As far as others say something about this, it would be rather simple: in firmware upgrade select "recover to default settings" and then flash the stock firmware. But I'm not sure that this applies to your router.
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Check the wiki for specific instructions and guidelines on your router. In most cases, you should be able to do a factory reset, then flash the factory firmware, then do another factory reset...but don't quote me on that. Again, look through the wiki; if you don't, and you screw up your router, that's on you. _________________ Click here for Eko beta Click here for Brainslayer beta >>>PEACOCK THREAD!<<<
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