TP Link Router Reset
The TP Link router reset can be done once you forget the password of the router. For so many issues, the reset is a solution. You can use the reset button on the rear of the router. The router can also be reset from the configuration page.
How to Reset TP Link Router
Method 1- Reset can be done by using the reset button at the rear of the router
Turn the router and insert a bent clip into the hole at the back of the router and press the reset button.
Then, wait for 5-10 seconds, and then you can find the LEDs lighting up.
After this timing, release the reset button.
Now, the router will now reset and restart.
Method 2- Reset can be done using the configuration page.
First, check if the computer is connected to the same network as the router.
Now, launch the configuration page of the TP link router.
Tap Advanced to access all the functions.
Next, on the left side, choose System Tools.
Then, select Backup and Restore from the available options.
At last, tap the Restore Factory Settings option to proceed with the reset process.
Reset TP Link Router to Factory Settings
First, power on the router and find the small opening at the back of the router which consists of the reset button.
Get a bent paper clip and insert it into the opening. Make sure to press the button for 10 to 20 seconds.
Now, the LED will begin to blink. Release the button now.
Then, disconnect the router and connect the power cord to it.
The router has now been reset to factory defaults. Reconfigure the router settings by entering the URL that leads to the manufacturer website.
TP-Link ac1750 Reset
To delete the configuration settings, you need to reset the TP-Link AC1750 router. Follow the steps given below to reset the TP-Link AC1750 router to the default factory settings.
Usually, the Reset button is located at the back of the TP-Link AC1750 router.
Press the Reset button using a sharp tool like a paper clip or a pen.
Do not hold the Reset button for more than 20 seconds.
Now, your TP-Link AC1750 router will be reset to the default factory settings automatically.
Log in to the TP-Link router account using the default credentials.
If you don’t want to use the default credentials, change it.
Reset TP-Link wr741nd
Proceed with the following instructions to reset the TP-Link WR741ND router.
Turn your TP-Link WR741ND router on.
Press the Reset button of the TP-Link WR741ND router and then release it after 30 seconds.
Make sure to use a sharp pointing object like a paper clip or ballpoint pen to press the Reset button.
Mostly, the Reset button is located at the back of the TP-Link WR741ND router.
Unplug the power cable from the TP-Link WR741ND router and re-plug it.
Now, the TP-Link WR741ND router starts to reboot.
Once you the reset process completes, use the default credentials to log into the TP-Link WR741ND router.
TP-Link tl wr710n reset
Follow the instructions below to reset the TP-Link TL WR710N router.
Make sure the TP-Link TL WR710N is turned on.
Press the Reset button of the TP-Link TL WR710N router using a paper clip.
Do not hold the Reset button for more than 30 seconds.
By default, the username and password of the TP-Link TL WR710N router are admin.
TP LINK ROUTER RESET PASSWORD
You can reset the TP-Link router and administrator passwords using the steps given below.
TO RESET THE WI-FI PASSWORD:
Open the default browser on your system and key in the IP address of the TP-Link router.
Specify the Administrator username and password in the next step.
Go to the Wireless tab and select the Wireless Security option
Scroll the screen downwards and go to the WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK section.
Mention the new password in the respective fields and tap the Save button.
Navigate to System Tools option and click the Reboot option.
TO RESET THE ADMIN PASSWORD:
Access the web utility page of the TP-Link router. Go to the Management tab and select the Access Control option..
Choose the Password option in the next step
First, key in the old password and then the new password.
Click the Save button, and the administrator password will be changed.
TP LINK ROUTER NOT RESETTING
Check if there is any error with the Reset button available on your router.
In the search bar of the frequently used web browser, key in the TP-Link router’s IP Address.
Choose the System Tools option and then select the Factory Defaults option.
On the Factory Defaults page, click the Restore button.
Before tapping the Restore button, make sure that the router is turned on.
Wait till the router completes the reset process and then configure it again to start using it.
what to do after resetting tp link router
Once the reset completes, make sure that you contact the Rocknet support and get your router authenticated.
Go to the manufacturer site and inform them via mail or call.
Now, you will be asked to allow Remote Management.
Click the Security option and then select Remote Management.
Then, provide the MAC address of the router by clicking Status>WAN.
Then, the support technician from the Rocknet will remotely attach the Authentication details and then will safeguard the router.
TP link router not working after reset
First, restart both the router and the modem.
Now, after some time, try to use the Internet.
Connect the modem directly to the computer and then access the net.
You can also launch the manufacturer site for more solutions.
Before that, check whether the modem is connected to the router correctly.
Verify the DHCP server settings and DNS settings.
Contact our technical experts for further clarifications.