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Netgear WG111 disconnection problem

I'm currently at a hotel and am connected to their wireless network. I can use the internet fine but whenever i activate a program that uses the internet, i get disconnected from the network.

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If you are playing a game or useing a fileshareing program then they may have the ports these programs use limited or disabled on purpose. Regardeless it is a router issue, adn unless you happen to have an in with the hotel staff your prolly not going to be able to use them.

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