How To Reset Jio Fiber Router?

Hot Reset Jio Fiber Router

If you are having problems with your Jio Fiber router, you may need to reset it to factory settings. This will erase all of your settings and configurations, but it can also help to fix some common problems.

To Reset Your Jio Fiber Router, Follow These Steps:

There’s a small button hidden on the back of the router that we usually see labeled “Reset” or “Reset to Defaults”.

Use a paperclip or other small object to press and hold the reset button for 10 seconds.

Now release the buttons and wait for the router to reboot.

After the router reboots, you must log in and reconfigure your settings. You can find the default login credentials on a sticker at the router’s bottom, which may help you reboot.

What Will Happen When I Reset My Jio Fiber Router?

When you reset your Jio Fiber router, all of your settings and configurations will be erased. This includes your Wi-Fi password, DHCP settings, firewall settings, and any other custom settings you have configured.

Resetting your router will also return the router to its factory defaults. This means that the router will be using the default Wi-Fi name and password, and it will have the default DHCP settings and firewall settings.

Will Resetting My Jio Fiber Router Affect My Recharge or Data Balance?

No, resetting your Jio Fiber router will not affect your recharge or data balance. Your recharge and data balance will remain the same.

When Should I Reset My Jio Fiber Router?

You should reset your Jio Fiber router if you are having any of the following problems:

  • Your Wi-Fi is not working.
  • You cannot access the Internet.
  • Your router is not responding.
  • You have forgotten your Wi-Fi password.

Resetting your router may also help to fix other problems that you are experiencing with your Jio Fiber connection.

How To Change My Jio Fiber Router Password

If you are looking for how to change your Jio Fiber router password, you can change your Jio Fiber password using these steps: 

  • Log in to your Jio Fiber account on the MyJio website or app.
  • Click on the “My Device” tab.
  • Select your router from the list of devices.
  • Click on the “Wi-Fi Settings” tab.
  • Enter your old password and your new password in the appropriate fields.
  • Click on the “Save” button.

Your new password will be applied immediately.

I have reset my Jio Fiber router, but I am still having problems. What should I do?

If you have reset your Jio Fiber router and you are still having problems, you should contact Jio customer support for help. You can contact Jio customer support by phone, email, or live chat.

Here are some additional tips for troubleshooting Jio Fiber problems:

  • Check the cables that are connected to your router. Make sure that all of the cables are properly connected.
  • Restart your router. This may sometimes fix minor problems.
  • Power cycle your modem. This will reset your modem and router.
  • Contact Jio customer support for help.

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