Linksys: Restore Factory Defaults

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  1. XB1R Hydros
    XB1R Hydros Guest

    Linksys: Restore Factory Defaults


    Linksys (Routers): Restore Factory Defaults
    Login Information



    • Gateway: 192.168.0.1
    • Username: leave blank
    • Password: admin
    Restore Factory Defaults

    Through Firmware

    1. Connect the computer to one of the LAN ports on the router via an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser.
    3. Log into the router by entering the default gateway (192.168.0.1) into the address bar of the internet browser.
    4. When prompted to login, leave the user name blank and type in “admin” for the password.
    5. Select "Administration" from the menu at the top.
    6. Select "Factory Defaults" from the sub menu.
    7. Select the "Yes" radio button "Restore Router Factory Defaults". (You may also select "Yes" for "Restore Voice Factory Defaults" if you would like to restore the VOIP settings as well.)
    8. Select Save Settings.


    Through Hardware 

    1. Connect the computer to one of the LAN ports on the router via an Ethernet cable.
    2. Locate the "Reset" button on the device.
    3. Using a toothpick/pen/paper clip, press and hold the button for 30 seconds.

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    XB1R Hydros, Aug 15, 2014
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  2. XBR Poseidon
    XBR Poseidon Guest
    Linksys: Restore Factory Defaults

    Linksys (Routers): Restore Factory Defaults
    Login Information

    • Gateway - 192.168.1.1
    • Username - admin
    • Password - admin




    *Note* If Cisco Connect was used to configure the router then there are several other options for logging in.



    One method is to use Cisco Connect again. To use this, you will have to search for in All Programs in the Start Menu on the computer that you installed the Cisco Connect Software on.



    Once the program has started, click where it says change in the section labeled "Router Settings". Your network name and password are listed on the left in the section titled Personalize. From here you can update this information should you choose to by
    clicking on change.



    The second method is through a web based utility that you can access through Cisco Connect. To access the web based utility, Choose router settings from the main Cisco Connect menu. Then from the section on the right, click on Advanced Settings. There will
    be a warning that will come up, telling you that this web utility is for expert use only. Click “OK” on this screen.

    Restore Defaults

    Through Web Interface

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser.
    3. Log into the router by entering the default gateway (192.168.1.1) into the address bar of an internet browser.
    4. When prompted, enter in "admin" for the user name and "admin" for the password.

      *Note* If Cisco Connect was used to configure the router then the password will be your wireless password.
    5. Select Administration at the menu at the top.
    6. Click Factory Defaults in the submenu.
    7. Click Restore Factory Defaults.


    Through Hardware

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Using a toothpick or tip of ballpoint pen press and hold the reset button located on the bottom of the device for 15 seconds or until all the ethernet link lights flash in unison.
     
    XBR Poseidon, Aug 15, 2014
    #2
  3. XBR Poseidon
    XBR Poseidon Guest
    Linksys: Restore Factory Defaults

    Linksys (Routers): Restore Factory Defaults
    Login Information

    • Username - admin
    • Password - admin
    • Gateway - 192.168.1.1






    *Note* If Cisco Connect was used to configure the router then there are several other options for logging in.



    One method is to use Cisco Connect again. To use this, you will have to search for in All Programs in the Start Menu on the computer that you installed the Cisco Connect Software on.



    Once the program has started, click where it says change in the section labeled "Router Settings". Your network name and password are listed on the left in the section titled Personalize. From here you can update this information should you choose to by
    clicking on change.



    The second method is through a web based utility that you can access through Cisco Connect. To access the web based utility, Choose router settings from the main Cisco Connect menu. Then from the section on the right, click on Advanced Settings. There will
    be a warning that will come up, telling you that this web utility is for expert use only. Click “OK” on this screen.

    Restore Defaults

    Through Web Interface

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser.
    3. Log into the router by entering the default gateway (192.168.1.1) into the address bar of an internet browser.
    4. When prompted, enter in "admin" for the user name and "admin" for the password.

      *Note* If Cisco Connect was used to configure the router then the password will be your wireless password.
    5. Select Administration at the menu at the top.
    6. Click Factory Defaults in the sub-menu.
    7. Click Restore Factory Defaults.


    Through Hardware

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Using a toothpick or tip of ballpoint pen press and hold the reset button located on the bottom of the device for 15 seconds or until all the ethernet link lights flash in unison.
     
    XBR Poseidon, Aug 15, 2014
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  4. OxbowPolecat562 Win User

    Restore Factory Defaults

  5. debbiemccoy Win User

    2Wire: Restore Factory Defaults

    Thank you for your information!
  6. onyxishere Win User

    SMC: Restore Factory Defaults

    Please do not post personal info including username and password on the forums. Others can see it and use it against you.
  7. thexmanone Win User

    Restore to factory default question

    Why not just unplug the external hard drive?
  8. DejectedMouse27 Win User

    Error 0x80a4000b

    tyr restoring to factory defaults
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