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Changing Notebook Power Settings Setting Up An Internet Account Network mask in all networks: Protecting Your Notebook Each router encountered on the way will store the packet ID and where it came from so that it can pass the response packet back to the sender.

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Router2 manages its attached networks and default gateway; router 3 does the same; router 1 manages all routes within the internal networks. But this is why I suggest you get the restore media.

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Defragmenting The Hard Drive Instead it must be sent to the default gateway for further routing to their ultimate destination.

Reinstalling The Operating System They do make 2. Help And Support Maintaining Your Notebook Accessing Your Internet Account