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Problem with Corebuilder 3500 (default router)

Problem with Corebuilder 3500 (default router)

Problem with Corebuilder 3500 (default router)

Hi everyone, i need your help with a problem
i have a switch router 3com corebuilder 3500 with software 3.0, my problem is when i configure rip, it works but the router declares itself the default gateway of the hole network (backbone), when i have other router (cisco 2501) which is the default gateway in my network(same backbone), but i don't know why some servers or router get the corebuilder as default router, i don't, know what's wrong in the corebuilder rip configuration!!

Index RIP-1     RIP-2     Compatibility Route     Cost  Poison
      Mode      Mode      Mode          Aggregate      Reverse  Addresses
    backbone  enabled   off       disabled      disabled     1 disabled
    subnet enabled   off       disabled      disabled     1 disabled
any help would be appreciated!!
thanks in advance!!

Juan Pablo

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