I know this sounds lame, but it's the second consumer router in as many months which has Wi-Fi issues after power failures. My electric utility company sent notices this morning that they were working on the power grid, and that we'll have outages today (this is my home). I unplugged the NAS and the computer, but didn't think to unplug the router. When I came back from work I found the router powered on, but my phone and laptop failed connecting to the WLAN ("invalid password"). The LAN works fine (I'm writing this using the desktop at home). I powered off the router completely for 30 minutes or so – no joy. I stopped and started the Wi-Fi (both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) – no joy. I changed the Wi-Fi passwords... you get the drift.
The first router that was borked this way was a NetGear; this one is a TP-Link. Both are consumer grade. What do you suggest?