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router lets only access www.google.com

router lets only access www.google.com

router lets only access www.google.com

(OP)
Hi
I use a DSL Modem for the connection to the internet and ihave noproblem .
When I now connect the Modem to a cisco ipx  router I cann only access to the www.google.com!!!!!!!!!!!! I cant access any internet sites else!!!!
 
I will be appreciated for your help

RE: router lets only access www.google.com

I may have misunderstood you, but:

You need to connect the Cisco ipx Router to the modem, not the modem to the router

RE: router lets only access www.google.com

This question would be more apropriate in the Cisco forum.

FAQ562-6500 Network Appliance - the company

RE: router lets only access www.google.com

You may not have connectivity and are viewing a cached page on your computer.

Maria Santella
Technical Sales Engineer
ICP DAS USA
310-517-9888
http://www.icpdas-usa.com

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