Question about Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router
Most wireless router has a reset either at the rear or underneath. it would be a small recessed button specifically for this purpose. It has to be pressed for about 10 seconds and should revert all settings/configuration to factory default assuming no hardware issue. For security/protection, you can try: change the configuration page's password, disable SSID broadcast (but you should know the SSID so as to put into your PCs, enable MAC filter and/or use WEP/WPA encryption/keys (but that has been known to slow down some connections).
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Posted on May 21, 2008
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