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Symantec is preventing ip address traffic

I just set up a rt-n13u router and i am getting a message from symantec saying it is disabling my ip address traffic for ten minutes and i lose my connection. my firewall settings are set up by my school. is there a setting on the router i can change to prevent this from happening?

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Please disable the firewall and enable the firewall of your router

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