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Need a Better Manual? Links to Router Manufacturer Websites

SUMMARY: If your router's manual is lacking in detail, check online for possible updates.

Do you have a router-related question that isn't solved in your manual? Many router manufacturers offer larger manuals online, especially in PDF format, which may be a welcome replacement to the sometimes all-to-thin manuals found packaged with routers. Just visit your manufacturer's website (which should be in your manual or on the router box), go to your model's webpage, and see if support documents are available.

Here are a few selected router manufacturer websites, listed for informational purposes only:

* Belkin - http://www.belkin.com/

* D-Link - http://www.dlink.com/

* IOGEAR - http://www.iogear.com/

* Linksys - http://www.linksys.com

* NETGEAR - http://www.netgear.com/

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