Cisco Router Factory Reset – List

Cisco Router Factory Reset - List

Cisco Router Factory Reset.

 

Cisco Router List :

 

  1. Cisco RV325
  2. Cisco SPA122
  3. Cisco RV042G
  4. Cisco RV110W
  5. Cisco ASA5505
  6. Cisco AIR-CAP3702I
  7. Cisco 1921
  8. Cisco RV082
  9. Cisco 1941
  10. Cisco C891F
  11. Cisco 1841
  12. Cisco C881
  13. Cisco 2921
  14. Cisco Valet
  15. Cisco 2901
  16. Cisco 2900
  17. Cisco C892FSP
  18. Cisco ISR 4331
  19. Cisco 2911
  20. Cisco RV016
  21. Cisco 887VA
  22. Cisco RV130
  23. Cisco C891FW
  24. Cisco RV134W
  25. Cisco 819HG
  26. Cisco 2811
  27. Cisco Rv130w
  28. Cisco ISR4321
  29. Cisco 891
  30. Cisco 881
  31. Cisco SPA3102
  32. Cisco C881W
  33. Cisco SPA2102
  34. Cisco ACS-2900
  35. Cisco ACS-2911
  36. Cisco ACS-2921
  37. Cisco ACS-2951
  38. Cisco RV042
  39. Cisco N2K-C2248TP
  40. Cisco 881W
  41. Cisco 1861
  42. Cisco RVS4000
  43. Cisco 3925
  44. Cisco WRP500
  45. Cisco C887VA
  46. Cisco AIR-CT2504
  47. Cisco Meraki MR26
  48. Cisco AIR-LAP1242AG
  49. Cisco Ap1130
  50. Cisco 881GW
  51. Cisco 2951
  52. Cisco ISR 4351
  53. Cisco 2821
  54. Cisco 888
  55. Cisco UC 560
  56. Cisco AIR-ANT2506
  57. CISCO X2
  58. Cisco Valet M10
  59. Cisco 1941W
  60. Cisco RV320
  61. Cisco 861
  62. Cisco HWIC
  63. Cisco ISR4451
  64. Cisco RV215W
  65. Cisco RVL200
  66. Cisco 867VAE
  67. Cisco 871W
  68. Cisco WRV210
  69. Cisco 3945E
  70. Cisco ISR 4431
  71. Cisco AIR-CAP1602I
  72. Cisco 888E
  73. Cisco 881G
  74. Cisco 819G
  75. Cisco SPA 525G2
  76. Cisco 878
  77. Cisco ACS-2811
  78. Cisco 892W
  79. Cisco L-FL-C2911
  80. Cisco Ea6500
  81. Cisco 3900
  82. Cisco ASR 1001
  83. CISCO C2811
  84. Cisco C2951
  85. Cisco C2921
  86. Cisco 1801
  87. Cisco 2PJ0872
  88. Cisco C2901
  89. Cisco 892
  90. Cisco 3800
  91. Cisco 3845
  92. Cisco 256D
  93. Cisco 892FW
  94. Cisco CTS-CODEC
  95. Cisco NPE-225
  96. Cisco 2620XM
  97. Cisco WRP400
  98. Cisco C819H
  99. Cisco Belkin F9K1002
  100. Cisco C1921VAM
