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Procedure for changing router

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wekurtz74
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Re: Procedure for changing router

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  -- Thanks for your reply.   I followed your procedure, the IP address are the SAME. 

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@wekurtz74 wrote:

  -- Thanks for your reply.   I followed your procedure, the IP address are the SAME. 




Ok.

Since the IP Address(es) match, I agree with what Brennoko said.

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Thanks.

 

the only reason i really am interested is that the prior verizon supplied router was set up PPPoE.  When I switched routers, I did not have to get the IP address released, i just umplugged the prior,and plugged in the new and it worked!  

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