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SD-10273: Is my BRG-35503 supported by Comcast?
   Synopsis:  ZyXEL BRG-33503 compatibility issue with Comcast
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SD-10237: How do I connect the NBG-416n with my Cable Modem so I can get on-line?
   Synopsis:  When you first set up a new wireless router with a cable modem, some steps must be followed so that the cable modem will connect to the wireless router.
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SD-10251: Windows Vista Can Not Connect Wirelessly With Advanced Encryption
   Synopsis:  Vista wireless connection.
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SD-10255: How do I clone my computers MAC (Media Access Control) address to replace the WAN MAC address of the NBG-416n?
   Synopsis:  Some modems lock on to the last device connected to them using the device's MAC address. By cloning the MAC address from that device to another we make the modem think it is still connecting with the original device so it will allow the new device to connect to the Internet. These steps show you how to clone the MAC address.
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SD-10199: How do I troubleshoot wireless conectivity issues?
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SD-10011: How do I set up the WAP3205 in Universal Repeater Mode?
   Synopsis:  How to set up the WAP3205 so that it connects wirelessly to a router and rebroadcasts the wireless connection to extend my wireless network.
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SD-10139: How to secure the wireless using WPA
   Synopsis:  Securing your wireless connection with WPA will help keep unwanted users accessing your network
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SD-10075: How do I load balance between my WAN connections?
   Synopsis:  Load balancing on a ZLD ZyWALL
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SD-10181: How do I forward ports in my ZyWALL(ZyNOS 3.62 or lower)?
   Synopsis:  Setting up port forwarding on the ZyWALL 2/10/10-II
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SD-10003: Every time the computer reboots, it doesn’t remember my wireless key and I have to enter it in every single time.
   Synopsis:  Every time the computer reboots, it doesn’t remember my wireless key and I have to enter it in every single time. Using the ZyXEL Utility, you will need to create a profile that stores your SSID and your Wireless Key so that upon reboot, the settings are applied without user input.
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