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Firewall How do I turn off the modems firewall?

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    Kevin Flannagan May 11, 2010

    Are you refering to the Modem that your service provider provided you for your internet connection?

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If you are referring to your connections built in firewall then goto network connections and right click on the item and select properties. If there is a built in firewall to the network device you will see it in the list. Uncheck the box to disable it.

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