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Can not get internet or local web thru my netgear router (wgt624v3)

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Have you run the configuration CD that came with the router?
You may also have to make changes to your firewall configuration in order to connect to the Internet.
If you no longer have the install CD, use the network setup wizard included in WinXP.

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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