How do I restore my router after a factory reset?

Posted 2 years ago in TECHNOLOGY.

There is no need to panic if you have reset your Netgear router, and now it's not working properly, as this article will explain to you the methods to restore the Netgear router in different ways.

How do I restore my router after a factory reset?

If your Netgear router not working after reset, follow the instructions given below to get help.

Method 1: Connect the Netgear router

If your router is not working properly after a factory reset, connect to the router from one end to the WAN connector and the other end to the LAN connector of the modem.

Method 2: Reset your Netgear router

  1. Make sure that your router device is connected to a network, and then open the Netgear router configuration page on a web browser.

  2. Let the router detect the network connection immediately, so give it a little time until a new page appears on a screen.

  3. On the following display, select the yes option, which means you are allowing Netgear to set up a connection for you, and click on the Next button.

  4. Once the setup is done, you will receive a setup confirmation.

  5. Meanwhile, you can log into your router's account again and enter your username and password as the Netgear network login credentials.

  6. Follow the on-screen procedure to change your password from the basic setting tab on the top of the page.

  7. And this is how your setup and configuration will be done, and you can reconnect your devices with your Netgear router effortlessly.

Please make sure that your router is well connected to a power source so that it can function smoothly. Moreover, the techniques mentioned above will help you out with how to reset the Netgear router in a hassle-free way. Users can also reach the customer support executive of Netgear services for further help.