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Firewall issues with new ISP

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Duke of Savings

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I have a dilemma! We put a new T-1 line in at a branch location. When I tried to set the Gateway IP for the WAN and the WAN IP with the new ones from the ISP we cannot reach the Internet. I can hook my laptop directly to the router (FE0/0 port) with a Crossover cable, bypassing the firewall and set my IP address to one of the public IPís from the ISP and the WAN IP as my gateway, I can get out to the Internet; so Iím figuring that the firewall isnít passing through the requests from the LAN gateway to the WAN gateway, but I canít seem to find the culprit. I can ping the LAN gateway IP but not the WAN IP, and I can ping both of the DNS server IPís from the ISP. Do you have any ideas on where to start looking?
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What about the access control list? That could be blocking you.

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yeah...do you have any NAT rules in place that haven't been modified?
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