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Hi guys. I'm having problems getting online with that ADSL modem. It has a integrated router. I can access the routers setup page on 192.168.0.1 without any problems and it's ...
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    Fedora C2T3 behind a Actiontec DSL Gateway


    Hi guys.
    I'm having problems getting online with that ADSL modem.
    It has a integrated router. I can access the routers setup page on 192.168.0.1 without any problems and it's also connected to the WAN but i can't get a connection to the net. Does anyone have a clue what might be causing this?

    BTW: The router also has a DHCP server included and "ifconfig" shows that it works.

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    Does the router have the WAN IP configured correctly? Check and make sure that the router is set to let traffic through, as well.
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    Yes, when i boot WinXP, everything is fine just not with Fedora.
    I have a feeling that Fedora is disliking the router and firewall that's integrated in that modem.

    Edit:
    Might it be that i need to forward a certain port in order to achieve my goal?

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