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 My router is broadcasting two networks that are duplicates, how do i remove one?

Answer Router can only support one subnetmask... which means only one Network. Are you saying your router is broadcasting two SSID's... if so, reset it.Also make sure the other SSID is yours and not your... Read More »
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