A Wi-Fi range extender, such as the Netgear EX6100, amplifies and increases the wireless signal coverage in your house or place of business. The EX6100 will be returned to its default settings after a factory reset, wiping off any customised setups. Locate the reset button on the device (it's usually on the side or back), then press and hold it until the LED lights begin to blink to start the factory reset. All customised settings, including network names, passwords, and other changes, will be deleted throughout this process. The EX6100 will return to its default settings after a factory reset, enabling you to redo the configuration procedure.
Follow these steps for Netgear EX6100 Factory Reset:
- Locate the Reset button: Look for a small Reset button on the back or bottom panel of the extender. It is usually recessed to prevent accidental resets.
- Prepare a paperclip or a similar tool: Get a small, pointed object like a paperclip or a pen tip that can fit into the Reset button.
- Power on the extender: Connect the extender to a power source and ensure it is turned on.
- Perform the factory reset: Insert the paperclip or pointed object into the Reset button and hold it down for about 10 seconds. You may need to use some pressure. The Power LED on the extender may start blinking during this process.
- Complete the reset: Release the Reset button after the Power LED stops blinking. The extender will now restart and return to its factory default settings. It might take a couple of minutes for the extender to reboot.