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AC1900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router
Archer C9
REV4.0.0
1910012048

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    User Guide AC1900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router Archer C9 REV4.0.0 1910012048...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 5. TP-Link Cloud Service ........21...
  • Page 3 7. 1. Access the USB Storage Device ..........33 7.
  • Page 4 13. 3. 1. Online Upgrade ........... . . 78 13.
  • Page 5: About This Guide

    The Quick Installation Guide can be found where you find this guide or inside the package of the router. Specifications can be found on the product page at http://www.tp-link.com. A Technical Support Forum is provided for you to discuss our products at http://forum.tp-link.com.
  • Page 6: Chapter 1. Get To Know About Your Router

    Chapter Get to Know About Your Router This chapter introduces what the router can do and shows its appearance. It contains the following sections: • Product Overview • Panel Layout...
  • Page 7: Product Overview

    Ethernet ports supply high-speed connection to your wired devices. Moreover, it is simple and convenient to set up and use the TP-Link router due to its intuitive web interface and the powerful Tether app.
  • Page 8: Led Explanation

    Chapter 1 Get to Know About Your Router LED Explanation Name Status Indication The system has started up successfully. The system is starting up or the firmware is being upgraded. Do Flashing (Power) not disconnect or power off your router. Power is off.
  • Page 9: The Side And Back Panel

    Chapter 1 Get to Know About Your Router 1. 2. 2. The Side and Back Panel The following parts (view from left to right) are located on the side and rear panel. Item Description Press and hold the WiFi button for about 2 seconds to turn on or off the WiFi Button wireless function of your router.
  • Page 10: Chapter 2. Connect The Hardware

    Chapter Connect the Hardware This chapter contains the following sections: • Position Your Router • Connect Your Router...
  • Page 11: Position Your Router

    Chapter 2 Connect the Hardware 2. 1. Position Your Router • The product should not be located in a place where it will be exposed to moisture or excessive heat. • Place the router in a location where it can be connected to multiple devices as well as to a power source.
  • Page 12 Chapter 2 Connect the Hardware 2. Turn off the modem, and remove the backup battery if it has one. 3. Connect the modem to your router’s Internet port with an Ethernet cable. 4. Turn on the modem, and then wait about 2 minutes for it to restart. 5.
  • Page 13 Chapter 2 Connect the Hardware • Method 3: Use the WPS button Wireless devices that support WPS, including Android phones, tablets, and most USB network adapters, can be connected to your router through this method. Note: • WPS is not supported by iOS devices. •...
  • Page 14: Chapter 3. Log In To Your Router

    Chapter Log In to Your Router...
  • Page 15 • If the login window does not appear, please refer to the Section. • If you have registered a TP-Link ID and bound your cloud router to it, the login password you created here will be invalid. Please log in to the cloud router using your TP-Link ID.
  • Page 16: Chapter 4. Set Up Internet Connection

    Chapter Set Up Internet Connection This chapter introduces how to connect your router to the internet. The router is equipped with a web-based Quick Setup wizard. It has necessary ISP information built in, automates many of the steps and verifies that those steps have been successfully completed.
  • Page 17: Use Quick Setup Wizard

    ISP. Follow the steps below to check or modify your internet connection settings. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 18 Chapter 4 Set Up Internet Connection Note: If you are unsure of what your connection type is, click Auto Detect. Since different connection types require different cables and connection information, you can also refer to the demonstrations in Step 4 to determine your connection type.
  • Page 19 Chapter 4 Set Up Internet Connection 3 ) If you choose PPPoE, enter the username password provided by your ISP. PPPoE users usually have DSL cable modems. 4 ) If you choose L2TP, enter the username password and choose the Secondary Connection provided by your ISP.
  • Page 20 Chapter 4 Set Up Internet Connection 5 ) If you choose PPTP, enter the username and password, and choose the Secondary Connection provided by your ISP. Different parameters are needed according to the Secondary Connection you have chosen. 5. Click Save. 6.
  • Page 21: Set Up An Ipv6 Internet Connection

