Fed up of Wi-Fi dead zones? Don't worry! Install the TP-Link extender to get reliable Wi-Fi coverage throughout your office or home. It increases the signal strength and works well with any standard wireless router. Once the TP-Link extender is configured, you can relocate it to your preferred location without the need for any further settings. The intelligent signal light can guide you find the perfect location. You can use the TP-Link Tether app to access and manage your extender using smart devices so How to Connect Tp-Link Wifi Range Extender. Quickly connect the TP-Link Wi-Fi extender to a router by pressing the WPS button on both the devices.
To perform wireless setup, click the Wireless icon on the taskbar.
From the list of networks displayed, select your extender's name and click Connect.
Start a web browser on your computer and enter the extender's IP address in the URL bar.
Log into the web-based utility setup page using the username and password for connecting tp-link wifi extender.
Once you have signed into the setup page, click Next for TP-Link Extender Setup Without WPS.
Choose your preferred region and select Next. Now your device will detect for available networks.
Select your host network from the list and enter the password for it.
Click Finish to complete the TP-Link range extender setup.
TP-Link Range Extender Problems
If you forget the password for the range extender, you can proceed to reset it.
You can make use of the Reset button on the router for resetting the TP-Link range extender.
With the extender turned on, press and hold the Reset button for 5 to 10 seconds.
Now, the lights on the range extender will start to flash.
Launch the web-based utility page and use the default username and password to log in.
The default username, password is 'admin.' Follow the instructions to reset your password.
If you are unable to access the utility page, check if the device is connected to the network.
If yes, obtain the extender's IP Address and open a web browser on your computer.
Enter the IP address for your extender in the URL bar to launch the web-based utility page.
Once it is launhed, set your new password while following How to Connect Tp-Link Wifi Range Extender.
You can improve the product features or solve the problems by updating the extender's firmware.
Go to the web-based utility page for your extender and click Settings for TP-Link range extender setup.
Select System Tools -> Firmware Update -> Check for Upgrade.
Now the firmware for your TP-Link range extender is upgraded.
How do I Connect my TP-Link Extender?
To connect the TP-Link range extender to a router, you can either use the WPS method or the web-based utility page.
Press the WPS button on the source router. Within 2 minutes, press the WPS button on the range extender.
Wait for the LED light to change blue. The blue light indicates a successful connection between the router and the extender.
The other way of setting up the range extender is through the web-based utility page.
Connect the computer to the range extender's network and open a web browser.
Enter the range extender's IP address in the URL field and press Enter while following How to Connect Tp-Link Wifi Range Extender.
Type the username & password and select the OK button.
Click Next and choose your preferred region.
Select your host network from the list displayed.
Enter the passkey for your Wi-Fi network and click Finish to complete the setup.
How do I Connect my TP-Link Extender to a New Router?
Connect the DSL modem to your router using an Ethernet cable.
Fix the TP-Link extender setup power cord into the standard power outlet.
Link your PC to the range extender through an Ethernet cable.
Open an internet browser like Google Chrome on your PC and enter the extender's IP address in the URL bar.
In the Username & Password field, type admin and then press Enter.
After the successful sign in, a Quick Setup Start page appears on the screen.
Select Next to complete the setup. Now, choose your region and click Next.
From the list of networks displayed, select your network SSID.
If your network name is not displayed, click Rescan.
After you select your network, the Wireless Settings page will appear for connecting tp-link wifi extender.
Enter the password for your host router and select Next.
Verify your wireless settings and click Finish to complete the TP-Link range extender setup.
Now, position your range extender in between your host router and Wi-Fi dead zone.
How do I Log into my TP-Link Range Extender?
Use an Ethernet cable to link the computer to the LAN port of the TP-Link.
Click the Start menu on your computer and go to the Control Panel.
Select Network & Internet and navigate to Network Sharing Center.
Click Change Adapter Settings and right-click Local Area Connection.
Go to Properties and double-click Internet Protocol Version 4.
Select Properties and set a static IP address, e.g. 192.168.1.x.
Open a web browser on your computer or smartphone and type the IP Address of your extender in the URL bar.
Press the Enter key to open the extender's login.
Type the username & password in the respective fields and click OK.
The default username, password is 'admin.'
Now the web-based management utility page will appear on the screen.
How do I Reset my TP-Link Wi-fi Extender?
To reset the TP-Link range extender, get a paper clip.
Search for the Reset button on the rear side of the extender.
With the range extender turned on, press and hold the Reset button using the paper clip. Continue to press the Reset button for 10 seconds.
Now the lights on the extender will flash indicating a successful reset.
Also restore the original settings by accessing the web-based utility page.
On your computer, launch a web browser and enter the IP address of your extender in the URL bar.
Now the utility page for your extender will appear on the screen for TP-Link range extender setup. Type username & password and press the Enter key.
Navigate to System Tools and select Factory Defaults.
Click Restore and wait until the process is complete by following How to Connect Tp-Link Wifi Range Extender.
To reboot your extender, click the System Tools menu and select Reboot.
After resetting your extender, you must reconfigure it.
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