In the System page, there’s a “Reset” button, which may be confusing to some people. In many places around the world, “Reset” just means “Reboot” (just like on a PC the reset button actually reboots the machine). It’s confusing to see two buttons in the interface with the same meaning, but no precise explanation.
I suggest to rename the “Reset” button to “Factory defaults” so that there is not confusion anymore.
I also suggest to make another button, “Factory defaults keeping network” so that the resetting to factory defaults would affect everything except network settings. This would be important for devices accessed remotely which need a fix or a firmware update. Currently if you press “Reset” button the device returns to 192.168.1.168 which makes it inaccessible if other IP address was set previously.
DHCP would be also a solution for this, since in the router you could assign always the same address to FME200’s MAC address, but that also defaults to 192.168.1.168 after factory defaults.