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When you reset the router, it will go back to its factory settings which means you will lose all the settings or configuration you created on the router.
You have to reconfigure it using a setup CD supplied with the router or reconfigure it manually by logging in via the setup page of your router using your browser (IE or Mozilla).
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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