Re: Linksys wireless router lost configuration -
- From: "Zeppo" <zeppo_m@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2007 12:59:28 -0500
"Pen" <pen34usnospam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"Eric" <nobody@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in messageAnyway, on a Linksys it's under administration\config Management
"cgmsys" wrote in messagePen,
I had configured a linksys wireless router/access point about a monthYep, I've seen it infrequently in both Linksys and DLink hardware.
ago. The client was having some connectivity problems.
When I looked at it, it appears it was set back to the factory
defaults. (ie paperclip reset).
Neither of the owners recall doing anything with the router. They do
have a couple of young kids. .
Anyway, I haven't seen a spontaneous reset. I was wondering if anyone
has seen this happen before where you can verify that the router reset
to the factory defaults without someone doing it accidentally or
I'm guessing that the configuration is stored in flash memory that
would not be dependant on an internal battery. Does anyone know if the
config info is dependant on an internal battery in the linksys
Usually after a power outage.
Infrequently means, at the most just a few times per year. If it
happens again soon, exchange it.
This stuff sells for so cheap for a reason...
Yeah, its stored in flash. There are no batteries.
Have them save the configuration to a PC so they can re-flash it easily
should it happen again...
Its fine to flash configurations over-the-air...
How do you save the config to a PC? Don't remember seeing an option for
Sorry for the misdirected question, but many thanks for answering it anyway.