Small difference between Reset & Reboot
Reset process Netgear router Login
Lots of people get confused with the two terms, that is reset and reboot. They take both the process as the same process, but there are a lot of differences between these two processes. In the reset process you get the default factory settings of your router and you’ll lose the entire settings after reset. In rebooting you just make a restart to your router. More commonly, first you turn off your router and then turn it on back. In this process you will not lose any settings of your router.
Netgear Router Login rebooting process
- In this process, discontinue the power that is being supplied to your router by removing the power line from the router or the power board.
- Reconnect the router back and press the power ON button.
- Your router will get rebooted within 30 to 40 seconds.
- In this process, your Internet connection will go offline.
How to find the NETGEAR Default IP address?
If you want to make sure that 192.168.1.1 is the default IP address of your router, and you are not making errors while typing this IP address follow these actions.
On your device keyboard, press the “WINDOW KEY” with the “R” key at the same time, and after that type .cmd, and immediately press enter.
Then your next action is to type the “ipconfig” to get the list of pop-ups. Select and depict the “Default Gateway” category. It will display the correct website to log into.
Another way is to enable the “Network Card” on your router
Right-click the icon for “Network Connection” form the lower right corner of your computer’s desktop. Then choose the option ” Open Network & Sharing Canter.”
On the left side of the panel, you have to select “Change Adapter Settings.”
Here, you have to make sure that your Network Card is enabled. If the network card will be down, then you have to see the option to Disable the network card.
Just tap or make a right-click on the network card that you have, and then select enable to revive it.