Internet should be fast when accessed via routers. Many a times we face speed issues while using routers in our homes and offices. And some time we are able to troubleshoot what are the real cause behind slow internet speed, even having more than 100 mpbs plans. This article is a simple guide how you can increase speed to normal by resetting or factory reset your jio fiber router.
1) Connect to Your WiFi
To start, ensure you’re connected to your JioFiber WiFi network.
2) Open Your Web Browser
Now you need to launch any of web browser.
3) Enter the Router’s Address
In the browser’s address bar, type “192.168.29.1” and hit ENTER and there will open the Jio Fiber router’s login page.
4) Login to Your Router
Enter your login credentials. Typically, the default username is “admin,” and the default password is “Jiocentrum.”
If these doesn’t work, we have another solution as below.
5) Reset the Router
Once logged in, navigate to the “ADMINISTRATION” section on the left side of the screen, and click on “Maintenance.”
6) The Reset Button
Within the Maintenance menu, you’ll find the all-important “Default” button. Click it to commence the router’s journey back to its default settings.
7) Confirm the Reset
A confirmation message will appear, asking if you’re sure about resetting the router to its defaults and now you need to confirm this action.
8) Patiently Wait
Your router is rebooting now and till than you can watch some reels on Instagram. It might take a few minutes as it diligently resets all settings to their defaults.
9) Login Redux
Once the router has finished its reboot, it’s time to log in again. Locate the default username and password, usually found on a sticker on the back of your JioFiber router.
These steps should guide you smoothly through the process of resetting your Jio Fiber router to its factory settings, and there you go for the best of the internet speeds once again.