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Can't log in to the router...

Hi big problem, blocked all the computers in the house with the router so that the kids couldn't go on the computer whilst at work, but cannot get back into the router to enable again, help...

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Assuming you know the ip address to get in your router (, the password and username both being admin, you may have to connect via the RJ45 ethernet cable and remove or delete the security settings or whatever you used to block the connection. If you are not able to get into the router at all then there is a reset button to the right of the power connection, hold this down with a pen tip or paper clip for more than 5 seconds, this will reset it back to factory settings and enable you to start again with the set up. If you do not have the manual then you can download it from the link below.

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