How To Configure TP Link
Router Extender Setup?
TP-Link range extenders help to strengthen the wireless signal of a router. Below are
the steps to configure the TP Link router extender setup.
Connect the extender to your Windows 7 computer using an Ethernet cable.
On the computer, launch the Control Panel window.
Select Network and Internet -> Network and Sharing Center ->
Change Adapter Settings.
Right-click Local Area Connection and select the Properties option.
Double-click the ‘Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)’ option.
Click the radio button beside the ‘Use the following IP address’ option.
Fill the IP Address and Subnet Mask fields with the correct information.
After setting a static IP address, save your settings.
Open any web browser on the computer.
Enter the extender IP address in the address bar.
If prompted for login credentials, provide the username and password in the
Once you click OK, you will see the web interface page of the TP Link Router
Navigate to the Network section.
Go to the IP Address field and make sure the extender’s IP address segment is the
same as the root router.
Select the Save option.
Click Quick Setup -> Next -> Wireless.
Choose the Range Extender option from the Operation Mode drop-down.
Search for the SSID of the root router and then click the Connect option.
Click the Save option to save your settings.