Resetting a router does not change the IP address. Resetting your router will only change the settings of your router. The IP address is assigned to your router or modem by your internet service provider. Resetting your router will not change this IP address.
When your router is acting up, the first thing you want to do is reset it. There are a few different ways to do this. But what is the point of resetting the router?
If you’re wondering how to change your router’s IP address, you’ll need to log in and find the settings for the wireless connection. You’ll see a list of items, and one of them will be “IP Address” or something similar. This is where you’ll change the IP address but in case it will be better if you contact your ISP and ask them about their policy.
There are a few reasons why someone might want to change their router’s IP address:
1) They get errors when they connect wifi because there are too many devices on the network or someone has changed their network key.
2) They want to close an account with an ISP without having to call them and get transferred around on the phone.
3) They want to use their laptop at different places in their home but keep their main computer in one place.
4) They have a website that has been hacked, and they want it shut down completely to stop any further damage from being done.
Changing Your wifi Name and Password
First of all, it’s important to note that changing your wifi name and password won’t change the IP address. What will happen is that you’ll create a different wifi network with a new name and password. Changing your router’s IP address is an entirely separate process.