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PostSubject: Cisco Router D E A D   Fri Sep 26, 2014 11:20 am

That's it for the Cisco. You need another cord or the USB thing that sets it up?

Dead when I got up this AM. Just had one port working since the
storm so I've been running everything but the magicjack wirelessly.
Hooked up the Belkin but the lan port on the Thinkserver blew at
the same time as all the router ports so I'm no a netbook like
the one I gave you (and Tracy uses).

Honey's not home so I'll try to look for setup info for the Belkin
online. Not sure it's on the box anyway and I don't see anything
else that came with it. Probably misplaced it.
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PostSubject: Re: Cisco Router D E A D   Thu Oct 02, 2014 7:31 am

Sorry about the router Thump. Seems like there's always something getting wrecked by storms down there! I don't need another cord or anything. Might get a new faster router at Christmas but I don't really want to mess with hooking everything up again.
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PostSubject: Re: Cisco Router D E A D   Fri Oct 03, 2014 10:04 am

There are newer faster routers now, it's AC. But I haven't seen any PCs
that come with it so no gain just by the router. They're also much higher
right now and will be until more are made. There are wireless AC dongles
that use USB.

I don't really mind losing the Cisco much, I'd threatened to replace it
with anything. You can't even reset the password without sticking in
the USB thing and doing a complete, new setup. Wireless did work
well so I may hook it up through the remaining lan port and use it's
wireless. The Belkin seems to be fine though but did have to be
rebooted this morning.
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