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    i am using a cisco asa 5510 that gives out dhcp connected to a switch. if i come out the switch, and connect to a linksys WAN SIDE using get ip address automatically, connect LAN side to a computer, i get a address from the linksys, but i don’t get the internet…….How do i fix that, and why does it not work.

    i know if i turn off enable dhcp on the linksys, and connect only to the lan side, that i will get an address from the cisco, and will work, but i don’t want that.

    Thanks

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