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Linksys router packets

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  • sajpel Jan 12, 2009

    linksys is connected and connection is excellent but it wont go on the internet and it only sends packets and doesnt recieve them



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using a wireless uplink sucks and most equipment won\'t do it and the ones that try suck at it.



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