Reset and Restore Gateway for the Cisco DPC3941BRouter Sceenshot

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Loading... Skip to content Hi cusadmin   •   Logout   •   Change Password 60% Internet Loading... Wi-Fi Loading... MoCA Loading... DECT Loading... Security Loading... WARNING: Gateway operating in bridge mode! Gateway At a Glance Connection LAN Status WAN Status Local IP Network Wi-Fi MoCA Firewall IPv4 IPv6 Software Hardware System Hardware LAN Wireless Connected Devices Devices Range Extenders Device Control Management Managed Sites Managed Services Managed Devices Reports Advanced Port Forwarding Port Triggering Port Management DMZ NAT Static Routing Dynamic DNS Device Discovery Troubleshooting Logs Diagnostic Tools Reset/Restore Gateway Change Password Troubleshooting > Reset / Restore Gateway Reset or restore the Gateway. If you're having problems with the Gateway, click RESET to restart or RESTORE to the default factory settings. CAUTION: RESTORE will erase all your settings (passwords, parental controls, firewall). Reset / Restore Gateway Reset Press "Reset" button to restart the gateway. Reset Wi-Fi Module Press "Reset Wi-Fi Module" to restart just the Wi-Fi Module only. Reset Wi-Fi Router Press "Reset Wi-Fi Router" to restart Wi-Fi and Router modules. Restore Wi-Fi Settings Press "Restore Wi-Fi Settings" to activate your Gateway Default Settings for Wi-Fi only. Only your Wi-Fi settings will be lost. Reset Password Press "Reset Password" to reset User Admin tool password to factory default Restore Factory settings Press "Restore Factory Settings" to activate your Gateway Default Settings. All your previous settings will be lost. Xfinity.com •   customerCentral •   User Guide
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