Turning router back into a router?

Some months ago I was attempting to setup a little server and managed to do so through port forwarding some things, making my IP static, and turning my router into a switch.

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Clarification Request
Tell more about this reset.

For me I've had to power it up and hold reset buttons for as long as 60 seconds.

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Not 60 seconds

Not at home yet but I will try when I can. I held it down for about 15 seconds, the time all my other routers have had. I'll let you know how 1 minute works

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Need to get through this

It will much better for us knowing everything very effectively so that later it will be worth seeing different things that are necessary to know.

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