Sure hope someone is willing to advise me on this one.
This may not take as much courage as I might imagine, but I need to know the ins and outs of resetting my cable modem. When I say reset, I'm not talking about simply unplugging the modem and letting it sit a while, but taking the sharp object, such as a pin, or something of that dimention to reset the modem in order to return it to its default settings.
Just to clarify, I have not changed any settings since getting this modem from Comcast nearly a year ago. I just need to reset so as to try to correct a problem that once again has crept up when recording live streams. After getting this present modem, the troubles that drove me crazy for around two and a half years was no longer a problem until last Friday evening, and I have had them ever since. I really don't want to have to deal with this vexing problem any longer than necessary.
Now to my question. After the reset, what steps will i have to take to get back into operation? Will this modem, or gateway automatically restore my login and password, so as to let me back on the net, or will I have to manually reenter that login or completely change it.
I really don't want to have to deal with Comcast Tech Support if I don't have too. I'm thinking that it might be easier just to call them up and order a new one, but just have to hope that they don't give me one with the same problem. What a mess.
I sure wish I knew what makes these modems do this. This being when streaming, I lose the signal, and none of my settings to help with reconnecting help at all. I have practically pulled any hair I might hav left over this issue.
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Your help will be greatly appreciated,