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Blue cable. I have the netgear router but i do not have the blue cable that goes with it. do i need to get that or is there something else i can use like a regular ethernet cord?

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The blue cable is a regular ethernet cable. There is nothing special about it other than the color. Cat5 is what your looking for.

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