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Wireless G broadband router

Normally we get connected at 54 mbps, but lately we have a hard time maintaing a connection, we we do connect its a really slow connection, and doesnt last long, gets disconnected.

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Please go to www.linksys.com/download and download firmware version of your router. For manual upgrade call linksys at 18003267114 or check out other linksys numbers.

 

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