Every once in a while, you need to reboot Netgear router from a web browser. People do it when their router is acting in a way that makes you believe that there is something wrong with it. Other times, you’re just trying to get into a router that you weren’t able to get into before and you’re not sure why. Well, this blog is going to show you exactly how to reboot a Netgear router from a web browser.
Learn How to Reboot my Netgear router from a web browser?
Reboot Netgear router from a web browser by going to www.routerlogin.net. On the page, you will see a box. Type in your password on this box and click on “Log in”. You should be logged in now. There should be a tab on the upper left hand corner of the page. Click on it, where you will see all the options. Click on the “Reboot the router” option. You will see a sub-window.
Click on the “Reboot” button next to it. This option reboots the router. Wait a few seconds and then hit the “Refresh” button of your browser. This will allow you to login to the router again. This time to the router’s default IP address – http://192.168.0.1.
- Open a browser for the web from your mobile or computer which is linked to the router’s network.
This is the BASIC Home page, also known as the Dashboard displays.
- Click or tap Advanced > Reboot.
If you have Nighthawk Pro Gaming routers, simply click or tap on the three dots on the upper right corner and then select Reboot.
- Allow the router to complete the process of rebooting.
Rebooting a router can be a simple fix for an issue you’re having. We recommend rebooting every once in a while if you are having an issue, and if it’s not resolved, contact your ISP and make sure there isn’t an issue on their end. If you are still having issues after rebooting the router, contact us www.routerlogin.net anytime at We’d be happy to help!