My TP-Link router is not connecting to WorldCall broadband connection. When I try to connect both of them, error message display on the screen. I don't have router's manual guide so I am stuck here and don't know how to change the settings. I have done the quick setup but that doesn't work. Can someone please help me with the settings for the TP Link router with my Worldcall broadband connection?
Here, we will discuss in detail on how to connect your Tp-link router to world call broadband connections. Follow the steps carefully in order to get the solution.
Step 1: Connect your Worldcall broadband to your computer using the ethernet cable and wait for few minutes to let the connection establish and get stable.
Step 2: Now, go to “Network & Sharing Centre” and click on the “Change Adapter settings”. there you will see your broadband connection.
Step 3: Right-click on the USB Worldcall Broadband icon and choose “Properties” from the drop-down menu and go to Network Sharing tab.
Step 4: Click manages wireless networks and then click on the “ADD” button on the new network or AD-HOC network.
Step 5: When you click the AD-HOC network, you will be taken to a new window where you just have to follow the instructions to complete the setup. So click next until the setup completes and then click Finish to complete the setup.
Step 6: Once this is complete, you will need to fill in certain details about the USB network in the next window. Once done finish and save the settings. Now you have created a wireless connection successfully.
You can take reference for these steps from the picture given below:
Hopefully, the above-given steps helped you in getting to a solution. Kindly revert back with your query if you face any difficulty while following these steps.
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