The Belkin N1 Vision wireless router is intended for immediate plug and play compatibility--no messing with a data CD before you can get the router running. The N1 Vision features multiple security measures to help protect against cyber attacks, an interactive status display, 4 gigabit ports and an 802.11n draft 2.0 compatible 3x3 radio design. If you need to reset your Belkin router--whether to troubleshoot persistent problems, correct an error or prepare it for resale--doing so is as easy as clicking a button in the browser’s interactive Web-based user interface.
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Open your computer’s Internet browser and type “192.168.2.1” into the browser’s address bar. Press "Enter." This will open the Belkin router’s Web-based user interface.
Select the "Utilities" option from the vertical bar to the left of the interface screen.
Click “Restart Router” if you want to reset the router without changing any of the configuration settings. Click “OK”. The router will go through a 60-second countdown, then restart itself.
Click “Restore Defaults” if you want to reset the router to the settings it originally arrived with from the factory. Click “OK”. You’ll need to wait through a countdown of up to 60 seconds before the router resets itself.
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