Xbox can't connect to home network

My xbox 360 just recently stopped connecting to my home network for no apparent reason. I've tried turning off the router, modem and xbox off and then turning them back on, resetting the network to factory defaults, disconnecting and reconnecting to the network, clearing the xbox cache, rerunning the initial setup, and deleting and redownloading my xbox live profile. When I tried to redownload my profile, however, I couldn't due to not being able to connect to my home network. 

I live in the United States.
The modem is an **** tm822.
The router is a Netgear WNR834M. 
I am using a wireless connection and the adapter is the internal adapter for the Xbox 360 S
I don't know if UPnP is enabled or disabled.
I don't have a nat error.
The error code I get is 8015901 whenever I try to sign in and whenever I check connection it says Ip address error. 
Our isp is Comcast Xfinity
W:0000-0021
X:4000-1001
Y:0000-0000
Z:0000-0000
ID:0001-0002
L:8015-1901
Q:8007-435
T:Wireless
D:0.0.0.0.
S:WEP
C:1

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 52 Applies to:

Hey there Alpha,

Sorry to hear you're having issues connecting to Xbox Live.

We're currently experiencing a service outage for some Comcast subscribers. I would may sure to check out our Service Status page for further updates.

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