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Re: reset belkin router F5D7230-4 to factory defaults
There is a small button in the back of your F5D7230_4 Belkin router. you need a pencil to push it for some seconds.
All your router setting will return to default. (Username:Admin, Password:Admin).
security has been enabled on the router, the security will be removed
when the F5D7230_4 router is reset to the factory settings. This means, anyone can
connect to your Wi-Fi signal until you set up router security again.
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If it is the password for the router's wireless connection that you forgot, the only option is to reset the router to factory default condition, then re-enter all you configuration information (including the wireless password), and then change the password in the other computers to match.
There is a "Reset" switch that requires a paper clip or similar item to depress it (with the router on) and hold for about 10 seconds, then release. This puts the router back into its factory default state.
If you are unable to connect your laptop wireless to your <b>Belkin</b> wireless access point/router, the <b>easiest</b> and<b> fastest</b> way to get going is to reset your router to the factory defaults. This will make your router work like the day you bought it.<br /><br /><br /><br /><b>Reset your router:</b><b><br /></b><br />
<li><b>Unplug</b> your <i>DSL/Cable</i> <b>modem</b> from power (not your access point/router) Leave this unplugged for now</li></ul><br /><br />Next
<li>On the rear of your<b> Belkin router </b>you will find a small RESET button</li>
<li>With the power still on the router,<b> Press</b> and<b> hold</b> (with a pin/pen tip) the <b>RESET</b> button for 10 seconds.</li>
<li><b>Release</b> the RESET button a wait 15 seconds for the router to reboot</li></ul><br /><br />almost done....
<li><b>Unplug</b> your <b>Belkin</b> router from power</li>
<li><b>Plug</b> your DSL/Cable <b>modem</b> back in to <b>power</b></li>
<li><b>Wait </b>1 minute for the modem to boot up</li>
<li>Be sure the ethernet (cat5) cable from your <i>modem</i> is securely plugged into the <b>WAN port</b> on the back of your Linksys <i>router.</i> This is usually labeled <i>WAN</i> or<i> Internet</i> above the jack</li>
<li><b>Plug</b> your Belkin <b>router</b> back into power.</li></ul><br /><br />You will now be able to connect to the internet with your wireless device. I would advise that you follow the next steps in securing your wireless network.<br /><br /><b><br /></b><i><b><br /></b></i><i><br /></i>Magoo
Reset the router to factory default
With the router powered
on, use a small thin object to press and hold the reset button for
exactly seven seconds. The router lights will flash and this will
restore the router to factory default.
Connect your computer to one of the routers lan ports with an
etherent cable. Open your web browser and navigate to 192.168.2.1. This
should show the router status page with the default settings.
How to setup new router:
Connect your computer directly to your cable or DSL modem. If
you see a log-in screen for your Internet Service Provider, make a note
of the user name and password.
Unplug your router and your cable or DSL modem.
Plug your modem to your Belkin router's "WAN" port. Connect your computer to one of your Belkin router's numbered ports.
Turn on in your modem and wait 10 seconds. Plug in your router and restart your computer.
Select "Start," then "Control Panel" and then "Network
Connections." Right-click "Local Area Connection" to bring up your
network connection properties.
Click "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)," then "Obtain an IP
Address Automatically" and then "Obtain DNS Server Addresses
Open your web browser. If you are prompted for a user name and password, enter the information you recorded in Step 1.
Check your internet connection settings. If you are using a connection that requires a username and password to connect to the Internet (such as phone-line based DSL or Dialup), It will need to be set up again. If you forgot this account information, or don't have it handy- you will need to contact your ISP for further assistance.
1. physical connection ISP modem to> router yellow port> router grey port to ur computer 2. modem light on the router should be solid and the internet light also. 3. if not u need to configure ur router 4. open the ie or firefox in ur computer which is hardwired to the router 5. type 192.168.2.1 i the address bar it will lead to belkin router page 6. if the modem light flashes on the router then in the belkin page on the left side click on the restore factory default 7. it will ask for the login password leave it blank click on submit 8. then click on the restore default 9. in the rite upper right corner it has to say connected 10. then disable the wifi protected setup by clicking on it on the left side 11. then u will be good to go with the wired and the wireless connection
If you connect the laptop wired, does it work correctly?
If your Wireless router has password protection, try resetting it to factory defaults, and connect it that way. If you can connect with the factory defaults (with no security), it's likely an issue with the security on your router.
I'd suggest starting again. Reset to factory defaults, re-secure the network and try a different SSID name this time, and try again.
With the router powered on, use a small thin object to press and
hold the reset button for exactly seven seconds. The router lights will
flash and this will restore the router to factory default.
Connect your computer to one of the routers lan ports with an
etherent cable. Open your web browser and navigate to 192.168.2.1.
This should show the router status page with the default settings.
This will make the router unsecured again, so be sure to go back into setup and reset your Wireless security. I suggest using WEP authentication, and using a 10 digit ph # for your key (that way its easy to remember).