Here's how to limit data usage on TP Link router from its management interface. If you set a data limit, you will receive an alert message when you have used 90% of your data. The internet access will be disabled automatically when you reach the data limit that you have set. To know how to limit your data usage on the TP-Link router, refer to the step-by-step instructions provided on this web page.
Use an Ethernet cable for connecting the LAN port of the TP-Link router and the Ethernet port of your computer.
Connect your computer to the router over Wi-Fi using the correct SSID and password.
Note: The SSID and password can be found at the rear panel of the router’s label.
Access the router’s login page using a web browser on your computer.
Enter the correct admin username and password of your router in the relevant fields.
Navigate to the Device menu and click Data Usage Settings.
Turn on the Data Usage Limit toggle.
Enter your data limit in the Total Allowance field.
Type 90 in the Usage Alert field.
Note: If you want to receive a notification when you have used the 70% data, type 70 in the Usage Alert field.
Save your settings.
This will limit the data usage according to your settings.
You can even see how to limit data usage on TP link router by performing the following steps.
On the router’s management interface, click Device -> Data Usage Settings.
Turn on both the ‘Data Usage Limit’ and ‘Monthly Data Statistics’ options.
Fill the Monthly Allowance, Usage Alert, and Start Date fields as per your preference.
Make sure to save your settings.
The data usage will be limited as per the specified settings.