It takes time to master your WiFi settings for your home WiFi network. However, the home WiFi network can collapse in the blink of an eye. It can easily fall prone to hackers, online threats, bugs, technical glitches, error messages, and viruses. In such a case, manually removing each error is not possible. Hence, you need to go for Wireless N WiFi repeater factory reset.
You can perform the reset process in two distinct methods. Let us walk through each module one by one so that you know how to reset the Wireless N WiFi repeater. Continue reading .
Button for Resetting
It is one of the most straightforward techniques for performing a Wireless N WiFi repeater factory reset.
- The first step includes looking for the reset button on your range extender.
- When you the access, get a pin and press the reset button.
- Make sure you press and hold the reset button for a few seconds.
- Release the button to execute the factory default reset process.
That’s it. You can now reinstall your Wireless N WiFi range extender to use its settings.
Reset Through WiFi Settings
To use this method, you have to arrange a PC/laptop and must have an internet connection. Roll further.
Turn on Repeater
Let us first choose a working wall socket. It should show signs of short-circuiting. Not just that, make sure that the chosen wall socket is not blackened. It should provide a consistent power outlet to the Wireless N WiFi range repeater.
Furthermore, make sure the device fits perfectly into the wall socket. In case the wall socket is under the table, use a power extension cord to set the repeater in a central location of your house.
Turn to your PC/laptop to open a web browser. You can select from a variety of web browsers. Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Opera Mini, Mozilla Firefox, and many others are examples. We strongly advise you to use a recently updated web browser.
However, just an updated web browser is not sufficient. Rather, you must check whether it is compatible with your computer/laptop’s operating system. Use it to log in to your WiFi repeater.
Enter Default Web Address
Get the default URL of your Wireless-N WiFi repeater and type it into your web browser. The web address should be entered correctly into the address bar of your web browser. Furthermore, you should refrain from using the search bar of your web browser to type in the default URL.
The web browser must not crash when you do the Wireless-N WiFi repeater login. Otherwise, you will either get wrong results or no search results at all.
Do Repeater Login
To reset your device, you need to do the login. For that, you need to have your Wireless-N WiFi repeater login credentials. Therefore, use your admin username and password once you have the login page. Make sure you disable the Caps Lock key before entering the login credentials.
It depends on whether you have changed your login credentials or not. If you have changed the details, you should always enter the updated information. Otherwise, the default login details can work just fine. Click Log In button to get access to the extender setup wizard.
Device Management > Factory Default
After that, you will have to move the device management settings. That will be located in the advanced settings of your repeater. From there, you should move to the restore to factory default option. It will reset the device. When you click on the Reset button, you will be asked a question.
You are asked whether you want to reset the current settings to default. That is when you need to select the OK option.
In a Nutshell
As you can see, accessing the wireless n setup page is crucial to reset the device using a web browser. Therefore, make sure you have the correct login credentials by your side to log in to your range extender. Furthermore, during the reset process, you should ensure that your device doesn’t get turned off.
After that, you can easily reinstall the device. Always keep the login credentials safe from others. Moreover, if you want a more secure connection, you should change your admin username and password. We urge you should not to reset your device more often. Rather, solve the issues and only reset if nothing else works.