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I use Wireless router Model: SMCWBR14-G2. My Office is use Staitc IP for Staff and DHCP for Customer. But DHCP is well work, static is not. I Re Configure this router. It is Ok!. But Gtalk can not use by Static.Please answer me.

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We have used gtalk with static ip number. Sounds more like the port it uses isn't open. It could be that they block the port at your office. When using static ip numbers the gateway must be the number of the router in order for it to get out to the internet.

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