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I cannot connect to the internet but network is working...

I already configured my new asus wireless router and my network is already working but i cannot connect to the internet.. i have connected with the asus network but couldnt brouse the internet

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What is the wan IP in your modem?
What is your DNS configuration?
Cna you successfully run the following command from a command prompt?
nslookup google.com
Does it resolve the hostname to an ip address?

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