FAQ’s

FAQs (TP-link wifi Router)

For this, you will have to check the WAN information on your TP-link router through tlinkwifi.net login to the router’s web interface. Also, you will have to check the TCP/IP settings on your computer if all other TP-link router connected devices are receiving the internet from the router.
You must be certain that when the computer is connected to the router using wired cable, it receives internet signals without dropping. If not secure your connection or change the cable.
You must have a secure and proper physical connection between the TP-Link router and the networking device such as computer you are trying to log into TP-link router’s management page with. Also, it must be having an IP address from the TP-Link router that allows access to its web management page.
You will have to reset your TP-link router to its default settings.
You can log using tplinkwifi.net as the default web address that takes you to login page after keying in the required ‘admin’ as TP-link router login default credentials.
It must be because your computer has been not connected to your TP-Link Router’s network. You can try login using the TP-link Router’s IP address http://192.168.0.1 or https://192.168.1.1 to login instead of the tplinkwifi.net web address.
TP-link Router’s IP address is either http://192.168.0.1 or https://192.168.1.1
Yes, it is possible by connecting the main router to the TP-Link N roter via LAN port.
Yes, you can setup password recovery through TP-link router login via tplinkwifi.net and accessing the setup page and selecting the Enable Password Recovery checkbox.
You can recover the login password, after PT-link router login using tplinkwifi.net, and selecting the Forgot Password? option on the login page. You must follow the instructions on the screen to set a new password.
There are two ways in which you can reset the TP-link router to its factory defaults: Method 1: Hard reset OR By pressing the RESET button - With your TP-link Router powered on, press and hold the WPS/RESET button for more than 10 seconds until the SYS LED transforms quick-flash from slow-flash. After that only, you can release the WPS/RESET button and wait for the Router to reboot to its factory default settings. Method 2: By using Router's Web Interface - 1. Initially, you must log in to the TP-link router web-based interface (new logo), then move to Advanced-> System Tools -> Backup & Restore -> Factory Default Restore page. 2. Next, hit on the Factory Restore and wait for the Router to reboot to its factory default settings.