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BT1801HG connected to ISP but still no internet access


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I have got a BT 1801HG router which is sucessfully connected to my ISP Eclipse ( they have verified the connection). The problem is when I try to access internet it takes me to gate error page saying the page is cached and close the browswer and all. Even I cleared the cache and files still the same problem.
Can some one please help. Thanks in advance.
Harry

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