That IP can not be shared or changed. It is not unheard of for routers to have that address set as their default LAP IP which leads to some "issues".
I suggest that you check your routers LAN IP address and set it to 192.168.1.1
As for Gen5, there has been no official release regarding plans, pricing or availability, though it's supposedly going to cover pretty much the entire lower 48. Hopefully we'll all know soon.
"LIARS. PLUG THE PC INTO THE MODEM AND SEE IT NO DIFFERENT. JUST AS BAD."
Who are you to call someone a liar?
You haven't even enough on the ball to turn the cap lock off and make an intelligent post!
Do you even have an inkling of Networking?
Do you understand the effects that a router can introduce such as the various versions of QoS?
Wired versus wireless? 2.4 Ghz or % Ghz?
Can you even begin to understand that proper, inclusive troubleshooting demands that the number of variables be reduced to the absolute minimum while developing a baseline performance levels.
I think we can read your level of understanding just from reading your posts.
My advice to you is to pack up your computer and return it if possible to wherever you got because its setup and use is well beyond your understanding and you lack the ability to gain new information.
You are the victim of not knowing how much you don't know.