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2wire 802.11g/b Wireless

Serial number & key codes are too long for configuration

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What's your ISP name? for list of activation keys or keycodes go to:
http://www.2wire.com/?p=268
as for the serial nos. well every product has its own unique serial no. and you can't change that; it's every product's unique identity.

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