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    Default Linksys WRT54G and Skype

    In searching through Control Center-Network-Full Map-Linksys-Residential Gateway Device Properties, I came across 12 entries for SKYPE. 8 specified TCP and 4 UDP. I don't use SKYPE and the MAGICJACK I installed does not either. MagicJack uses the 101 port so I unchecked it to be sure there were no conflicts.
    My question is: Why is SKYPE assigned? If I uncheck all entries, will this improve bandwith and improve MagicJack ? Are there any Windows 7 Professional 64bit applications that require SKYPE ?

    xxx.xxx.x.xxx:yyyyy(zzzz)
    x is the Host IP address
    y is the External Port number
    z is an unknown What does this specify?

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    Default Re: Linksys WRT54G and Skype

    You need a new router... those guys are old, slow and unreliable.

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    Default Re: Linksys WRT54G and Skype

    I read the 8011-ac is not as current as they will be.

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    Default Re: Linksys WRT54G and Skype

    I dont know how accurate that is, but the Asus AC unit is amazing. Only thing I remember reading was that all change will likely be firmware fixable.

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