TP-Link Wifi Extender Setup
TP-Link Wi-Fi Extender setup is useful to expand your router's Wi-Fi signal. You can
situate the Wi-Fi extender in places where the router's Wi-Fi signal is weak. In case
there are many obstructions like walls and radio waves interference, the router's Wi-Fi
signal may not reach the device which you need to connect. You can place the TP-Link
extender in such places and can make the Wi-Fi signal strong. Go to the TP-Link web
page from your network-connected computer and log in to your TP-Link account to
connect to the router network.
How to Setup Tp-link Wifi Extender
Know the IP address of the TP-Link Wi-Fi extender.
Connect your extender to a power outlet and turn it on.
Connect your computer and the TP link extender with an Ethernet cable.
Open an Internet browser on your computer.
Type the extender's IP address in the address bar and start searching.
Choose the Quick Setup tab and set up your necessary preferences.
Wait until the TP-Link extender searches for the router network while following
How to Setup Tp-link wifi extender.
Connect to the router's network using the correct SSID and security passphrase.
Customize the Wi-Fi settings as you need.
Click Next to complete the setup process.
How To Setup TP-Link Wifi Extender
Initially, know the IP address of your router. To see the IP address of your router,
check the outer surface of the router. If you could not find the IP address using
your router, use the cmd prompt to find the same for TP-Link Wifi Extender Setup.
Link your computer to the router's network using an Ethernet cable. Insert one end
of the Ethernet cable to the router and the other end to the computer.
Click the Start or Windows icon on your computer and start searching for cmd.
Click the Command Prompt option to open it. Type ipconfig/all in the Command
prompt and hit the Enter button.
Wait until the command prompt window displays all the IP addresses and
gateways on the screen.