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This page contains various configuration guides for the {{{name}} router. Unlike the articles in the <b>[[{{{name}}} Manual]]</b>, which provide more general knowledge on all of the router's features and functions, these guides are more in-depth and are usually focused on specific configuration scenarios with extensive explanations. While most of the guides apply to both Windows and Linux Operating Systems, some are exclusive to one OS and others aren't OS specific in any way and apply to any system.
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This page contains various configuration guides for the {{{name}}} router. Unlike the articles in the <b>[[{{{name}}} Manual]]</b>, which provide more general knowledge on all of the router's features and functions, these guides are more in-depth and are usually focused on specific configuration scenarios with extensive explanations. While most of the guides apply to both Windows and Linux Operating Systems, some are exclusive to one OS and others aren't OS specific in any way and apply to any system.
  
 
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This page contains various configuration guides for the {{{name}}} router. Unlike the articles in the [[{{{name}}} Manual]], which provide more general knowledge on all of the router's features and functions, these guides are more in-depth and are usually focused on specific configuration scenarios with extensive explanations. While most of the guides apply to both Windows and Linux Operating Systems, some are exclusive to one OS and others aren't OS specific in any way and apply to any system.

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