A Talktalk router typically has four Ethernet ports, which means it can connect four devices simultaneously. The router also has a built-in modem, which allows it to connect to the internet. In order to set up your router, you will need to connect it to your modem and to your computer. Once it is connected, you can then set up your Wi-Fi network.
If your Talktalk has lost its Internet connection, performing a simple reset will often remedy the problem. Restoring your router to its factory settings can help with speed issues or other connection problems. The router has a reset button to accomplish this.
Note: Doing a full reset will wipe your router to factory settings. If you’ve changed any settings, such as your password, you’ll need to update them again once your router has booted up.
Perform the following steps in order-
To reset your Talktalk router-
Total Time: 5 minutes
Switch your router on, if it isn’t already
Locate the reset button. This is usually on the back or side of your router.
Gently push a pin, a straightened paperclip, or another appropriate item into the hole until you feel a click. Hold it for 30 seconds.
Any lights on the front of the router should turn off and come back on again.
Once your router has fully booted and any lights are on, you can reconnect your devices to your Wi-Fi.
If the power light on your Super Router is red or the light on your Wi-Fi Hub stays solid amber for more than 15 minutes, your router may be faulty.
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Note: A reset restores your modem to its factory default settings. It will also erase any customized settings you may have changed, including static IP address setup, DNS, personalized password, WiFi settings, routing, and DHCP settings.
TalkTalk is a globally recognized telecoms company. Established in the UK in 2013, TalkTalk provides subscribers all over the country with broadband, TV, and mobile phone contracts.