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Helo i have to activate the port 1604 for 192.168.0.28. I tried hard but it did not work. With canyouseeme Open Port Check Tool I controled it. I hope someone can help me
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You may want to try the NETGEAR forum for help on your question>>>>

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Helo i have to activate the port 1604 for 192.168.0.28. I tried hard but it did not work. With canyouseeme Open Port Check Tool I controled it. I hope someone can help me
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When someone joins our forums to get information for their networking router the problem is obvious: they do not read instructions. This makes me wonder how many router bits they try to install in the Cat 6 connectors.
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When someone joins our forums to get information for their networking router the problem is obvious: they do not read instructions. This makes me wonder how many router bits they try to install in the Cat 6 connectors.
Kinda like some woodworkers and manuals... I don't need to read no steenkin manual?

Just for the record, the connectors are RJ45, the cable(wire) is cat5, cat5e, cat6 or whatever.

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