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Configure router on network

I was having a problem configuring my router and all that was needed was a refresh of the DHCP settings on the router.

On my router I had to logon to my router by going to 192.168.1.1 and then just refreshing the DHCP.

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  1. November 10th, 2015 at 21:15 | #1

    Out of context that sonuds a little funny since Esperanto is a failed artificial language. Here’s the whole quote (which is actually a compliment): One additional point?compared to other web frameworks, Wicket is ideal to cut your teeth on in terms of providing tooling support for web frameworks: it is simple (doesn’t have the added hassle of dealing with XML configuration files) and is very regular. It kind of makes me feel as if I’m working with the Esperanto of the web framework world.

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