An Orbi router is a type of wireless router that uses mesh networking technology to provide seamless internet coverage throughout your home or office. Unlike traditional routers, which can only cover a limited area, an Orbi router uses multiple access points to create a single, high-speed network that covers a much larger area. In addition, Orbi routers are designed to work together with other Orbi devices, such as the Orbi satellite, to extend the reach of your network even further. Whether you’re trying to stay connected in a large home or keep your business online during a power outage, an Orbi router can provide the reliable coverage you need. If mesh makes sense in your home and you just want something simple and inexpensive, it’s a perfectly fine choice.
Reverting your Netgear Orbi to factory defaults will erase all personalized settings, such as your wireless network name, passwords, and recovery options. Performing a factory reset on your Orbi WiFi system to factory default settings erases personalized settings such as your network name (SSID) and password.
Perform the following steps in order-
How to reset an Orbi router
Total Time: 2 minutes
Make sure your Orbi device is powered on.
Using a paper clip or similar object, press and hold the Reset button until the Power LED on your Orbi device blinks amber.
Note: If you are resetting a wall-plug satellite, the ring LED blinks amber. Your Orbi device is now factory reset.
Orbi Wi-Fi router features
Wi-Fi Spec: 802.11ac/Tri-Band Router-Extender Kit
Number of Antennas/Removable: 6/No
Ports: Four 1Gbps LAN, USB 2.0, power
Processor: Quad-core ARM 710MHz
WiFi Chip: Qualcomm IPQ4019 and QCA9984 for backhaul control
Peak 802.11ac Performance: 552.1Mbps
Range: At least 150 feet, the router only
Size: 8.9 x 6.7 x 3.1 inches
Our video shows you how to factory reset your Orbi system to its original settings.