I have a CISCO 1710 router and a Netgear FS526T Switch.
After a while I've been able to sort most of the configuration out but there´s something that does not quite work properly.
I use the switch to create port-based vlans All the ports but one are untagged. The last port in the switch uses 802.1q vlan tagging and belongs to all the vlans.
That port is connected to the fastethernet interface in the cisco.
Up to here, everything is fine. I can connect machines to different ports and they can all access the router, but when I try to access the internet there is a strange behaviour: The VLAN 1 works normally and at full speed. The other VLANs experience problems accessing some web sites.
I can trace a route, query a dns server, even download web pages from some sites (i.e. microsoft or cocacola), but not others (like google or altavista).
I'll paste a bit of configuration to see if anyone can find my mistake.
(I found a web page with the same problem but no solution:
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