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When you reset your router, it will return all settings to their factory defaults. I advise you not do reset your modem - the cause of the problem is unlikely to be solved by doing this. Try a simple reboot, by unplugging the power supply and restarting the router. If that doesn't solve your shady connection, try changing the wireless channel your modem broadcasts on. You can find information on how to do this by viewing your modem's manual.
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