Recently bought an ethernet hub TP-LINK TL-SF1005D and I'm trying to have my PC wired to one port and then have my router (Dlink RTN56U) in another so I can have a device wired but still have a wireless network for phones, tablets etc. Initially, I had the router connected to the hub and it was working fine but my wired laptop couldn't get a connection (invalid IP address or something). Now I have my wired laptop working but the router can be connected to but has no internet access. I'm not that knowledgeable when it comes to this sort of thing if anyone could give me some help. Thanks!
by Alma on 4 years ago
Hello everyone, I have a TP Link range router for last 4months but I'm unable to access the services of router in all rooms of my work station. I want to configure a range extender with my TP Link router So can anyone suggest me any idea how I setup my TP Link router as a range extender
by Alma on 2 years ago