Tp-Link Router Dhcp Setting
- Tp-Link Router Dhcp Setting
Proceed with the steps mentioned below for Tp-link router DHCP setting on your router. Make sure to configure your router and connect it to your computer.
Step 1: Finding the IP address of the router
To find the IP address of the router on a Windows computer, press the Windows and R buttons together.
When the Run dialog box appears, type “cmd” and click the OK button.
When the Command Prompt window appears, type “ipconfig.” Then, press the Enter key.
You can locate the IP address of the router in the Default Gateway section.
Step 2: Configure DHCP Settings
Enter the IP address of the router in a web browser.
The default username is admin and the password is admin.
Type the credentials in the user login window and click on the Log In button.
When you are on the TP-Link router’s page, select the Advanced Settings section on the left panel for Tp-link router DHCP setting.
Select the DHCP option and navigate to DHCP settings.
Now, select the radio button next to the Enable option.
You can now set the range of the IP addresses assigned by the router to the devices that get connected to it.
In the Default Gateway section, copy and paste the IP address of the router seen in the address bar of your browser.
If you don’t have a private DNS, you can use the public DNS. Then, click on the Save button.
You can now check your devices connected to the router in the DHCP Clients List section.
Go to the Address Reservation section to modify and set a static IP address to any particular device.
Select the device and click on the Modify link to apply the changes.
- TP-Link router setup.
You can connect upto seven devices to your
Navigate to the Access Control section on the left panel.
Now, all your devices can access the internet by connecting to your TP-Link router.
You have now configured the Tp-link router DHCP setting.