  101. Cisco ASA5585
  102. Cisco 871
  103. Cisco 1760
  104. Cisco 887VAW
  105. Cisco 2851
  106. Cisco 1751
  107. Cisco 2600
  108. Cisco 1861E
  109. Cisco Ea4500
  110. Cisco C3845
  111. Cisco 880
  112. Cisco 887
  113. Cisco 7201
  114. Cisco 3745RM
  115. Cisco 1900
  116. Cisco CCNA CCNP
  117. Cisco E1200
  118. Cisco 1004
  119. Cisco 8500
  120. CISCO 892FSP
  121. Cisco 851
  122. Cisco C886VAJ
  123. Cisco C887VAM
  124. Cisco 3945
  125. Cisco 886
  126. Cisco CSB
  127. CISCO AIR-CT5760
  128. CISCO 3925E
  129. Cisco ASR 1002X
  130. Cisco ASR 901
  131. Cisco C881GW
  132. Cisco SL3945EIPB2
  133. Cisco 8510
  134. Cisco 2901 I
  135. Cisco 2500
  136. Cisco 819
  137. Cisco 2800
  138. Cisco UBR-MC3GX60V
  139. Cisco 1001
  140. Cisco ASR1002
  141. Cisco 886VA
  142. Cisco C3202WMIC
  143. CISCO 1750
  144. Cisco 2BA6559
  145. Cisco AIR-CT5508
  146. Cisco EA2700
  147. Cisco 2523
  148. Cisco 886VAE
  149. CISCO 3825
  150. Cisco 7206VXR
  151. Cisco 877
  152. Cisco 1802
  153. Cisco 819H
  154. Cisco 888EG
  155. Cisco 887VAG
  156. Cisco 1905
  157. Cisco ASR 1000
  158. Cisco SRP547W
  159. Cisco FL-C2921
  160. Cisco HWIC-D-9ESW
  161. Cisco 866VAE
  162. Cisco 1006
  163. Cisco C2801
  164. Cisco 1002
  165. Cisco Aironet 1130AG
  166. Cisco 5500
  167. Cisco 867
  168. Cisco 887V VDSL2
  169. Cisco 2811-VSEC-CUBE
  170. Cisco 2811-4SHDSL
  171. Cisco 7609-S
  172. Cisco 878W
  173. Cisco 845
  174. Cisco 7606-S
  175. Cisco C2851
  176. Cisco 7604
  177. Cisco 876
  178. Cisco 831
  179. Cisco 1601-R
  180. Cisco 5915
  181. Cisco D9865H
  182. Cisco 2801
  183. Cisco ASR 9000
  184. CISCO 860VAE
  185. Cisco C819
  186. Cisco C888EG
  187. Cisco 897VA
  188. Cisco 7926G
  189. Cisco 861W
  190. Cisco S26CP-12322
  191. Cisco UCS-MR-1X162RX
  192. Cisco CON-SNTP-2951
  193. Cisco C887VAMG
  194. Cisco 892F
  195. Cisco C888SRSTW
  196. Cisco C888SRST
  197. Cisco ASA5520
  198. Cisco CSACSE 4.2
  199. Cisco 887V
  200. Cisco 887Vw

