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With the technology growing faster day by day, we need to make sure we have updated our devices too. It is quite common that people often use devices provided by their internet service provider when they signed up for the connection. We usually do not interact with the routers unless it stops working and when it does we end up skipping meals until it is resolved. TP-Link Support recommends upgrading your router firmware as an when the upgrade is available. Buying a new router for your home is always not the only resolution to your current internet problems. Your internet speed and connectivity is impacted by many factors. We understand how important it is to have internet connectivity in today’s era. For everything that you do today, you need a strong Wi-Fi signal. A poor connection can impact you in numerous ways and can give you huge losses too. Australia Router Support experts are available for instant technical assistance.
Our highly trained professionals are here to provide you resolution on your very first call in the least possible hold time. TP Link support is known for providing best in class service for any issue and for all types or model of the router. TP-Link router support technicians handle issues related to router configuration, resetting Wi-Fi password, hooking up any new device on Wi-Fi, up-gradation of router firmware and so on.
How to configure TP-Link Router? Ask Router Support Australia
If you are new to TP-Link router, then be rest assured that setting up this router won’t take much of your valuable time. The following article will guide you on setting up your new product and if you still face difficulty setting it up, then our friendly TP-Link customer support experts are available 24*7 to help you.
Open up a web browser like google chrome or internet explorer and in the address bar type the IP address of the device which most of the times is 192.168.1.1 and Press Enter.
Once you enter the above mentioned IP it will take you to a page where you will be prompted to enter username and password, the default username and password both are admin, then click OK to log into the device.
Click on Wireless->Basic on the left side and then configure the basic wireless settings:
Enable “Enable Wireless” and “SSID Broadcast”
Enter a name for your wireless network into the SSID box
Select the correct region which is your country/area.
Click Save/Apply to save your settings. Sometimes you might need to reboot your router to active these settings.
How to set up a password and enable guest mode for TP-Link router?
It is not a smart idea at all to share your Wi-Fi password even though that is what most people do. The problem is just not sharing the Wi-Fi password but it also makes your home network vulnerable to those with intensions to steal your data or information. It allows them to access files on your computer and devices connected on your network. Having an open network is like inviting a thief to steal your valuables. User must have their network password protected to ensure that their IP address is not misused. Having an open network not allows anyone to connect on to your network but also increases the risk of having your identity stolen. So when someone is asking for your Wi-Fi password it is better to set up a guest network with limited access. Below mention steps by TP-Link technical support will guide you on setting up a password to network and enabling guest mode.
- Login to the router login page.
- Select Wireless->Wireless Settings on the left side menu to open the wireless setting page.
- SSID: Set a new name for your wireless network.
Channel: It is better to be located to 1, 6 or 11 than Auto.
“Enable Wireless Router Radio” and “Enable SSID Broadcast” should be both ticked.
For dual band wireless routers, you can configure the 2.4GHz and 5GHz wireless separately.
- Click Save to save your settings.
- Note: After clicking on Save button, you will see a tip (red line) at the bottom of the page. But actually there is no need to reboot at here and we will reboot the router at the end of the configurations
- Select Wireless->Wireless Security on the left side menu and check WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK or WPA/WPA2 Personal.
Version: WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK
Encryption: TKIP or AES
PSK Password: make up your WIFI password, also called Wireless Network Key. (the length of PSK Password is between 8 and 63 characters)
For dual band wireless routers, you can configure the security of 2.4GHz and 5GHz wireless separately.
- Click Save to save your settings.
- Select Systems Tools ->Reboot on the left side menu. Reboot the router to make all the settings take effect.
- When you are logged into router login page on the left side you will see an option to set up guest network, user just needs to click on that enable it and save the changes. This makes your guest network ON which helps you not to share your Wi-Fi password.
Commons issues handled by our TP-Link Customer Support experts
- Unable to set up router for wireless connection
- Resetting router to factory settings
- Wi-Fi password recovery
- Unable to hook up devices like printer, laptop, tablets, mobiles, etc. on Wi-Fi
- Unable to set up range extender
- TP-Link router login issues
- Port forwarding on TP-Link routers
- Upgrading firmware
If you come across any of the above mentioned issues, then we are just a call away. All you need to do is pick up your phone and reach us at 1800-987-893 and rest will be taken care by TP-Link customer support experts.