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Limited or no connectivity

I cannot configure the unit, i get a limited or no connectivity using LAN cable. I tried resetting the unit, but got the same problem. Tested the unit w a NIC tester and it gave me an error sign.

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Re: Limited or no connectivity

I have just a few questions in order to assist you! I hope this ok?
What type of PC are you using? Desktop or Laptop?
What type of Router are you using? Linksys, D-link, Netgear, Internet Service Provider, verizon, at&t, comcast? What type of Modem? I just need more information in order to help! Let me know I will assist you!

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