What can I do if my router has reset itself?

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What can I do if my router has reset itself?

Occasionally a modem/router may reset to factory default settings.

This often happens as a result of a local power fluctuation but can be caused by a variety of other events.

If you use a wireless home network your devices will not be able to find your normal network SSID but instead you can see a network called something similar to:

  • HUAWEI-B683-????
  • HUAWEI-B593-????
  • HUAWEI-B315-????
  • HUAWEI-B525-????

Your modem/router may need to be reconfigured before you can connect again.

  • To reconfigure a Huawei B683 modem showing the HUAWEWI-B683-???? SSID click here.
  • To reconfigure a Huawei B593 modem showing the HUAWEI-B593-???? SSID please contact our technical support staff.
  • To reconfigure a Huawei B315 modem showing the HUAWEI-B315-???? SSID please contact our technical support staff.
  • To reconfigure a Huawei B525 modem showing the HUAWEI-B525-???? SSID please contact our technical support staff.

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