How to hook up TP-Link Wi-Fi Extender, plug it to an electrical source near the host router to assure proximity during the setup process. Switch on both the devices. Wait until the power LED is lit on both. You can now connect them via the WPS method or using the web browser. The WPS method is easier between the two. If it doesn't work, then follow the other method. Pressing the WPS buttons on the devices one after another will link them both. The WPS LED indicates the successful connection of the TP-Link wi-fi extender.

How do I Hook up TP-Link Wi-fi Extender?

How to hook up TP-Link Wi-Fi Extender

How do I Connect my TP-Link Extender?

You can connect your TP-Link Extender once you have completed the power setup and follow how to hook up TP-Link Wi-Fi Extender. You can use the WPS button on the extender to provide a network connection. If it doesn't work, then go with the procedure below to connect your TP-Link Extender via a web browser.

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How to Log into my TP-Link Extender?

How to I Reset my TP Link Wifi Extender?

Performing a reset on your device will restore all the default settings. There are two methods to reset your extender. Make use of any one to reset the device.




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How to Install the TP-Link Router in my Laptop

  • Turn on your laptop and tap the Wi-Fi icon present at the left bottom of the screen.
  • From the list of network options, tap the network name of the router.
  • Click the Connect option, and you will be prompted to enter the security key.
  • There will be a textbox provided to enter the password.
  • The default security key is present at the rear or the bottom of the router.
  • Tap the Next option, and you should be connected successfully if you have entered the correct password by folllowing How do I Connect my TP-Link extender.
  • Enable the Connect Automatically when in range option and then select the Private to allow the printer and the other devices at your home to connect to Wi-Fi.


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