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Is there a way to have the same effect as unplugging/replugging your router via a command through command prompt?(Or maybe a .bat file?)

I know you can do this:

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ipconfig /release
ipconfig /flushdns
ipconfig /renew
Are there any others? I know there is a widget for Windows that will 'reset' your router. Is there a way to do it through command prompt/bat file though?
 

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These commands are for releasing the IP address on your computer's LAN card. You gotta physically go to your router and unplug it to reset it.
 

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if you can connect to the router in question from a pc mine has restore factory defaults.
 

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Originally Posted by savagebunny View Post
These commands are for releasing the IP address on your computer's LAN card. You gotta physically go to your router and unplug it to reset it.
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Well I seen a widget that said "Reset Router" . And I know those commands are for releasing your ip address and flushing your DNS cache...but surely there is SOME way you can recreate it?

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Originally Posted by Deegan View Post
if you can connect to the router in question from a pc mine has restore factory defaults.
Well it's my router. Sort of was wanting to make a 1 click thing to fix it...Like click shortcut>Router gets reset. Without having to walk upstairs to do it.
 
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