It is pretty unusual to witness the instance of some unknown devices suddenly popping up on your network ultimately triggering a range of emotions and simultaneously pushing further for tracking and figuring out the real cause of such popping up.
Friends, I recently observed the instance of Arris Group on my network which became a matter of interest for me as well as I wanted to decipher this enigma forthwith.
When I moved ahead to comprehend the instance of Arris Group on my network, I came across the real core reason for the reflection of the message that reads as “Arris Group on my network”, which by means of this quick user guide I would like to discuss with the entire user fraternity so that it becomes relatively easy for all the users accessing the internet using their specific Wi-Fi to comprehend the scenario of Arris Group on my network.
Scenario 1 - Your Arris-made equipment or device might be intercepted by your Wi-Fi network
You may have heard or seen the equipment or devices that are manufactured by Arris especially when you are an Xfinity user as the devices under the brand name of Xfinity generally have other built-in micro Arris-made equipment which may be getting paired with your Wi-Fi network.
Similarly, if you have some other devices that are actually manufactured by Arris then the same may be getting hooked up to your Wi-Fi network thereby resulting in the instance of the Arris Group on my network.
Scenario 2 - You may be using two or more Arris routers at the same time which may be ultimately leading to the instance of Arris Group on my network getting observed
Sometimes, it may also happen that you may be utilizing two different Arris-made routers for better connectivity all across the length and breadth of your home or office either of which may be detected by the other router which might also be the case when you see the emergence of the message that reads as “Arris Group on my network”.
Scenario 3 - Presence of some other unknown devices on your Wi-Fi network
Lastly, it is quite commonly observed that in the instance of Arris Group on my network hitting the computer screen, it may be possible that some unidentified device may be detected or may have come on the radar of your Wi-Fi network which calls for a confirmation which you can get accomplished by following the procedure of MAC address check-up which establishes that if you find a different MAC address as compared to the MAC address of your own Arris router then there is a strong possibility that some other device may be actually trying to intrude into your Arris Wi-Fi network and would be attempting to get paired with your Arris Wi-Fi. But, if you find exactly the same MAC address that it should make you believe that the intruding device is nothing but your own device.