Deleting a router isn’t something that typically needs to be done. My advice for when you have network issues is to contact our support team as it isn’t likely to be resolved by deleting and creating a new one. The reason for that is we’re not using the typical Neutron router setup. Instead, we’re using our own called Akanda - https://akanda.io
Here’s a brief overview: Each tenant/project/customer gets a virtual machine created for them and it’s configured as a router for their traffic. It’s not a VM that you have access to, instead it’s a “service” VM. It has connections to your private network and the Internet, very similar to your router at home. Trying to delete/create the router from within the DreamCompute Dashboard isn’t fully tied into the Akanda router, so it usually just puts the router in an error state. We’re still working on changing this so it functions more like a “standard” router according to OpenStack networking. In the meantime, if you’ve got an issue with your router, contact support!