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Ok, gonna get on my bike and go to Best Buy and get me a router. I will try to set it up myself. If I have any problems, I will let you know.

I'll let you know when I get it all working and we can close this file.

Thanks for your assistance,

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MISSION ACCOMPLISHED !!!!! THE NEW CISCO ROUTER SOLVED THE PROBLEM...THANKS A MILLION!!!


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That's great to hear. If you want, you can put your switch AFTER your router just in case you run out of ports in your router.
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You're welcome :)
Glad we could help.

Regards,
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The new router fixed the problem. Thanks for your help in this matter.

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