How To Setup Tp-Link Adsl Wireless Router
- Tp-Link Adsl Wireless Router Setup
TP-Link routers had never failed to surprise us with its fast data transmission. To increase the speed, TP-Link has added the ADSL technology. Generally, ADSL stands for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line and it provides faster data transmission by using telephone signals. This web page will guide you in setting up the TP-Link ADSL wireless router for the first time. Note: the how to setup Tp-Link ADSL wireless router steps below are suitable only for TP-Link wireless router models: Archer VR2600, VR900, VR600, and other VDSL/ADSL modem router.
The Setup Process Has Three Stages:
Router Hardware Installation:
First, insert the antennas to your TP-Link router.
Now, get the splitter and connect it to your phone socket.
Connect one end of the splitter cable to the splitter’s modem port.
Insert the other end of the splitter cable to the DSL port on your TP-Link router.
Now on using how to setup Tp-Link ADSL wireless router guide, using the power cable, connect your TP-Link router to the wall outlet.
Press the Power button on the router.
If the hardware setup is done correctly, then the Power LED will turn White.
If not, perform the hardware setup once again and move on with how to setup Tp-Link ADSL wireless router procedure.
The DSL LED of the router will take up to 1 to 2 minutes to become stable.
If the Wi-Fi LED is turned OFF, then press the Wi-Fi button provided at the side of the panel for two seconds.
Now, the TP-Link router’s hardware installation will be finished.
Router to Computer connection (Mac OS):
You can connect your Mac computer to the router over a wired or wireless connection for Tp-Link Adsl wireless router setup.
a. Wireless Connection
On your Mac computer, click the Wi-Fi icon.
Now, a list of wireless network names will appear on the screen.
Select the TP-Link router’s SSID from the displayed list.
Enter the router’s password and connect to it.
Note: You can find the router’s SSID and password on the label available at the back of the router.
b. Wired Connection
Before you begin the wired connection, make sure that your Mac computer is not connected to any wireless network.
Get an Ethernet cable that is compatible with your Mac computer and the router.
While following how to setup Tp-Link ADSL wireless router guide, Make sure that the cable is not damaged.
Now, connect one end of the Ethernet cable to your router.
Connect the other end of the cable to the Mac computer .
This will connect the TP-Link router and the Mac computer.
To complete the entire Tp-Link Adsl wireless router setup process, you have to configure your router settings using a web browser. To know in detail, refer to the Web UI Configuration section.
Web UI Configuration:
Open the default web browser of your Mac computer and proceed with how to setup Tp-Link ADSL wireless router steps.
Type the following URL in the address bar and tap the Enter button: http://tp-linkmodem.net.
Now, a dialog box prompting you to create a personal password will appear on the screen.
Create the password and click the Save button.
- TP-Link router setup web access page using the new credentials.
Log in to your
Select your region and timezone from the drop-down menu.
After configuring the basic settings for Tp-Link Adsl wireless router setup, click the Next button.
Choose your ISP address from the ISP drop-down menu and click Next.
If your ISP address is not displayed, choose the Other option.
Usually, a username and password will be provided by your ISP.
Now while following how to setup Tp-Link ADSL wireless router steps, enter them in the appropriate text fields.
Click the Next button.
Check if the wireless network setting displayed on the screen is correct.
If not, modify it correctly.
Once the configuration has been done, click the Finish button.
Now, you can find the Wi-Fi network LED on the router turn White.
Now, your TP-Link router has been set up and you can connect all your devices to the router and access the internet.
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