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Join Date: Dec 2012
Posts: 74
# 5
12-30-2012, 12:16 PM
Hello captainbrown2!

I hate to be the one to say this here but...

If you remove the router from the equation and everything works, but when you put it back into the equation and nothing works, then that's a direct neon sign saying, "The Router IS The Issue" whether or not you'd like to believe that.

Now, perhaps the router itself is in perfect working order, ie: none of the parts are bad, then in that case it would most certainly be a configuration issue on the router's firmware side of things. If I were you, I'd be taking a serious look at the config and be asking why you've got it set up for use with a Proxy server... You do realize that you can set proxy servers up for use in most inet apps. For example, uTorrent has the ability to patch in via proxy servers that you setup in the software, as does Firefox and Internet Exploder, et al.

Best regards,