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Posted on 2007-10-06
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My company is cutting over from a DSL connection to a T1.  The T1 has a standard RJ45 connection for our router.  We are using a SonicWall TZ 170 standard.  When I hook up the router to the T1 and go through the setup wizard on the SonicWall, it completes and the SonicWall reports that the WAN connection is up, however, I cannot browse the Internet.  I have checked and double checked the IP and DNS information and it is correct.  Is there something simple that I am missing?

I am marking this for 500 points since the T1 is already in place and I would like to cut over to it as soon as possible.

Thanks in advance.
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by:lrmoore
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I don't think that the SonicWall has a T1 interface in it. A T1 requires a CSU/DSU module or a dedicated router provided by the ISP that hands you off Ethernet.
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Thank you.  Yes, the ISP has installed their equipment and has an RJ45 to hook up to the router.  The link light shows an active connection but I still can't reach the Internet.
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I checked again with tech support for the T1.  The problem was on their side.  I am considering the question closed.

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