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Nope, but you can reset. Have you looked for a little recessed pinhole that a opened paperclip could be inserted into? If you find it that is how you reset. Unplug the power connector, press and hold the paperclip into the reset hole. While holding the paperclip in you plug the power back in. What the lights they will start blinking. Stop pressing in the paperclip. Connect your PC using a network patch cable and open a browser. The router is back to factory default, just like the day it came out of the box.
Posted on Nov 28, 2014
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