Console Settings

Console Settings

Connect Null Modem Adapter + Serial USB Adapter.

Start putty with settings: Terminal Console Setting 9600bps 8N1

Then Reboot the SimpleWan (Power Cycle with 10-15 second rest)

After the reboot / Press Ctrl+C It should bring up the Following Options:

Press Option 3, then Y when asked to confirm.

Let the system reset to factory defaults and re-setup the device. If the network does not have DHCP on the modem it may need the WAN IP reset back up in the No Internet Screen.

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