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Sun, Jun 21, 2020 3:27 AM

WPS

I accidentally clicked the WPS button on my router and now it is blinking red. how do i get it back to solid green like before?

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davemize

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7 months ago

If the WPS is still blinking, unplug the gateway for 20 seconds to reset it.

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7 months ago

Hi, @ryanpededsen!

 

Did you reset your router like @davemize suggested? How'd it go?

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a month ago

I accidentally pushed the wps button as well. If I unplug and reset it will it go back to how it was before I pushed it? 

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a month ago

Now it’s not blinking red or green it’s just off. Is this normal? Did I mess up my wifi? 

davemize

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a month ago

Unplug your gateway for 20 - 30 seconds and then reconnect. Results?...

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