Question about Edimax BR-6104 Broadband Router. One 10/100M WAN Port and 4 10/100M LAN port.

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Configuration of the edimax 6104 broadband

Hi guys,
I have connected the router through the cable modem (Thomson) to the internet, and my main pc is connected to LAN1.
I succeed using the original dialer (which worked with the cable modem before I connected the router), to get online with the ISP.
The problem is that when I open the browser and try to call a website, nothing is working, and I receive a message as if I am off line.
I suspect that there is a firewall configured in the router which blocks the browsing.
How can I solve that problem?
P.s. I dont have any disk or software of the router.
Thank you and best regards
Alain

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