Router & its Function
A router can be defined as the most important part of the Local Area network. This is a device which provides the internet connections to the intermediate devices in the local network. It also supplies the IP Addresses (10.0.0.138) to the devices in the network. The router also acts as the Default Gateway for the Local area network as it opens the path for the devices to the internet. It can also be used to manage various settings of the internet connection. Many a time, the router starts malfunctioning & need the backup restore. The backup can help the admins to overcome internet connectivity issues. Here we will provide the details of the “Restore Backup on Router“. So the users must check the article to get these details.
Use of Router Backup
The backup is very important for the admins as it can help the admins to restore the settings of the routers to the good status. Thus it is very important for the network admins to get a backup of the router on a regular basis. It can also help them to overcome various internet connectivity issues on the network.
Restore Backup on Router
The network admins can restore the backup if they feel the router is malfunctioning. The procedure to restore the backup is as follows.
- Open the admin panel of the router or check 10.0.0.138 Admin Login to access the admin panel.
- Now go to the router settings.
- Click on backup.
- Open restore backup menu.
- Choose the backup files from the device storage.
- Now click on restore.
- The backup will now be restored.
This method will help in the restoration of the backup in an easy way. If there is any doubt then leave a comment below to ask your question. We will get back to the users as soon as possible with the answers to their questions.