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NETGEAR WIRELESS ROUTER VERSION WGR614-V9 FIRMWARE CORRUPT

I recently updated the firmware on this router but was using the wireless connection and it disconnected before the update was complete. I know through reading the online documentation that you can upload the firmware using TFTP but how do you do that. What program should I use and what IP addresses etc need to be configured.

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