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Problems with routing on a Cisco 851w

I have an Cisco 851w

Ethernet0 internal
Ethernet4 external

after a hard reset and set the default user / password
i use the default ip for ethernet0 and set ethernet4 to dhcp
when i use the sdm to ping i can ping from to
i can also ping from to but can't seem to ping from to i have no firewall configured
i have a default route Ethernet4

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    my current route is set you


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Plz check you have a route to

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