Wireless Range Extender is a network device used to enhance the Wi-Fi network’s range to a wider area by creating an access point and broadcasting the primary network. The below steps will help you to know how to connect TP Link range extender to router.
Step-1: Physical connection
Turn on the router’s Wi-Fi network and make sure it is in the same room as the range extender.
Attach an Ethernet cable to the range extender and connect the other end to a computer.
Step-2: Access the extender configuration page
Launch a browser, enter the official TP-Link repeater URL, and press Enter to access its web-based setup page.
Following that, enter the username and password to log in to the extender page; “admin” is the default username and password.
Step-3: Configure the TP-Link extender
Once the extender configuration page opens up, go to the Quick Setup section and click Next. Then, set the Region and again select Next.
Now, the extender will scan for the available Wi-Fi networks, after which you have to select your network name and enter the network password or to know how to connect TP Link range extender to router.
Once the settings are done, check and review the settings and click Finish.
The extender will reboot to apply the changes made to the settings. Now, check if the wireless LED indicator is glowing.
If you do not have a computer or an Ethernet cable, try connecting using the WPS Push button method.
Connect the extender to the wall outlet near the router.
Next, press the router’s WPS push button and then immediately press the extender’s push button. Perform this action within two minutes to establish the connection.
Now, verify that the WPS LED indicator blinks. If it does not blink, then reconnect by following the same steps again. Finally you know how to connect TP Link range extender to router.