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Linksys Router and modem issue

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johnmike69    0

I have almost a similar question here; I have my link sys router that works very well. I recently buy 4G CAT1 serial modem, and it's not working correctly well. I hire a technical guy, and he configured it and its work yesterday but now it's not working how I can fix it?

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Jim K    15,477
51 minutes ago, johnmike69 said:

I have almost a similar question here; I have my link sys router that works very well. I recently buy 4G CAT1 serial modem, and it's not working correctly well. I hire a technical guy, and he configured it and its work yesterday but now it's not working how I can fix it?

//created your own topic

 

What do you mean "it's not working correctly" ... you need to elaborate.  

What is the model of the Linksys router and modem.

 

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+BudMan    3,721
1 hour ago, johnmike69 said:

I hire a technical guy, and he configured it and its work yesterday but now it's not working how I can fix it?

Why would you not be contacting this tech you hired?  Not sure how you expect anyone here to help you with the zero amount of info given.

 

Its like you went to the mechanic and just said car is broke..

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Matthew S.    1,233
17 hours ago, BudMan said:

Its like you went to the mechanic and just said car is broke..

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At work... you don't wanna know how many time A DAY I use that analogy...

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adrynalyne    13,771
3 hours ago, Matthew S. said:

At work... you don't wanna know how many time A DAY I use that analogy...

I think we all use it regularly. 

Customer: “I get an error, fix it. 

Me: “K...could you be a tad more specific?”

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