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Does it depend on the socket you use or the router configuration at all? Your NIC or the D-Link can have bad ports; you might have wacky drivers or firewall software around; the D-Link might have scrambled config files you should reset rather than rebooting. Happy hunting.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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