 

 

How To Reset Cisco Router With Button :

To reset your Cisco router to its factory default configuration using the Reset button:

  1. First switch on router.
  2. Then, Find the Reset button on the router (Generally back side of the router).
  3. Press and hold the Reset button with sensitive material while you power on the router.
  4. After that Release the Reset button after 10 to 15  seconds.
  5. Next, Wait 5 to 8 minutes for the router to finish booting. You can check the lights on the Cisco router. When the lights are solid or blink in repeating patterns, the router is finished booting.
  6. Finally, Power off your router.

At this point, your router is reset and will Reboot into its factory-default configuration or Settings the next time you power it on.

cisco-router-reset-button

Note : Resetting the Cisco router does not reset the firmware to an earlier version. It will only change all settings back to factory defaults.

 

How To Reset Cisco Router Using Router Commands  :

To reset your router to its factory default settings using router commands Follow below steps:

  1. First switch on your Cisco Router.
  2. Then, connect your PC or Laptop to the console port on your router with the console cable.
  3. After that, power on the router and wait 5 to 7 minutes for the router to finish booting. You can check the lights on the router. When the lights are solid or blink in repeating patterns, the Cisco router is finished booting.
  4. Then, on your laptop or computer, start the terminal emulator program and use it to access your router’s Command Line Interface (CLI).
  5. Next, In the router Command Line Interface (CLI), enter the commands in boldface to erase the existing configuration(Settings) on your Cisco router and reload the factory default settings on the router:

    router > enable
    router# write erase
    Erasing the nvram filesystem will remove or format all configuration files! Continue? [confirm] < Press Enter key >
    router# reload
    Proceed with reload? [confirm] < Press Enter key >
    OR
    Would you like to enter the initial configuration dialog? [yes|no] no < Press Enter key >
    OR
    Do you want to save the configuration of the AP? [yes|no] no < Press Enter key >

  6. Then, Wait until the Reload or Format finishes and a CLI prompt or completion message appears.
  7. After that, Close the terminal emulator window on your Computer or Laptop.
  8. Finally, Power off the router.

At this point, your Cisco router is reset and will boot into its factory default configuration or settings the next time you power it on.

 

 

Reset Cisco Router to Factory Settings :

To reset your router settings back to the original factory Configuration, follow below steps. This will delete(Format) any configuration you have on your Cisco router.

The steps below assume you have connected your Cisco router to a console and have accessed your router’s command line interface(CLI).

  1. First switch off your router.
  2. Then, switch on your router and within the first 20 seconds of startup send a break character to the terminal.
    • Windows OS – If you are using PuTTY, on your keyboard press Ctrl + Break buttons at the same time; or you right click on the bar at the top of the PuTTY window and select Special Command > Break.
    • Mac OS – If you are using terminal, on your keyboard press Control + A, then Control + B.
    • You may also refer to the Cisco page on Standard Break Key Sequence Combinations when Recover Password.
  3. Next, You will immediately be taken to the prompt.
  4. After that, at the prompt, type the following command to tell the Cisco router to skip the existing configuration or settings on startup: confreg 0x2142.
  5. Then, at the prompt, type the following command to restart the Cisco router: reset.
  6. The router will restart shortly.
  7. Next, If you are prompted for initial configuration dialogue, type no.
  8. Then, After the loading has stopped, press Return to be taken to the main prompt on screen.
  9. At the prompt:
    • Type en to enter privileged mode
    • Type write erase to issue the erase comment
    • Type y to confirm erase command
    • Type configure t
    • Type config-register 0x2102 this tells the Cisco  router to process existing config on startup
    • Type end
  10. Finally, switch off your router and then turn it back on. Your router has now been restored to the original factory configuration.

cisco router using router commands - CLI

How To Change The Cisco Router Wi-Fi Password :

These steps will help if you want set a different Wi-Fi password or connect a new device and you can’t remember your Cisco Wi-Fi password.

  1. First, connect your device to your Wi-Fi modem:
  2. Then, open a web browser like firefox or chrome and key in 192.168.0.1 in the address bar and press Enter.
  3. After that, enter the following default settings to access the router modem settings and select Login:
  4. Username: cusadmin
  5. Password: password (or your current router Wi-Fi password)
  6. Next, select Setup from the menu at the top of the router page.
  7. Then, check in the Pre-Shared Key field and select the Show key box to find your current Router Wi-Fi password.
  8. If you want to change your Wi-Fi password, enter the new password in the Pre-Shared Key field, and select Save Settings option.
  9. Then, once you’ve saved your changes, you may be disconnected. You will need to use your new password to re-connect to the router Wi-Fi network.
  10. If you still see the Wi-Fi modem settings, select Log OFF from the menu at the top of the page, Then login again.
  11. If you’re connected using an Ethernet cable (Cat5 or Cat6), disconnect it from your device (Laptop or Pc) and from your router so that you can test your Wi-Fi’s connectivity.
  12. Finally, Connect to your Wi-Fi network and, once you’re online, check at least 2 or 3 different websites to make sure your Wi-Fi is working properly or not.

Note: If you can’t connect to your Router Wi-Fi modem or log in to access its settings, you can reset the router to its factory default settings, which will restore its all original network name(s),  password(s) and everything. Please see starting of this page.

 

 

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