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Our cable internet service is down and I need to set up our T1 as my companies primary internet until cable issue is resolved. Currently, only our exchange server uses the T1 line.

I tried redirecting our DHCP to use Sonic Wall TZ 170 connected to T1. This worked fine until it gave alert that LICENSES HAVE BEEN EXCEEDED which is true, we only have 10 available.

I have a linksys WRT54G router that I would like to use to get around this licensing issue. How do I setup linksys to accomplish this.

NOTE - We have static IP, I already tried copying static IP settings to linksys router, set linksys as default gateway, can ping static DNS servers, but still can't surf
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these "static DNS Servers" are on the internet?  Can you ping other Internet IPs?
What is serving DNS on your network?  you redirected dhcp? meaning you changed the defaul gateway that is handed out by DHCP?  A server is probably static if you changed your default gateway it would have to be staticly changed on the server.

If you can ping but cant browse you're having DNS issues.
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