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Unable to browse the internet via the RF820 although there is no block of port 80

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Am experiencing the same problem. Try manually entering a working DNS number in your COMPUTER under the network settings. Then open your browser and go to a site you know is up and running; i.e. www.microsoft.com. If the site opens, then the problem is exactly like mine. It appears that the Multitech RF is having problems transmitting the DNS numbers through the network to the individual computers. I haven't found a fix yet other than putting the DNS IP numbers into EACH individual computer. Some devices will not allow manual DNS inputs; thus lies the bigger problem (I have some that do not allow it; i.e. Wii, Phillips TV, and Dish Network Satellite receivers). Hope this helps some. It is looking like an impossibility to purchase a new Multitech RF SOHO as there appear to be NONE for sale on the internet.

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