    Your ISP provides information about one of the following IPv6 internet connection types: PPPoE, Dynamic IP(SLAAC/DHCPv6), Static IP, 6to4 tunnel, Pass-Through (Bridge). 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 22 Chapter 4 Set Up Internet Connection Dynamic IP(SLAAC/DHCPv6): Click Advanced to input further information if your ISP requires. Click Save and then click Renew. PPPoE: By default, the router uses the IPv4 account to connect to the IPv6 server. Click Advanced to input further information if your ISP requires.
  • Page 23 Chapter 4 Set Up Internet Connection 6to4 Tunnel: An IPv4 internet connection type is a prerequisite for this connection type (Manually Set Up Your Internet Connection). Click Advanced input further information if your ISP requires. Click Save and then click Connect. Pass-Through (Bridge): Click Save...
  • Page 24 Chapter 4 Set Up Internet Connection 5. Configure LAN ports. Windows users are recommended to choose from the first two types. Fill in Address Prefix provided by your ISP, and click Save. Tips: Find Help on the web management page to know more about items. 6.
  • Page 25: Chapter 5. Tp-Link Cloud Service

    TP-Link Cloud service provides a better way to manage your cloud devices. Log in to your router with a TP-Link ID, and you can easily monitor and manage your home network when you are out and about via the Tether app on your smartphone or tablet. To ensure that your router stays new and gets better over time, the TP-Link Cloud will notify you when an important firmware upgrade is avaliable.
  • Page 26: Register A Tp-Link Id

    IDs. • Once the router is bound to your TP-Link ID, you need to log in to the router with the TP-Link ID. • Once you have registered a TP-Link ID on the web management page, you can only register another TP-Link ID via the Tether APP.
  • Page 27: Manage The User Tp-Link Ids

    2. Enter the current password, then a new password twice. And click Save. 5. 3. Manage the User TP-Link IDs The TP-Link ID used to log in to the router for the first time will be automatically bound as the Admin account.
  • Page 28: Add Tp-Link Id To Manage The Router

    3. Click , enter another TP-Link ID as needed and click Save. Note: If you need another TP-Link ID, please register a new one via the Tether app. Install Tether referring to Install the Tether App on Your Smartphones or Tablets.
  • Page 29: Manage The Router Via The Tp-Link Tether App

    Locally Manage Your Router Using the Tether App 1. Connect your device to the router’s wireless network. 2. Launch the Tether app, select the model of your router and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password your set for the router.
  • Page 30: Remotely Manage Your Router Using The Tether App

    • TP-Link Cloud router with the latest firmware. Refer to Upgrade the Firmware update your router to the latest firmware version. • A TP-Link ID bound to your router. If you don’t have a TP-Link ID, refer to Register a TP-Link ID to get one.
  • Page 31 Chapter 5 TP-Link Cloud Service 2. Enter the email address and the password of your TP-Link ID, and then tap Login. 3. Select the model of your router from the My Cloud Device list.
  • Page 32 Chapter 5 TP-Link Cloud Service 4. On the home page, you can check your internet status and connected devices, or click to manage your router remotely as needed.
  • Page 33: Chapter 6. Guest Network

    Chapter Guest Network This function allows you to provide Wi-Fi access for guests without disclosing your main network. When you have guests in your house, apartment, or workplace, you can create a guest network for them. In addition, you can customize guest network options to ensure network security and privacy.
  • Page 34: Create A Network For Guests

    Chapter 6 Guest Network 6. 1. Create a Network for Guests 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced > Guest Network. Locate the Wireless section.
  • Page 35: Customize Guest Network Options

    Chapter 6 Guest Network 6. 2. Customize Guest Network Options 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced > Guest Network. Locate the Settings section. 3. Customize guest network options according to your needs.
  • Page 36: Chapter 7. Usb Settings

    Chapter USB Settings This chapter describes how to use the USB ports to share files, media and a printer from the USB storage devices over your home network locally, or remotely through the internet. The router supports USB external flash drives, hard drives and USB printers. It contains the following sections: •...
  • Page 37: Access The Usb Storage Device

    Chapter 7 USB Settings 7. 1. Access the USB Storage Device Insert your USB storage device into the router’s USB port and then access files stored there locally or remotely. Tips: • If you use USB hubs, make sure no more than 4 devices are connected to the router. •...
  • Page 38: Access The Usb Device Remotely

    Chapter 7 USB Settings ¾ Method 2: Open the Windows Explorer (or go to Computer) and type the server address \\tplinkwifi.net ftp://tplinkwifi.net in the address bar, then press Enter. Windows computer 1 ) Select > Connect to Server. 2 ) Type the server address smb://tplinkwifi.net. 3 ) Click Connect.
  • Page 39 If your ISP assigns a private WAN IP address (such as 192.168.x.x or 10.x.x.x), you cannot use this feature because private addresses are not routed on the Internet. Follow the steps below to configure remote access settings. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 40: Customize The Access Settings

