Question about Belkin F5D8236-4 Router
This is a very unusual occurrence, but nonetheless, I know the answer! I'm assuming that the security button randomly turned on, meaning that you don't know the password that it may have set, right? My recommendation is giving it a factory reset, meaning that it will set the router back to ALL default settings. To do this, all you need to do is get a thin pencil tip, or a pin, and press and hold down on the RESET button, which can be found on one of the side panels of the router, for slightly over TEN seconds, then after holding it down for about 10 seconds, it should reset itself back to normal, and the security will be disabled. You can set up security again by changing the settings on the router homepage, which by default is located at "192.168.2.1" just type that into your URL search bar in your internet browser.
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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