How To Reset Asus Rt N10

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How To Setup Asus Rt-n10u

  1. Find the default login, username, password, and ip address for your ASUS RT-N10 router. You will need to know then when you get a new router, or when you reset your router.
  2. Click apply and wait for the N10 to reset. Power off and on to reboot the N10.-For the TP-Link router set it up with ethernet cable from a LAN port of the N10 to the WAN port of the router, and ethernet cable from a LAN port of the router to the LAN port of the laptop. Reset the TP-Link to factory settings.
  3. Posted: Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:35 Post subject: Asus RT-N10+ success story We purchased this router last December, to replace a failing DLink model. The reason for choosing the ASUS router was its DD-WRT compatibility.
  4. View and Download Asus RT-N10U user manual online. Wireless - N150. Wireless Router Asus RT-N10 B1 (RT-N10+ B1 Quick Start Manual. To restore from a saved.
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Wireless Router Asus RT-N10 B1 (RT-N10+ B1 Quick Start Manual. Wireless ez n router (2 pages). Reset Press this button to power on/off the wireless router. Power Insert the AC adapter into this port to connect your router to a power source. Monitoring Traffic Click the Traffic Monitor tab to view real-time or historical bandwidth.

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xsamuraix
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Joined: 04 May 2010
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Posted: Tue May 04, 2010 9:54 Post subject:
I just tried it.still have no wireless signal.
waiting for new version again.
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cdkiller
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Joined: 26 Jun 2007
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Location: Trinidad & Tobago

Posted: Sat May 08, 2010 2:35 Post subject:
history wrote:
Thanks a lot. Can I reflash with the newest version of router firmware from Asus? Thanks!
You can use the ASUS flash restore utility to flash any ASUS or dd-wrt firmware. The shorter answer to your question is yes.
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history
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Joined: 02 May 2010
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Posted: Sun May 09, 2010 18:42 Post subject:
cdkiller wrote:
history wrote:
Thanks a lot. Can I reflash with the newest version of router firmware from Asus? Thanks!
You can use the ASUS flash restore utility to flash any ASUS or dd-wrt firmware. The shorter answer to your question is yes.

I will give it a try, thanks a lot!
history
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Joined: 02 May 2010
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Posted: Mon May 10, 2010 0:21 Post subject:
history wrote:
cdkiller wrote:
history wrote:
Thanks a lot. Can I reflash with the newest version of router firmware from Asus? Thanks!
You can use the ASUS flash restore utility to flash any ASUS or dd-wrt firmware. The shorter answer to your question is yes.

I will give it a try, thanks a lot!

Alrighty, I gave this a try, but I get this message after thirty seconds:
'No wireless device in recovery mode is found.'
I have the router plugged directly into my computer via a network cable, might I be doing something wrong? I am using the Firmware restoration software from Asus's website. Thanks!
cdkiller
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Joined: 26 Jun 2007
Posts: 262
Location: Trinidad & Tobago

Posted: Mon May 10, 2010 1:09 Post subject:
Try setting a static IP on your PC that is connected to the router. I've never seen that error before on the few times I used the asus restore utility.
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mikicz
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Joined: 12 Apr 2009
Posts: 67

Posted: Thu May 13, 2010 6:21 Post subject:
well, I thought I should buy asus RT-N10. For price around 30€ seemed to be bargain for a N device. But as the dd-wrt still do not work correctly, is there any time overview, when could it be done? Or should I go for another device?
cdkiller
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Joined: 26 Jun 2007
Posts: 262
Location: Trinidad & Tobago

Posted: Thu May 13, 2010 10:03 Post subject:
mikicz wrote:
well, I thought I should buy asus RT-N10. For price around 30€ seemed to be bargain for a N device. But as the dd-wrt still do not work correctly, is there any time overview, when could it be done? Or should I go for another device?
I have no clue when N10 will be fully supported, if you need a router now then check out the N12. It should only be a few dollars more.
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mikicz
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Posted: Thu May 13, 2010 11:45 Post subject:
actually, I do not need it right now, so I can wait even couple of weeks. N12 costs nearly twice as much as N10, so I thouhgt to wait for N10 support.
As I understood from this thread, there is overall problem with whole wifi part, right? If there would be dd-wrt with only b/g support, that would be enough for me right now, and waiting for the full N support would not hurt so much.
oldgarfield
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Joined: 03 Feb 2010
Posts: 7

Posted: Fri May 14, 2010 4:44 Post subject:
cdkiller wrote:
Try setting a static IP on your PC that is connected to the router. I've never seen that error before on the few times I used the asus restore utility.

