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island gal

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I've been unable to post to this forum, but have unplugged my router and am trying again.

I've been unable to post to blogs, forums, access the shopping carts or 2nd or 3rd pages of websites, etc. If this post goes through, it'll be the first time on my PC in a couple of months.

I've got a Hawking router (54G). Is is possible it's defective? Or that my computer guy didn't set something up right? If so, what can I do?

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Possibly faulty, use the modem your internet provider sent you, see if that helps. If so, replace the router, if not, call your provider.
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