TP-Link router setup-Tplinkwifi.net
To set up a TP-link router, go to tplinkwifi.net. The admin pages for both TP-Link routers can be found at www.tplinkwifi.net or by going to the router’s IP address. Using the TP-link tether software to set up the router on a mobile phone. Download the TP-Link tether software if you want to change the settings of a TP-Link router or set one up using your tablet. You can get the TP-Link Tether app from the play store or the app store, depending on whether you have an Android or an iOS device. To finish the setup, you must also follow the on-screen directions.
Use Quick Setup Wizard : www.tplinkwifi.net
This Setup Wizard will walk you through the setup process for your router. imply start with the steps mentioned below:
- Sign in to http://tplinkwifi.net using the router’s password.
- Then, at the top of the list, select Quick Setup. Then, to link the router to the internet, follow the steps.
- To take advantage of TP-enhanced Link’s features, such as remote control, log in to TP-Link DDNS with your TP-Link ID or press “Register Now.” Then, to connect the cloud router to your TP-Link ID, follow the steps.
Quick Setup With TP-Link Tether App
Tether is a mobile and tablet device that runs on iOS and Android. Simply follow the instructions below:
- Look for “TP-Link Tether” in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.
- Connect your computer to the wireless network of a router.
- Open the Tether app, tap the “+” button, and enter your router’s model amount. To set up and link to the internet, follow the instructions there.
- Link your computers to the router’s most recently optimized wireless networks to surf the internet.
Manually Setup Internet Connection: www.tplinkwifi.net
You can check the current internet connection settings in this section. Adjust the settings in accordance with the service information provided by the ISP. To verify or change your internet connection settings, follow the steps below:
- Log in with the TP-Link ID and password you set for the router at http://tplinkwifi.net.
- Select “Basic” and then “Internet.”
- From the drop-down menu, choose the type of internet connection.
- Follow the configuration instructions on the page:
1. If you choose Dynamic IP, you must decide whether or not to copy the MAC address. Cable TV or a fiber cable are usually given to dynamic IP users.
2. Fill in the details provided by the ISP in the related fields if you want Static IP.
3. Enter the username and password given by your ISP if you want PPPoE. We use DSL cable modems for PPPoE users.
4. If you choose L2TP, enter your username and password, and then choose the secondary link provided by your ISP. Depending on the Secondary Connection you’ve chosen, you’ll need to set a number of parameters.
5. If you choose PPTP, enter your username and password, and then choose your ISP’s secondary link.
- Then choose “Save.”
- At last to evaluate your internet connection, go to the Network Map on the left side of the page. After you’ve done it, the relationship confirmation dialog box will appear.
It’s important to keep in mind that validating settings can take up to two minutes.
How to upgrade the firmware of the tp-link router? Tplinkwifi.net
- First, Download the most recent firmware model for your computer. Go to the download center for your part on the TP-Link website. Then choose the appropriate dropdowns for your TP-Link router. After choosing the required hardware version, tap on “Firmware.” A stack of the latest firmware will appear.
- Using the downloaded ZIP file, extract the Firmware.
- Then, log in to the network management page for your TP-Link router.
- To find the unzipped firmware file, go to System Tools-Firmware Upgrade (or Firmware), then tap “browse,” “Select File,” and “Open.”
- The upgrade is a decision to make. The device will reboot automatically once the update is completed.
- After that, verify that your router’s firmware upgrade is complete by tapping on “Status.”
- At last, after a few firmware upgrades, the router will be reset to factory defaults. In this case, use the Quick Setup Wizard to reconfigure your TP-Link router.
How to use a TP-Link Router as an access point?
- Connect your computer to a second LAN port on your TP-Link router using an Ethernet cable. Use the IP address mentioned on the bottom label of the router to access the TP-Link web interface.
- Modify the TP-Link router’s LAN IP address to an IP address in the same section as the main router by going to “Network>LAN” in the side menu. This IP address must be outside of the DHCP range of the main router.
- Set the SSID (Network name), which may be the same as or different from the main router’s, by going to “Wireless>Wireless Settings.” Choose “Save.”
- Set wireless security by going to “Wireless>Wireless Security.” WPA/WPA2 Personal is recommended as the safest choice. Click “Save” after you’ve finished configuring it.
- Then click “Disable the DHCP Server” under “DHCP>DHCP Settings.” Select “Save” from the drop-down menu.
- The computer will be rebooted if you choose “System Tools>Reboot” and press “Reboot.”
- Then, using an Ethernet cable, connect the LAN ports of the main router to the LAN ports of the TP-Link router (any LAN ports can be used). The numerous LAN ports on your TP-Link N router will now connect to the Internet. Any Wi-Fi device will connect to the Internet via the TP-Link router using the SSID and Password setup from the previous steps.
How to set up a Tp-link range extender?
- Connect the TP-Link Extender to a power outlet near your main router to start.
- Then with an ethernet cable, connect the extender to the system.
Configure the Tp-link extender with the WPS button
- To attach the extender, press the WPS button on the main router or at the access point, then press the WPS button on the Range Extender. This WPS button is usually found on the device’s backside, but it can vary depending on the model.
- It’s important to click the WPS button on the extender for at least 2 minutes after pressing the WPS button on the main router.
- Make sure the WPS LED on the router and the WPS LED on the extender are both lit after pressing the WPS button. If any of the LEDs remain unlit, you must press the device’s button once more.
- Hold on for a total of two minutes. Both the router and the extender took some time to set up and try for perfect synchronization.
- Check the TP-Link Range Extender’s Signal LED now. If it’s on, you’ve successfully installed the extender. The color of the LED and the number of signal bars do not change.
To configure it manually
Open a web browser on your laptop or desktop computer and type http://tplinkrepeater.net into the search bar after you’ve connected the TP-Link Extender to the power outlet and the unit. If http://192.168.0.254 doesn’t fit, try http://192.168.0.254. In a new browser, open the Tp-link website and follow the steps below:
- Then select “Quick Setup” and “Next.”
- Select your area, then click “Next.”
- Allow the TP-Link extender to look for available wireless networks. This could take a while depending on the number of networks in your region (around 2 minutes).
- From a list of choices, choose your wireless network and then click “Next.”
- Type in your wireless password when the computer asks for it.
If you just want one additional wireless network, choose “Copy from the main router.” If you want to build a different network, go to “Customize” and then “Next.”
- If all appears to be in working order, simply double-check and upgrade your network settings before pressing “Finish.”
- The Extender’s Signal LED should be tested. If the extender is turned on, you’ve finished configuring it.