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What is it with Indians and routers??????

I believe many of them are making promises they cannot keep..........ROTFLAO.

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how to setup a intranet wireless router in 500 meters range
With a long extension cord?

Ba dum bump!

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I have an idea - lets keep him/her hanging until he/she figures out what "router" means in regard to this forum.

{hint - read the header}

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LOL< I had no idea so many people would come here about routers. I think the reason they can't set one up is they can not take the time to read anything. God forbid these people would get their hands on a ROUTER.
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Hard to believe the number of people that confuse a router with a router?

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The mind boggles.

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