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You have to separate functions, you have to replace the modem-router with a modem and a router: The modem will connect to ADSL and to the first NIC of the gateway. The second NIC of the gateway will go to the router (LAN+Wireless) which will provide the connectivity to the users. In that way, all the data traffic will pass through the gateway where you ...
The problem comes from the default gateway; router receives ping from WAN2 but sends the reply-back to WAN1. You need to add mangle rules and routes to send back data to the same interface you received them. Check the examples given in manual: http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:PCC
RJ11 can't be Cat5e - Cat5e requires all 8 pins of an RJ45. Most likely what they're supplying is a vDSL line from their equipment to he modem but the specifics can vary wildly. The 'least loss' method is to leave the modem next to the wall socket (most modems can be wall mounted) and run Cat5 between the modem and your router. But the simple method ...
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