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G'day N/a

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PS this is a forum for wood working routers, not IT.

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G'day N/a

Welcome to the router forum.

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PS this is a forum for wood working routers, not IT.
I'm glad you knew what he was talking about, James. That one got a big "Huh?" from me.
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I'm an IT guy, and I couldn't figure out why a wood router would need to be LAN-connected. D'Oh!

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Isaiah 44:13 Another shapes wood, he extends a measuring line, he outlines it with red chalk. He works it with planes and outlines it with a compass...

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I'm an IT guy, and I couldn't figure out why a wood router would need to be LAN-connected. D'Oh!
Maybe he's got a really high tech shop!
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I'm an IT guy, and I couldn't figure out why a wood router would need to be LAN-connected. D'Oh!

I actually work for one of the largest IT companies in the world (but not in IT).

The only word I recognised was Asus ( a PC company)

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I was lost after the 1st word!

I got lost in thought. it was unfamiliar territory.
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When I got my router table, I made a joke about it listing all the local DNS servers.

Well, some people got it...

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My router had a DNS problem too> Did Not Start but I figured it out, Blew the breaker.
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Still, if you want a Gigabit-enabled 802.11n router with excellent 2.4Ghz throughput, the RT-N16 is an easy recommendation.

Wonder if it will take a 40mm template guide????????

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