It is the same wifi location, same wifi access point, only difference is that my internet bandwidth got doubled, I even still got the same IP.
I tried to get it back on my network with my Android based phone, and now I tried with the Particle-CLI, here is what I got from that.
! OOPS: I was unable to scan for nearby Wi-Fi networks (-___-)
? We can still proceed in 'manual' mode. Would you like to continue? Yes
! PROTIP: Manual mode will prompt you to manage the Wi-Fi connection of your computer when it's necessary.
! PROTIP: To proceed, you will need to be able to manually change the Wi-Fi connectivity of your computer.
! PROTIP: Your Photon will appear in your computer's list of Wi-Fi networks with a name like, Photon-XXXX
! PROTIP: Where XXXX is a string of random letters and/or numbers unique to that specific Photon.
! PROTIP: You will need to know the password for your Wi-Fi network (if any) to proceed.
! PROTIP: You can press ctrl + C to quit setup at any time.
> Obtained magical secure claim code.
! PROTIP: There was a network error while connecting to the cloud...
! PROTIP: We need an active internet connection to successfully complete setup.
! PROTIP: Are you currently connected to the internet? Please double-check and try again.
I am 100% sure I got a working internet connection. I even tried to do it with an active SSH connection open, just sending constant garbage through that to detect any outtages. Only Particle-CLI can’t get connection.
In the concole I only got my old Core online and running, the Photon isn’t there.