UYour vendor hijacked a network that was not really intended to be used for private networking. (pseudo-private network) 1/8 was moved from “IANA reserved” to “IANA unallocated” in 2008! It was clear that someone will try to get this network allocated. Vendors shouldn’t use it anymore since has been changed.
APNIC decided to make this network available to the public now. Why not? There are more than enough private adresses available (10/8, 172.16/12, 192.168/16). About 18 million addresses.
I am sorry to read that you’ve trouble now. But you either have to wait for a firmware update or change the IP on your own. Or configure your network not to route 22.214.171.124 to the public internet.
But usually your network should respond first instead of routing the request to the internet. Commonly such network settings makes (the public) 126.96.36.199 inaccessible instead of your local device.