Hello. Sometimes it becomes necessary to reset the settings of the router to the factory settings (make reset). And this is a fairly easy task, a simple task that everyone can handle. At the same time, it is necessary to understand that after the reset, the router will need to be re-configured correctly! If you do not have the information and skills to do this, then you can learn about it on the pages of this modest website. Or, attract the master who knows how and can do it, only in this case you would not read to become on this site about setting up the router but simply called the right person.
Good. In the meantime, we briefly and affordable state the rest of the router’s settings or make a reset in the usual “slang”. Many (yes, almost all) know that routers are of different manufacturers, brands, models. And reset is performed for all almost the same. Usually, this small hole is slightly thicker than a toothpick, which is located on the input side of network cables, where there is a WiFi antenna and power is connected.
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The hole is signed – Reset (D-Link)
Some routers are not signed, although it looks about as well. Indicated by the number 4. (TP-Link)
In order to perform a reset, we turn on the router in the socket, and in the very hole, you need to insert something that will go in there, for example, a toothpick, a clip, a pen rod and the like. Paste, press until light click and hold !!! Hold for about 30 seconds, while you can watch the indicators/lights, they go out and light up again. It may seem like the router has rebooted.
In general, this is the whole process of resetting the settings. And we suspect that the next you know what to do … Thank you.