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I use at home ASUS RT-N10 router. Everything was ok: LAN, WAN, traffic; until I went to the Cisco web site. First time I have an error (I thought it was cisco site pronlems). Then I could open Cisco pages. Sometimes suddenly I could not use it temporary. I got redirection to google, somewhere else. I realized it is not Cisco. I removed router and connected the modem and PC directly. It work. I was working some days without router reading Cisco docs, nothing worried me. I connected the router and after two pages I was redirected What can it be? I did nothing special since I bought router.

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Do a factory reset of the router, and restore your settings from a backup. If you don't have a backup of your settings, this should be an excellent time to start.

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Do you know what may be the reason? Because I did not make any special settings for the router since I bought it. More precisely I did the only one setup - the WAN password. – itun May 2 '12 at 20:10
No, but there's no way of telling, so factory reset and there you go. – user3463 May 2 '12 at 21:34

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