Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
If you reset the router, it will come back to factory default settings and you will have to reconfigure it.
Connect the computer to the router.
Open the setup page of the router and check the wireless settings.
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Posted on Mar 27, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: router password
The default password, as aderenzo says, is "admin". If that does not work there is a restet button on the router somewhere. Press it and hold it for 5 seconds. This will restore the router to its factory default and reset the password to "admin". The username field should be left blank.
Posted on Dec 16, 2007
well i saw the problem u r facing
and the only soution for it is the upgradation of the firmware ....
i was facing the same one on my router and it got corrected ....
otherwise u can call the customer care no of the the routers company and they will give u the replacement
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
Hi...this is an unusual problem.
Is your model the BEFSR41W? Linksys describe this as a 'wireless ready router', and it seems to require a PCMCIA card to be inserted in the back of the router, to enable wireless connectivity.
I'm just wondering if the router lost communication with the card, causing your wireless options to disappear?
However, first things first. As you have (correctly) reset the router, all your settings have been cleared, including ISP information (hence the internet connection is lost). Your first priority is to set up your router again, and the Linksys website has a downloadable manual, quick install guide and tips which will help with this.
When you are up and running - and assuming I have the right model - try removing and re-inserting the PCMCIA card at the back of the router, and see if the router re-detects it. If successful, this should bring back your wireless options.
I hope this helps, but please post again on Fixya if not. It does seem odd to have lost the wired connection before the reset.
Good luck. :)
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
SOURCE: Wireless Router Reset
The easiest method of resetting your Linksys router’s password is to reset your router back to the default factory settings. This is done by simply holding down the reset button located on the back of the unit for at least 30 seconds. Once the router has been reset, it must be reconfigured. Using your web browser go to URL address http://192.168.1.1. You will then be prompted to login to your router. A log-in screen asking for the password will automatically appear. At this time enter the default password “admin”, in lower case letters into the password field. The username field may be left blank at this time. (Note: both the default username and default password are set to “admin” on some of the newer Linksys router models).
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Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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