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2 routers I am willing to pay someone for a checkout of these two units.Would you be interested??

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  • Polock51 Mar 14, 2008

    MY guess is a chip in the units has gone bad.When I call Lynksis /Cisoc,they tell me to buy new products.

  • Raymond Roque
    Raymond Roque May 11, 2010

    give me the model and brand. I am an expert for Linksys wired and wireless routers

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Well if you have no way in getting your router to work, no matter what setting you use, i would strongly suggest getting a new router.
-By the way try a NetGear router because that are voted by Geeksquad and Firedog to be the most dependable and longest lasting.

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