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hmm, network unreachable is either firewall blocking or it genuinly can't send and recieve data, wireless network u say, have u got all the security things set exactly the same, ...
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    hmm, network unreachable is either firewall blocking or it genuinly can't send and recieve data, wireless network u say, have u got all the security things set exactly the same, remember linux has it's own built in f/w and the router probably has one, try tinkering

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    hmm, i didnt know linux had a built in firewall, im trying to access the router itself to change some settings, but cant at the moment cause i need a username and password but i cant find the manual that came with it

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    well have u tried a blank 1, or admin and admin? they usually default

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    oh and built in firewall is SELinux, i'm on my windows boot atm otherwise would tell u how to access it

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