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I'm not even sure if this is a networking thing, but it is part of it at least. Here is the problem, a few months ago Full Tilt Poker falsely booted off anyone who had played under my wireless network, and their computers from playing on any network at all. So here is the question, how do I -
1) Fix my computer so it can play on a network other than the original one that it was booted from. AND
2) How do I fix my network so Full Tilt will accept people playing from it?

I have a Broadband connection and am using a NetGear Rangemax WPN824 v2 Wireless Router. As Well as Windows Vista.

Any help is GREATLY appreciated.
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youll need to contact full tilt and explain your case...if they decide to they will unblock your ip range...other than that there's nothing we can help you with

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