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Nexland Pro800 router stopped working after power failure

After power was restored, our three PC's were unable to connect. I did the following. 1-I tried connecting to the router via browser (192.168.0.1) which was alwas the default IP address, I could not connect. 2-I did ipconfig on my PC and strange enough my address was 169.254.104.36 3-I did ipconfig on the second PC and it's ip was 169.254.141.238 4-I didn't bother going further, because it's obvious that the router is dishing out ip addresses that are strange. How do I RESET the router?

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  • Bill Valedis Apr 03, 2007

    First, THANK YOU for responding to my problem.

    1-There is a reset button at the back of the router, I tried it many times and it only restarts the router with no effect on IP address allocation. Every time I try it, the port IP allocations remain the same.

    2-There are 4 DIP switches at the back also, and I have no data as to what these do and these are currently all set to OFF (up). *** There maybe a combination of switches that must be set during power up, that resets everything back to defaults so at least I can get in the router.

    Does anyone know the switch settings needed to reset the Nexland Pro800 ???

  • Bill Valedis Apr 03, 2007

    First, THANK YOU for responding to my problem.

    1-There is a reset button at the back of the router, I tried it many times and it only restarts the router with no effect on IP address allocation. Every time I try it, the port IP allocations remain the same.

    2-There are 4 DIP switches at the back also, and I have no data as to what these do and these are currently all set to OFF (up). *** There maybe a combination of switches that must be set during power up, that resets everything back to defaults so at least I can get in the router.

    Does anyone know the switch settings needed to reset the Nexland Pro800 ???

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There may be a reset hole located on underside or rear of unit, but the ip address numbers that you mention are more than likely the ones set by windows, as is; what happens when you ask Windows to repair the connection, the DNS settngs may be incorrect also and is why you cannot get into the router. Your router may have reset itself and is not enabled to allocate automatic ip addresses so check that the DHCP is enabled.

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Figure 1: Location of the Reset button on a Linksys BEFW11S4 router.
NOTE: The image may vary depending on the model number of the Linksys device.

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Figure 2: Location of the Reset button on a Linksys WRT54GX router.

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Figure 3: Location of the Reset button on a Linksys WRT54GC router.
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