I just upgraded my computer with a new mobo, graphics card, memory, and processor. Here are the specs: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (SP1) AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition Gigabyte 990XA UD3 AM3+ (BIOS version: F6 SAPPHIRE 100315L Radeon HD 6850 1GB and 8GB Corsair 1600 SDRAM. Everything has been working great... EXCEPT the internet. I have tried connecting wired and wirelessly to the router and both connections connect to the router and come up as being connected but I can't get to the internet. It says "Limited access" on the wireless connection. The WEP key is 100% correct for my connection settings so that is not the problem. When I try and diagnose via the windows internet adapter properties it ends up saying that there is a problem detected with the network adapter for both local area connection (when wired) and the wireless connection. I have tried contacting Verizon and TP-Link for support on the internet and the wireless adapter but both tech teams assure me their products are working fine. I am guessing it is a problem with the drivers or something within the network adapters for my motherboard. Please any help is very appreciated! Thank you!
TP-Link is one of the largest networking sharing product that manufactures especially for homes or office needs. The company is headquartered in China and supplies its products to almost all countries around the globe.
Although their products are made up of a good quality and serve a long way from their first start, a get to resolve their technical glitches and it defects appear which may be fixed by users themselves or may require expert opinion to figure out the problem and fix that.
Go through the points and fix tp-link limited connectivity issues. Below description will help you to fix an issue in a well professional manner.
1) Problems Related to ISP in TP-Link Routers:- At times, an Internet gets disconnected from the devices or a cable modem arises due to the problem with an Internet Service Provider.
No Connection or displays as limited will appear whether you are connected directly or through TP-Link router. Wait to see if internet connectivity restores back on its own. If it does not restart the modem and try again.
If problem continues, you may need to contact your ISP. If internet is working fine at DSL modem’s end, you need to proceed and focus on the issues with router.
2) Check All Loose Internet Connections or It might be a Weak Signals:- It might your cable connections are not properly inserted or positioned into a wrong plugs. For resolve such type of issue, check all network connections and weak signals which are hope so.
For a Wi-Fi signal, change the place of area or as location, where you get an instant flawless internet access. Now try it again to connect via the internet network.
3) Bridges Wrong Configuration Techniques:- Remember, if a user using bridging mode connection as extending Wi-Fi or as a repeater. Be sure that you’re using different passwords or channels that results, you re no longer connected to any device as it displays no signal in tp-link routers.
Such problems arises then require to check the WDS bridge or as repeater settings that helps to confirm such two matches connected via the Wi-Fi settings of a modem or an access point. If you’ve a different SSID channel name that it doesn’t matter.
4) Password Recovery Issues:- Issues related to password recovery that is more important to do. Such issue can be fix when a user will get hacked their tp-link router password.
Change all password credentials and make a strong password so that nobody can guess it. Try it an alpha-numeric character that will unable to show or difficult to think about the tp-link router password. Also change tp-link router IP address as 192.168.0.1.
After dong so, make a restart your router just to apply all new settings as changed. Thus, hopefully thinks that problems will not persist again or if it is so, then take a tp-link router technical assistance for further discussion. The other way to access your device is to reset it by remote system technology.