How to Reset the Inexq ISO50t

Have you been trying to login to the Inexq ISO50t router without any success? It might be time to consider a reset. A reset is not the same thing as a reboot. When you reboot a router you cycle the power to the unit. When you reset a router you take all the settings you have ever changed and return them all to factory defaults.

Warning: A reset is a big step and should not be taken lightly. We recommend creating a list of all the settings you may of changed in the past. Some of these settings are:

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Reset the Inexq ISO50t

Unfortunately I am unable to furnish an image of the reset button for the Inexq ISO50t router. Typically you can find the reset button on the back or side of the router. It normally looks more like a pinhole than a button. Take a look at the image below.

While the router is on you need to take a straightened paperclip and press down on the reset button for about 10 seconds. If you don't hold the reset button down for at least 10 seconds you run the risk of simply rebooting the Inexq ISO50t router instead of resetting it.

Warning: Do not unplug or turn off the router in the middle of the reset process. If you do you might end up causing permanent damage.

Remember a reset like this one is erasing every single setting you have ever changed in the past. Please consider other methods of troubleshooting before you continue.

Login to the Inexq ISO50t

Now that you've reset the Inexq ISO50t router you should log into it. Do this by using the factory default username and password. If you're not sure where you can find these, don't worry. We have them provided for your use in our Login Guide.

Tip: Defaults not working for you? It could be because the reset button wasn't held down for long enough.

Change Your Password

Following that you'll want to set a new password for your router. This can be whatever you like, however keep in mind that a strong password contains no personal information and is 14-20 characters in length. For more help be sure to take a look through our Choosing a Strong Password Guide.

Tip: Keep from losing your new password by writing it on a sticky note and putting it on the underside of your router.


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