WRT330N V1 maintains reset the cable Modem

Does anyone have this working and do not have reset your cable modem.  All suggested settings?  I've read all these post and assume that it wasn't a popular router!  Thank you

As I put in my post that you do not read is that the router has been my cable modem reset Linksys got given a RMA and replaced the router and the problem is solved. Thank you so much Linksys.  I own a happy Linksys now

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