Threat Prevention kills router access. Other router recommendation.

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Threat Prevention kills router access. Other router recommendation.

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On the SATA SSD or M2 drives for TP on the 3x 2600’s, I used Velcro strips to isolate drive chassis from router & tabletop mounted from bottom side of router, and the loop of USB Cable held together underneath router with a clip on ferrite bead. This makes for a nice drive mounting under router and neat cable path as well as cool drive & router.
2x been going for 3years, one 4 years without problems.
 

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