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Change Wi-Fi Coverage ............20 Appearance ............... 1 Change the Extender’s IP Address ........21 LED Explanation ..............1 DHCP Server ................22 Button and Port Explanation ............ 2 Set the DHCP Server ............22 Position the Extender ............... 2 DHCP Client List ..............
RE Button This chapter covers the following topics: LED Explanation Button and Port Explanation Position the Extender RESET Ethernet Port Statue Color Indication The extender is connected to the router, and is in a Green good location. The extender is connected to the router, but is too far Orange away from the router.
For safety, we suggest you plug the extender right way up as the picture shows (Range Extender/WPS) Button: If your Wireless router supports WPS below. function, you can press the WPS button and then press the RE button of the extender to establish a secure connection between the wireless router and the extender.
Please read this chapter carefully before using the device. The operating distance range of your wireless connection can vary significantly depending on the physical position of the wireless devices. Factors that can weaken signals by getting in the way of your network’s radio waves are metal appliances or obstructions and walls.
Place your extender in a well-ventilated place far from direct sunlight, any heater or heating vent. Leave at least 2 inches (5cm) space around the device for heat dissipation. Unplug your extender in a lighting storm to avoid damage. ...
Enjoy! The extender adds _EXT to the end of the host network’s SSID and has the same Wi-Fi password. If the LED does not orange), please turn solid green (or Option Two: Using Web Browser. Some ISP gateways disable the WPS function by ...
Connect to the Extender Via Wireless ● For Windows Users Disconnect the Ethernet (wired) connection to your computer. Click the Wi-Fi icon on the taskbar and connect to the extender's network TP-LINK_WA855RE. Via Ethernet Cable ● Disable the Wi-Fi on your computer. Connect your computer to the extender via an Ethernet cable.
Select your router’s 2.4GHz Network and enter its wireless password (NOT the account password you just created for management), then click Next. Create an account for secure management purpose, then click Confirm. Connect the Extender to the Internet...
Either keep the default SSID or customize it for the extended 2.4GHz network, then click Next. Enjoy! Unless you customized the extended network name during the configuration, the extender adds _EXT to the end of the host network’s SSID and has the same Wi-Fi password.
Set the extender to AP mode Connect your computer to your extender’s wireless network. Launch a web browser and log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, click Mode in the top right corner, select Access Point and click Save. The extender can be used as a wireless adapter to connect any Ethernet- The extender will switch to AP mode and reboot automatically.
extender operates in 802.11n mode, because TKIP is not supported by 802.11n specification and the WPS function. Enter a new password in the Password field. If WEP is selected, Select the security type. The defult is auto, which automatically chooses Open System or Shared Key based on the capability Network Name (SSID): Set a SSID for your AP’s wireless network.
Channel: Select the operating channel for the wireless network. It is recommended to leave the channel to Auto, if you are not experiencing the intermittent wireless connection issue. Enjoy the Internet Now you can connect to the AP’s wireless network to enjoy the Internet. Within 2 minutes push the WPS button on your client device.
“Connect successfully” will appear on this page, which means that your client device has connected to the AP by WPS. Method THREE: Enter the AP’s PIN code on your client device Use this method if your client device requires the AP’s PIN code. Launch a web browser, log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, and then go to Settings >...
Launch a web browser, log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, and then go to Settings > Status page. You can view the network connection status in this page. The normal status. ● The extender is failed to connect to the wireless network of your router. ●...
The extender is failed to connect to the NTP server, or failed to obtain ● the DNS server address. Please check your host network. Launch a web browser, log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, and then go to Settings > Status page. Instructions Click the icon of your router, the extender and clients.
If you want to extend another network, you can refer to the following steps to finish it quickly. Launch a web browser, log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, and then go to Settings > Wireless > Connect to Network page. Enable Connect to 2.4GHz Network. Then click Wireless Scanner to scan the wireless network you want to extend.
Select the network you want to extend from the list. Once a network is selected, the SSID and security settings of that network will automatically be filled in. If the host network is encrypted, enter the password and click Save. When Host 2.4GHz Security is WEP, please select the index same as the host network.
