Sonicwall WAN interface is a private ip

We have a Technicolor Modem/wireless router combo device given by Spectrum.  When Spectrum tech first set it up I could connect to is wirelessly and I could see the public wan IP as ie. 1.2.3.4.  We plugged it into our Sonicwall device and everything is working fine.  Bridge mode is enabled and we have a dynamic public ip so I set it to DHCP.   I just want to know why  I'm getting a address of 192.168.0.5 showing on my WAN.  I was expecting to see the public ip instead like 1.2.3.4.

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jkimzlgAsked:
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Semper PhiSystems IntegratorCommented:
The Spectrum device appears to have a NAT.
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jkimzlgAuthor Commented:
But Bridge mode is enabled so it should not be NATing
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Semper PhiSystems IntegratorCommented:
Try disabling the DHCP scope for the LAN side.
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Wayne88Commented:
"Bridge mode is enabled and we have a dynamic public ip so I set it to DHCP. "

Can we see the settings for the interface that's bridged to X1?
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Blue Street TechLast KnightCommented:
Cable modems have cache. They take the last connected device's MAC and retain it.

Perform a network refresh with the SonicWALL attached. Then login to the SonicWALL and click Renew then Refresh. Everything should clear up.

If not then Bridge Mode is failing. Factory Reset the Modem. If that too fails, then request for a new Modem from your ISP.

I would also not use the Modem for anything except Ethernet translation - disable wireless, firewall, NAT, DHCP, etc. Bridge Mode should take care of many of the items but not all of them and each device will act differently. You basically do not want the modem to perform any (or as least as possible) security or NAT functions.

Let me know how it goes!
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