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Oversmart? By saying don't use an out of the box configuration?

Try getting a clue before commenting on others.
Oh yeaaah! i have no clue.
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Oh yeaaah! i have no clue.
I'd suggest trying to articulate yourself better. That way when people take you the wrong way it's their fault, not yours.
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Router All the Way man !!
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