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Router declare itself as gateway

My ISP said my router declare itself as gateway and all traffic go through my router.
I have upgraded software version to 1.08.00 (23 Dec 2008 14:39:14) - results the same.
I know the same problem there is on the LinkSYS routers and it fixed with upgrading to new version of software.


Router - 3COM 3CRWER300-73

Thanks to all.

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Go to your browser, type your gateway ip and go to the router settings. In advance routing, there is a dropdown menu there where you can change the router setting to either gateway or router. Click and choose router.

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