I had this error all the time. What I did is to do a full reset, and then access the web-based restore interface from the router and upload the original firmware. Then reset again and everything is back.
vtex32
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Joined: 08 Apr 2010
Posts: 3

Posted: Fri May 28, 2010 14:46 Post subject:
Has anyone try svn14471,yet?
cdkiller
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Joined: 26 Jun 2007
Posts: 262
Location: Trinidad & Tobago

Posted: Fri May 28, 2010 15:11 Post subject:
vtex32 wrote:
Has anyone try svn14471,yet?
Yup, still no wireless.
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EchoLynx
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Joined: 29 Jan 2009
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Posted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 9:52 Post subject: No Wireless Yet
Relatively irritated that I went and bought this specific router as a client bridge based on the status in the database, only to find out the database is lying.
Definitely should be WIP.
Regardless, I just tried the build 14311 .trx from the downloads page and no luck with wireless yet.
I know deadlines usually hamper production, but does anybody have an inkling of when this might be fixed? I need to know if I have to order another router.
Thanks.
cdkiller
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Posted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 10:05 Post subject: Re: No Wireless Yet
EchoLynx wrote:
Relatively irritated that I went and bought this specific router as a client bridge based on the status in the database, only to find out the database is lying.
Definitely should be WIP.
Regardless, I just tried the build 14311 .trx from the downloads page and no luck with wireless yet.
I know deadlines usually hamper production, but does anybody have an inkling of when this might be fixed? I need to know if I have to order another router.
Thanks.
I suggest you buy another router for immediate wireless. Eko said he would post here as soon as something comes up but no posts from him recently so I could only assume he has no update as to when they will receive the wireless driver for this router.
Where are you from? If USA then the RT-N12 is selling for the same price as the RT-N10, around $35. So you could probably return that RT-N10 you bought and take an RT-N12 instead.

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GhostGum
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Posted: Tue Jun 08, 2010 6:35 Post subject:
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Relatively irritated that I went and bought this specific router as a client bridge based on the status in the database, only to find out the database is lying.
Definitely should be WIP.

Damn!
Agreed, i also just bought one of these for dd-wrt purposes, also wasted hours trying to figure out why wireless not working.
Definitely should be listed as WIP.
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Important notes before you start changing DNS settings on Asus Router

How To Reset Asus Rt N10
  • Your router model may have a different interface. Ensure that your device is running the most up-to-date firmware.
  • To unblock streaming services with our KeepSolid SmartDNS app, you have to register your IP address. Check out how to manage your IP address in the KeepSolid SmartDNS App and your KeepSolid User Office here.
  • Whenever your IP changes, our service will stop working for you. To avoid this, make sure to update your IP address via your User Office or KeepSolid SmartDNS app.
  • Before you start making any changes on your Asus Router, you should save your original DNS settings for future reference. You’ll need them in case if you want to switch back to the original settings.
  • We also recommend you to block Google DNS addresses (8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4) making some changes via your router settings. You can find the exact steps in the following section of our manual: How to block Google DNS on Asus Router.

How to set DNS on Asus Router

1. First things first, you should sign in to your Asus Router Admin Panel. To do this, you can just type http://192.168.1.1 to the browser address bar. In case if you still can’t access Asus Router Admin Panel, you can also enter http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.2.1

2. Now you should fill in the username and password of your Asus Router > click Login. Check out your manual handbook or your router box for the correct info of your default credentials. Or you can try to enter admin for username and password as your default credentials if you haven’t changed them before.

3. Press WAN.

4. Look for the Connect to a DNS Server Automatically item and set it to NO.

5. In the DNS Server 1 and the DNS Server 2 fields, you should enter the Asus Router primary and secondary DNS servers.

62.210.136.158 - EU DNS

69.162.67.202 - US DNS

Note: You should use the closest server to your real location as the primary DNS server and the second closest server as the secondary ones for Asus Router.

Setup

6. Press Apply.

7. Restart your Asus Router.

How to block Google DNS on Asus Router

1. Log in to your Asus Router > go to LAN that you can find under Advanced Settings.

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2. Note down your LAN IP and after that, go to the Route tab.

3. Now you should check Enable Static Routes.

4. In the appeared window, fill in the following fields:

Network/Host IP - 8.8.8.8

Netmask - 255.255.255.255 or 255.255.255.0

Gateway - Your LAN IP

Metric - 2

Interface - LAN

5. When you finish entering the needed info, press ➕ to add your route.

6. After that, you should repeat these steps for your secondary Google DNS (8.8.4.4).

7. When you set up routes, just press Apply.

8. Test your static routes to make sure you’ve blocked Google DNS. ​

How to test your static routes

1. Go to Command Prompt on your PC or to Terminal on Mac.

Macromedia flash mx 2004. 2. Enter ping 8.8.8.8 in the command line > click Enter.

3. Enter ping 8.8.4.4 in the command line > click Enter.

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4. If you’ve done everything right, you’ll see the results as either a Timed Out or Destination Host Unreachable error.