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Connectiob problem Have had my Netgear MR814 router for years. Just recently my internet speed on ATT DSL dropped to single digets. When I bypass the router my speed returns to normal. Is there hope or is my MR814 now only good as a boat anchor?

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This can be a problem with the firmware of the router, firmware is the the software inisde the router so if you have problem with the speed of it a firmware upgrade should make everything working fine again, I advice you to upgrade the firmware of the router to the latest one...

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