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    How do I reset a Buffalo G54 Air Station

    I have been lent a Buffalo G54 Airstation WAP. I need to rest it back to factory defaults so that I can set it up. when I install the software it tells me there isa passwprd attached to the system and to reset the system. There are 2 red buttons ons the back and I think it is the top one. But how do i reset it. when I press the button nothing seems to happen and I still get the same message when I try to install the software?

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    Re: How do I reset a Buffalo G54 Air Station

    According to some literature on the Buffalo, "The recessed reset button, simply press and hold for a few seconds until the DIAG LED illuminates to reset the unit.". This implies that the unit must be turned on first, press and hold, and wait for the LED

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    Re: How do I reset a Buffalo G54 Air Station

    the default settings for the buffalo kit is a username of root with no password. have you tried this through the web interface?

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    Re: How do I reset a Buffalo G54 Air Station

    After you've reset it using the reset procedure described above, you need to cycle the power I believe. Trying to remember from memory, we used to have lots of these in our school.

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