To resolve the ‘TP-Link router not working’ problem after a reset, you need to try another reset. The correct reset procedure is given below.
Find the WPS or Reset button at the rear panel of your TP-Link router.
Hold the WPS or Reset button on your TP-Link router until the SYS LED blinks slowly.
Release the WPS or reset button to hard reset the TP-Link router to the default settings.
Follow the method mentioned below to perform the alternative way to reset the TP-Link router to the default factory settings.
Open the TP-Link router’s web utility page.
Select the System Tools option when you see the Management web page on the screen.
Select the Factory Defaults tab and then click Restore to reset your TP-Link router.
After resetting your TP-Link router, turn it on and then log into the TP-Link router account using the default credentials.
TP-Link router reset button not working
Use a paper clip or other sharp, pointed objects to hold the Reset button on your TP-Link router for 15 to 20 seconds. The router will reset to the default factory settings.
If you are not able to reset your TP-Link router, you need to update the TP-Link router firmware to the recent version.
After configuring the static IP address of your Tp-Link router, try to reset it to the factory default settings again.
TP-LINK Router Ethernet Not Working
First, check if there is any defect in the Ethernet cable connecting your devices.
If so, replace the defective Ethernet cable with a new one.
If the issue persists, then resolve the Ethernet not working issue on your TP-Link router by following the guided instructions given below.
Connect your Netgear router to the power source.
Switch on your Netgear router.
Once the power light becomes solid green, connect the router’s LAN port to the router’s WAN port using the Ethernet cable.
Make sure that the router’s LAN & WAN LED lights are lit.
If yes, then the issue is resolved.
If not, contact the TP-Link router technical support to fix this issue.
TP-LINK Router IP Address Not Working
The troubleshooting instructions given below will help you to fix the TP-Link router IP address not working issue.
First, disable the Wi-Fi feature of your TP-Link.
After that, reboot your Netgear router and the wireless modem.
Get a LAN cable to connect your computer and the Netgear router or modem.
Now, go to the official page of the TP-Link router using the 192.168.1.1 IP address.
Enable the Wi-Fi option by following the on-screen instructions and check if the issue is resolved.
If the issue remains unresolved, then contact the TP-Link router technical support to fix this issue.
TP-Link Router LAN Not Working
First, reset your TP-Link router by following the instructions given below.
Locate the Reset button on your TP-link and press it using a paperclip.
Keep pressing the button for 10 seconds.
After that, release the button and sign in to the TP-Link router account from your system’s web browser.
Use the default username and password for logging in.
Click the Login button.
Now the Quick Setup wizard will appear on the main screen.
Click the Next button. Choose the PPPoE/Russian/PPPoE option on the Quick Setup - WAN Connection Type screen.
Perform the on-screen instructions and set the new wireless settings.
After that, check if the issue has been resolved.
If the issue remains unresolved, then check if the old router account information still available on your system.
If so, delete the old router information on your system by following the instructions given below.
Go to the Network & Sharing Center wizard.
Click the Change Adapter Settings option.
Select & right-click on your router and choose the Delete button.
Now your Ethernet connection will be activated.
If the issue still does not resolve, then contact the TP-Link router support.
TP Link Router Login Not Working
If you cannot log into the TP Link router’s Embedded web server page, here’s how you can resolve it without breaking a sweat.
outer, contact our tech support team.Check whether there is a physical connection issue between the modem and TP Link router. This could be a faulty network or power cable. If you find a faulty cable, replace it to resolve this issue.
Check the IP address that you type in the web browser’s address bar when trying to access the EWS page. Ensure that all the characters or numbers are entered correctly. Refer to the TP-Link router’s label or instruction manual to locate the correct IP address.
Disconnect the network devices from the TP-Link router and connect the router directly to the computer. Now, check whether you are able to log into the TP-Link router.
Clear the computer’s DNS cache by following this step. On a Windows PC, open the Run application found on the Start menu. Type ‘cmd’ in the Run application’s search field without quotes and click OK. In the command prompt window, type ‘ipconfig/flushdns’ without quotes and press Enter.
The message stating that DNS cache has been cleared appears on the screen. Close the CMD window and try logging into the TP-Link router.
On a Mac computer, open the Utilities folder and click on the Terminal app icon. Enter the appropriate command (without quotes) for flushing the DNS cache according to your MacOS version as given below.
‘discoveryutil mdnsflushcache’ for OS X Yosemite.
‘killall -HUP mDNSResponder’ for OS X Lion, Mountain Lion, Maverick.
‘dscacheutil -flushcache’ for OS X v10.6
Press Enter. Now, that DNS cache has been flushed, try logging in to the TP-Link router on your Mac.
On a Windows computer, go to the computer’s Control Panel. (Key in control panel in the Start menu’s search field and click the control panel prompt.) Click Network & Sharing Center Change adapter settings Ethernet Status Details. On a Mac computer, click the Apple icon System Preferences Network Ethernet/Wi-Fi(whichever is appropriate for your connection) View the IP address details.
Compare the IP address and Default Gateway fields. Make a note of these details. Try logging into the TP-Link router with the default gateway address if the TP-Link router’s IP address has been changed.
If you still can’t log into the TP-Link r
TP Link Router Password Not Working
The TP-Link router’s default username and passphrase are ‘admin’ and ‘admin’ without quotes. If the TP-Link router’s passphrase has been changed, you will need to enter that to log into the TP-Link device’s EWS page. However, if you don’t have access to the changed passphrase, you can reset the TP-Link router and regain access to its EWS page.
Power on the TP-Link router and wait until the device initializes. Locate the reset slot on the rear side of the router.
Use a needle or bent pin to press and hold the reset button on the TP-Link router for about 10 seconds. Release the reset button to allow the TP-Link router to begin rebooting.
Now, wait until the TP-Link router reboots and initializes. Enter the TP-Link router’s default IP address in the address bar of your computer’s web address.(Typically, it is ‘192.168.0.1’ without quotes.) Press Enter.
Enter ‘admin’ without quotes in both the username and password fields. You can now change the TP-Link router’s username and passphrase. Save the changes and then close the TP-Link router’s EWS page.