Hard Reset TP-Link TD-TD-W8968

Here you can easily Reset TP-Link TD-TD-W8968 WiFi router for free. You can reset TP-Link router with the button or Web-Based Configuration Utility.

You cannot update any security settings unless you know the username and password and access the router’s configuration utility. If you cannot remember the router’s username and password or your login credentials stop working, you must reset your TP-Link router.

 

Factory resetting the router will erase all changes you made to the router. Internet/Wireless Settings will need to be reconfigured.

 

 

TP-Link TD-TD-W8968 Reset with Button

This is the simplest way to reset the TP-Link TD-TD-W8968 WiFi router. All routers have this Reset button. Reset delete all internet or and wireless settings on your device (IP addresses, DNS details, WiFi password, etc).

Follow these steps to reset your TP-Link wireless router.

 

Method – 1

  • First, Verify that your router is currently turned on and plugged into a power source.
  • Next, Find the round Reset button on the back or bottom of your router.
  • Take the end of a paperclip or pin.
  • After that, press and hold down the Reset button for about 10 seconds (Some times it will take 15 seconds).
  • The router will restart and it will take few seconds to complete the reset.

Method – 2

  • First, Turn on your router.
  • After that, locate the WPS/RESET button on the router.
  • Next, Hold down the WPS/RESET button more than 10 seconds.
  • Release the WPS/RESET button after the power LED light starts flashing.
  • After that, Router will automatically reboot.

 

Please note: Resetting the TP-Link router does not reset the firmware to an earlier version. It will only change all settings (Like IP addresses and DNS etc) back to factory defaults.

 

 

Reset via Web-Based Configuration Utility

You must need basic knowledge about computer and browser to reset TP-Link TD-TD-W8968 router with Web-based configuration utility. You can easily reset and reboot with this utility. You don’t need to download any software or tool for this method.

This reset method deletes all internet and wireless settings on your TP-Link router (IP addresses, DNS, WiFi password, etc). So before reset save all data if possible.

 

Follow these steps to Reset the TP-Link WiFi router.

  • Open any internet browser (like Firefox or Google Chrome etc).
  • After that, Enter the IP address or http://tplinkwifi.net.
  • Next, Enter Username and Password
  • Then Open management Page.
  • Next select System Tools option.
  • Select the Factory Defaults option.
  • After that, choose Restore button option.
  • Your device will be rebooted.
  • Reset done on your TP-Link router.

 

 

Login Details for TP-Link TD-TD-W8968

All TP-Link routers don’t have same login details. So you must find the right login details such as IP address, Username, and Password to reset your router.

If default IP, Username and password are not worked, Follow this link to get your TP-Link TD-TD-W8968 router login details.

TP-Link TD-TD-W8968 IP, Username and Password

 

 

Access to the user interface

IP address: 192.168.1.1 (or http://tplinkwifi.net)
Username: admin
Password: admin
 
  • First, Verify that your router is currently turned on and plugged into a power source.
  • After that, Establish a connection between the device and the router via network cable or WiFi.
  • Next, Enter IP address or URL in the address line.
  • Then confirm with Enter button.
  • Now Enter username and password in the open interface.
  • Now confirm once more.

 

 

FAQ – Reset TP-Link TD-TD-W8968

 

What is the default password for TP-Link TD-TD-W8968?

The default password is blank. (Means there is no password for TP-Link router).

How do I reset my TP-Link TD-TD-W8968 wireless router?

You can reset with a button which is located on the back or bottom side of your router.

How do I find my TP-Link TD-TD-W8968 username and password?

You can locate the username and password, the backside of the router.

How do I access my TP-Link TD-TD-W8968 router settings?

You must log in to web-based configuration utility to access router settings.
 

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