Secure the Extended Network On the Extended Network page, you can change and hide the wireless network Change your Admin Account name (SSID) of the extender, as well as enable or disable the wireless network of the extender. Launch a web browser, log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, and then go to Launch a web browser, log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, and then go to Settings >...
select them and click Block to add them at the same time. Block / Allow Network Access for Specific Clients For increased security, you can restrict access to the extended network by allowing only specific wireless devices in the pre-set white list, or preventing the devices in the pre-set black list from connecting to the extended network.
Whitelist Mode Only the devices in the Whitelist are allowed to connect to the extender. Launch a web browser, log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, and then go to Settings > Advanced Settings > Access Control page. Click the button to enable the Access Control function. Select Whitelist as default access mode, then click Save.
Modify or Remove a Device in the Blacklist/Whitelist Launch a web browser, log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, and then go to Settings > Advanced Settings > Access Control page. In the Devices in Blacklist / Whitelist part: Click the icon , and then you can modify the device name and mac ●...
Settings > Network page. Select Use the following IP address, then enter the IP address and gateway manually. IP Address: Enter the IP address in dotted-decimal notation (192.168.0.254 by default). Change the Extender’s IP Subnet: Enter the subnet mask in dotted-decimal notation that ...
IP Address Pool: start address and end address must be DHCP Server on the same subnet with LAN IP. Your extender will assign addresses within this specified range to its clients. The extender can be configured as a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server to assign IP addresses automatically to the clients on the LAN.
MAC Address: The MAC address of the DHCP client. Assigned IP Address: The IP address that is assigned to the client by the DHCP server. Lease Time: The time duration that the IP address is leased to the ...
For power-saving purpose, you can power off the extender according to the pre- set time schedule by enabling this power schedule function. Launch a web browser, log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, and then go to Settings > Advanced Settings > Power Schedule page. Set the power-off schedule of your extender by following the below steps: This chapter covers the following topics: ...
The extender obtain the current time from the Internet automatically. You can set the time zone of your location via the Time Settings page. Launch a web browser, log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, and then go to Settings > System Tools > Time Settings page. Select the Time Zone of your location, then click Save.
Please DO NOT power off the extender during the upgrade process. On your computer, download the latest firmware file from our support page at http://tp-link.com. Launch a web browser, log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, and then go to Settings > System Tools > Firmware Upgrade page.
Launch a web browser and log into http://tplinkrepeater.net, then go to Settings > System Tools > Backup & Restore page. Click Factory Restore to reset your extender to its factory default settings. Please DO NOT power off the extender during the backup process.
level. Launch a web browser and log into http://tplinkrepeater.net. Click Reboot on the top right corner to reboot the extender. If you have logged into the web management page http://tplinkrepeater.net, click Logout in the top right corner to log out safely. Click Save Log to save all the logs in a txt file to your computer.
Name Status Username admin Password admin IP Address 192.168.0.254 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 This chapter covers the following topics: Domain http://tplinkrepeater.net Factory Default Settings SSID TP-LINK_WA855RE Troubleshooting Wireless Security Disabled Specifications Glossary Access Control Disabled T1. How do I restore my extender to its factory default settings? There are two ways to reset the extender: Option One: With the extender powered on, use a pin to press the ●...
● An easy way is to compare the signal strength of your target wireless network (symbolized by its SSID), with TL-WA855RE in operation vs. out T4. I enabled a wireless MAC filter, wireless access control, or access of operation. Before comparison, you’d better make sure your computer control list (ACL) on my router.
Wireless router (or AP) and the terminal clients; so the transmission 11n：up to 300Mbps time will be double-increased, while the speed will be decreased. TP-LINK recommends that you connect to the extender when your home network Radio Data Rate 11g：54/48/36/24/18/12/9/6Mbps...
devices in a network to communicate with each other, all devices must be configured with the same SSID. This is typically the configuration parameter for a wireless PC card. It corresponds to the ESSID in the wireless Access 802.11b - The 802.11b standard specifies a wireless networking at 11 Mbps ●...
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