Internet from router to a static ip ethernet network

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Internet Sharing
I have an ethernet network with static ip computers
And i got isp to install a router that provides internet 
Now my aim is that i want the ethernet network to have internet as well i tried getting an ethernet cable and hooking the the router to a network plug in my network but no pass
I figured it must be the static ips or something like that
 what should i do exactly


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Router tp link, internet from wan hooked to the router and i have a server with a database on it thats why the static ips
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  • TheRealRaven
    Your setup isn't clear at all. You connected the router to a "network plug" but what do you mean by that? What is the "network plug" installed in? Do you have a router in your 'network'? What routes have you defined in your systems? How did you configure the ISP's router? If you direct-connect to the router, is the Internet available?

    Are ALL systems in your network static-IP, or just the database server?
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  • carlosdl
    Besides Raven's questions, how did you test from the computers in your existing network if the internet was available?

    Did you make changes to the machines' networking configuration (default gateway, dns servers)?
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  • Subhendu Sen
    "got isp to install a router that provides internet", is that time internet is available? Have you checked it? If you are using a router, are you able to login the router?
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