Most broadband modems have a configuration utility that can be loaded from within a web browser. The utility can be used to monitor signal levels, obtain addresses, and retrieve error codes. In addition, many modems have the ability to be sent a reset request-packet from your PC. Depending on the type of modem, ISP, and service type the reset feature can actually cause the modem to request a new configuration. This can sometimes resolve connection issues.
Open your web browser. Practically any web browser will work.
Erase your homepage address from the address bar.
Type "192.168.100.1" without the quotes, and press the "Enter" key.
If that address fails, try the following two addresses. "192.168.1.101," or "192.168.1.254."
Look for a link or tab called "Administration, "or "Configuration."
Click on the "Reset" or "Restart" button.