Internet issues when connected to Cisco Any connect via ATT internet
I have recently changed my ISP from spectrum to ATT. with ATT i had to get a new modem and currently using BGW210 model. with this new setup, when I connect to my work VPN (Cisco Any Connect) I am having the following issues:
1. Unable to browse internet
2. Microsoft outlook and teams does not connect
Surprisingly Skype works and also I could connect to our ERP application.
I never had this issue with my previous internet connection (Spectrum with Netgear modem C6300). In fact even now I could connect to VPN via my mobile hotspot (verizon).
When contacted ATT they are not owing this issue pointing that I need to check with the VPN service provider.
My company IT team says there is no issue with VPN.
Is there anything setting I can change in my laptop to get this working?
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