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routing problem with getnet router gr-534w

Posted on 2010-09-02
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HI,

I am having a problem when setting up a static IP on the Wan side of this router, i give it a static ip address and then i set the address of the gateway i want it to go out on and it just keeps blanking itself...(the gateway)

Has anyone ever seen anything like this, i have reset the router multiple times, i have screenshots if anyone wants to see
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HI,

Pleaase refer this page:

http://www.getnet.eu/data/QIG,Manual/GETNET%20GR-534W%20User%20Manual.pdf

on 4.2.3

Best regards,
Istvan
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