Restore the router to its factory default settings, means all the settings will be erased. Having a Backup file is useful so that you would not have to re-enter your settings. To know how to create a Backup file
Let’s learn the steps how to restore your Belkin router using a Backup file:
Launch a web browser like Internet Explorer®.
Enter “192.168.2.1” as the router’s default IP Address in the Address bar, then press [Enter]. If you have changed the router’s IP Address, use that instead. You may also enter “http://router” in the Address bar to access the router’s web-based setup page.
For instructions on how to check the current IP Address of your router, click here.
Enter your router’s Password and click Submit. If you haven’t set up a Password, leave the field blank then click Submit.
Under Utilities, click Restore Previous Settings.
In the Restore previous saved settings window, click the Browse… button. Some routers may display a Choose File button.
Click Restore to begin restoring the configurations. Your router will now be restored to its previous configuration.
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