Originally posted by darkmiasma
you have to take the computer out of port 1 ... put them in port 2 and 3 ... usually port 1 is shared with the LAN/WAN/Uplink port.
try it real quick ... 99% positive that is your problem.
yea thats right, its reallly easy to miss that too since both ports are identical.
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