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Depends on the type of router you have. Most routers have a reset button on the back of them. It looks like a small hole. Using a straighten paper clip genty insert into the hole and hold for 15 seconds. This will reset the router back to default. All settings will need to be setup again. The routers manufacturers website should be able to help you through the setup process again. If you have the original product CD for the router you can use that with the setup wizard.
Posted on Nov 18, 2013
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