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No Boot it seems like no autobooting . Led status: Power:green Status:Orange WAN:green WLAN:green Phone:green

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  • Sotres Aug 17, 2007

    Just to let you know the problem was that the router Kyocera KR1 Freeze out haha and I had to sent for warranty I have a new one ha ha let's play a little bit more

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Please let me know about the issue in detail?

Posted on Aug 16, 2007

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