Before some days my readynet router making a problem of internet connecting/disconnecting. so i want to reset this now. help me to do this. Thanks
In order to reset and reconfigure your Readynet router, you need to 'Reset' the router first to its factory default settings and then follow the given instructions to reconfigure it. You need to have an Ethernet cable at hand before proceeding.
Step 1: First, press the 'Reset' button at the back of your router device for 20-30 seconds. This will wipe out any changes made to your router. It will be set to factory default settings. Also, do not overdo this step as resetting more than 3-5 times can cause permanent damages to your router.
Step 2: Connect your router to your computer using an Ethernet cable. One end of this cable goes inside the LAN port of your router while the other end goes into the Ethernet port of your computer. The DSL cable from your modem goes inside the WAN /Internet port of your computer. Wait for few seconds to let the connection between the two devices get established.
Step 3: Open your web browser and type in 192.168.11.1in the URL field and hit Enter to get redirected to the login page of your Readynet router.
Note: If this IP address does not redirect you to the Login portal then, type in your IP address or search Google for the default IP address for Readynet router as it may differ from region to region.
Step 4: Enter the SSID and Password as provided by your ISP, if not enter the SSID and Password written at the bottom of your router device.
Note: The default login credentials differ from region to region as well, so if the above login credentials do not work and your ISP has not provided you any, then search Google for default login credentials of your region.
Step 5: Now, you will be redirected to the main settings page of your router. From this page, you can configure and change settings of your router. Go to WAN settings page and check the box for DHCP, this will enable your router to get an automatic IP address from the server.
Step 6: Go to, 'Security Settings' and change the 'Encryption Type' to WPA2, as this is considered to be the safest among the provided options. Just below the Encryption type, you will notice a box for 'Pass-Key' this is your wifi password. Create a strong password with the help of Uppercase, lowercase, and numerals. Write down this somewhere, in case you forget it in near future. Save the settings and close the window. You have successfully reset/reconfigure your Readynet router.
Hopefully, these steps helped you in resetting your Readynet router, in case you have any further doubt or query regarding the same, then feel free to respond back and I will be glad to help you out.
Readynet routers help to share valuable data info that connects with multiple devices at a present time. These routers are being widely used in other countries as United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada etc. To reset a router device requires when this electronic machine doesn’t works or a user forget its password to login, then we reset a router device and also changes its password. Below just need to follow best instructions as describe briefly. Perform a hard reset of a Readynet router.
1) First login the WRT300N-D6 user interface of a Readynet router.
2) Then navigate its status bar > Active Client Table and then a user need to note down the MAC addresses of all devices that customer allows to get access though a Readynet router device.
3) Now navigate to an advanced MAC filter and then it requires to add an outgoing filter. Then give a one click to add.
4) As same as you create incoming filter in a Readynet router.
5) Then change its default router policy settings, into a Deny to its both incoming and outgoing settings.
6) While to do so, a Readynet user requires to repeat step no. 2-4 for a MAC address that needs to permit through a Readynet router system device.
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