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hamman01

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i dont know what to do i have a microsoft router its a mn 700. will some one help me please i treid a week by my self and got nowhere i no to open port 6112 but will someone get me a walkthrough.? thank you
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Hi. Do you have any support documents you can refer to?
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what do u mean support documents?
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Like, did the router come with a manual? A support knowledgebase?
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Storm means, do you have any documentation on the router? Such as that tells you how to use it, to fix problems, and to show or tell you what you can do with it. So do you?
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no. i know how to get to my settings and i no the password and stuff but i have no document.
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Well obviously something is wrong, and well it helps to have documentation on it. What is the exact name and model of your Router, how much did you pay for it, where did you get it from, and whose the manufacturer of your Router? Fair warning..... Routers can be complicated, and do cause lots of problems.
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its a microsoft mn700 wieless router i just need to know what the inbound port is and if i need to take of firewalla and suff
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We don't ask questions for our health. We ask those types of questions for reasons, so we can use that information so that we can gather information/ documentation to better help you fix your problem. So if you don't mind retrieve that information for us, thanks.
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i dont know how much it costs its a microsoft mn700 wireless router i have no documents no nothing
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Well its going to be hard helping you then. You should have some documentation or something, here's what I advise, you need to learn to deal with these types of situations, so here's what you need to do, go to http://google.com/ and type in the name of your router and find some information on it, then come tell us the information I asked for. This will help both of us. You will learn to research information on computer hardware, and we can be helped by helping you fix your hardware issue, :whistling:.

Edited by hayabusa_mike, 10 September 2006 - 06:18 PM.

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Is there any software based help system you can refer to? Like when it installs, it gives you the help files?
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That would be documentation, and yes, Storm thats a good thought you've brought up. Hamman, go to >Start >All Programs and look and see if your router is listed, and if it is highlight the menu, and see if it pops up with extra information.
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Here's a link to the documentation for this series of wireless base stations from Microsoft:

Microsoft Wireless Base Stations
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Ok i had this problem jsut a while ago. check out www.portforward.com try finding my thread and see if any of that helps you out. it should be about 1-2 pages back, but portforward.com is an awsome guide
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