How do I setup my TP-Link range extender?
How to configure my Range Extender via WPS button to extend an existing wireless network’s coverage?
- Plug your Range Extender into a power outlet near your main Router/AP.
- Push the WPS button on your main Router/AP first, then immediately push the WPS button on your Range Extender.
- The WPS process will last 2 minutes.
Can a TP-Link extender be used as an access point?
The extender can work as an access point, transforming your existing wired network to a wireless one. 1. Visit http://tplinkrepeater.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the extender. The extender will reboot and switch to Access Point mode.
How do I access my TP-Link extender remotely?
How do I configure Remote Management for my TP-Link Wireless Router?
- Open the web browser and in the address bar type in:
- Type the username and password in the login page.
- Click Security->Remote Management on the left side.
- With the default setting (Port 80 and IP address 0.0.
- Click Save to save the settings.
How do I connect my tp-link wifi extender to my router without WPS?
1. SET UP TP-LINK EXTENDER WITHOUT WPS BUTTON
- Firstly, plug-in the TP-Link Extender into an electrical outlet and connect it with your PC via Ethernet cable.
- Then, open your internet browser and visit TPlinkrepeater.net.
- Select Quick Setup > Region and then click on Next.
How do I connect my tp-link router to my phone?
Tether is only available on iOS and Android devices. Before you begin, please download the app on your mobile device. To see if your router is compatible with Tether, please click here. Step 1: Go to your smartphone’s wireless settings and connect to your router’s wireless network.
How do I find the IP address of my tp-link router?
How to find your TP-Link Router’s IP address?
- Open Control Panel.
- On the top right, choose to view by Category.
- Click your network connections.
- Click Details in the network status window.
- You can find your router’s IP address show as IPv4 Default Gateway.