In this post you will learn how to set up TP-Link powerline adapters in detail. Do follow the steps below:
These are the Things You Need to Set up TPLink Powerline Adapters:
Note: Powerline adapters don't perform as well in power strips; always connect them into a grounded socket. Confirm that you have:
1 grounded socket near your router.
1 grounded socket at the preferred spot in your home.
Option 1: Clone the Details
Option 2: TPLink Powerline Adapter Manual Setup
Change the WiFi Name
Step 1 : Go back to the main menu and click on 'Wireless Security'.
Step 2 : Change the password next to 'PSK Password' to the same password used for your router's WiFi network.
Step 3 : Tap on 'Save'.
Step 4 : Join your laptop or PC to the new WiFi netwerk.
If still you have a problem in connecting your TP-Link powerline adapters to each other? Can't access the Internet on your computer via the adapters? Resetting the adapters often solves the problem.
TP-Link powerline adapters can be reset in two various ways. Trying to reset all connected adapters? Take the help of TP-Link's software. Through this software, you can also manage the settings of the adapters.
If you are taking the help of the software or if you want to reset an individual adapter, use the reset button on the devices. Mention that the main adapter – the one connected to the router – can't be reset. You only have to forward your router's signal to the other adapters.
Step 1 : Start the TP-Link software, the 'management utility'.
Step 2 : There are various tabs at the top of the screen. Choose 'System'.
Step 3 : If you only want to rest the adapter the computer is currently connected to. Click 'Reset Local Device'. If you want to reset all adapters in the network? Select 'Reset All Devices'.
Step 4 : The LEDs on the adapter(s) will flash. Wait until they stay on without flashing. The reset procedure has now been completed.
Step 5 : (Optional) Reconnect the powerline adapters to each other.
With all the information mentioned above you will learn how to set up TP-Link Powerline adapters.