press the reset button in the back of the router to reset it. It will take it back to factory specifications.
The follow the instructions in the Forum Sticky. It's full of helpful information and tips on setting up your wireless network.
Okay, I just bought my first router two days ago, and it would seem that it doesn't take me long to screw things up.
The setup is the main PC with a DSL line hooked up to a Belkin Wireless G Router, with my PC and it's Netgear wireless card about five feet away.
The problem originated with me trying to play World of Warcraft. No matter what I did, I could not connect with the game servers. I tried everything I could with the firewalls with no luck. I called the ISP of the house, and no luck there, either. I figured out by this point, that the problem was probably with the router itself. Like the fool that I am, I decided to start messing with settings. I found an option to enable the router as an 'access point' only, and enabled it. Now I can't access the router's options through the web.
So, my questions are as follows. How do I disable the access point option? If I'm unable, how do I delete the current network setup and create a new one? Finally, has anyone had experience with the WoW problem and do you know how to fix it?