    1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 41 Chapter 7 USB Settings 2. Now you can access the USB disk by visiting \\MyShare (for Windows) or smb:// MyShare (for Mac). ¾ To Only Share Specific Content 1. Focus on the Folder Sharing section. Click the button to disable Share All, then click to add a new sharing folder.
  • Page 42 Chapter 7 USB Settings • Enable Authentication: Tick to enable authentication for this folder sharing, and you will be required to log in to the Sharing Account to access the USB disk. Refer to To Set up Authentication for Data Security to learn more.
  • Page 43 Chapter 7 USB Settings For Windows users, do not set the sharing username the same as the Windows username. Otherwise, Windows credential mechanism may cause the following problems: • If the sharing password is also the same as the Windows password, authentication will not work since the Windows will automatically use its account information for USB access.
  • Page 44: Media Sharing

    7. 3. Printer Sharing The feature of Printer Sharing helps you share a printer with different computers connected to the router. Note: Printers unlisted on this page may be incompatible with the router: http://www.tp-link.com/common/compatible/print-server/. 1. Install the Driver of the Printer...
  • Page 45 USB LED becomes solid on. 3. Install the TP-Link USB Printer Controller Utility TP-Link USB Printer Controller Utility helps you access the shared printer. Download and Install the utility on each computer that needs printer service. 1 ) Visit http://www.tp-link.com/app/usb/.
  • Page 46 Chapter 7 USB Settings 3 ) Click the Auto-Connect for printing tab to pull down a list, then select Set Auto- Connect Printer. Windows 4 ) Select the printer you share, then click Apply. Windows...
  • Page 47 Windows Tips: The Print Server also allows different clients to share the scan feature of MFPs (Multi-Function Printers). To scan with TP-Link USB Printer Controller, right-click the printer and select Network Scanner. Then, a scanning window will pop up. Finish the scanning process by following on-screen instructions.
  • Page 48: Chapter 8. Parental Controls

    Chapter Parental Controls This function allows you to block inappropriate, explicit and malicious websites, and control access to specified websites at specified time.
  • Page 49 Wikipedia.org from 18:00 (6PM) to 22:00 (10PM) at the weekend and not other times. How can I 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or do that? the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 50 Chapter 8 Parental Controls 5. Enter a Description for the entry, tick the Enable This Entry checkbox, and then click OK. 6. Select Whitelist as the restriction policy. Tips: • With Blacklist selected, the controlled devices cannot access any websites containing the specified keywords during the Internet Access Time period.
  • Page 51 Chapter 8 Parental Controls Done! Now you can control your children’s internet access as needed.
  • Page 52: Chapter 9. Qos

    Chapter This chapter introduces how to create a QoS (Quality of Service) rule to specify prioritization of traffic and minimize the impact caused when the connection is under heavy load. It contains the following sections: • Prioritize Internet Traffic with QoS •...
  • Page 53: Prioritize Internet Traffic With Qos

    Internet for my phone. How can I 1. Enable QoS and set bandwidth allocation. do that? 1 ) Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2 ) Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 54: Update The Database

    This function can help to add or update the applications the router supports. If the applications you need are not listed in the Application list, you can try to download the new version and upgrade the datebase. New database versions are posted at www.tp-link.com and can be downloaded for free.
  • Page 55 Chapter 9 1. Download the latest QoS database from our website www.tp-link.com. 2. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 3. Go to Advanced > > Database. Click Browse to select the database upgrade file, and then click Upgrade.
  • Page 56: Chapter 10. Network Security

    Chapter Network Security This chapter guides you on how to protect your home network from cyber attacks and unauthorized users by implementing these three network security functions. You can protect your home network against DoS (Denial of Service) attacks from flooding your network with server requests using DoS Protection, block or allow specific client devices to access your network using Access Control, or you can prevent ARP spoofing and ARP attacks using IP &...
  • Page 57: Protect The Network From Cyber Attacks

    DoS Protection can protect your home network against DoS attacks from flooding your network with server requests. Follow the steps below to configure DoS Protection. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 58: Access Control

    Block or allow specific client devices to access my network (via wired or wireless). How can I 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or do that? the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 59: Ip & Mac Binding

    Chapter 10 Network Security 3 ) Click Block above the Online Devices table. The selected devices will be added to Devices in Blacklist automatically. To allow specific device(s): 1 ) Select Whitelist and click Save. 2 ) Click in the Devices in Whitelist section.
  • Page 60 Chapter 10 Network Security I want to: Prevent ARP spoofing and ARP attacks. How can I 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or do that? the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 61: Chapter 11. Nat Forwarding

    The TP-Link router supports four forwarding rules. If two or more rules are set, the priority of implementation from high to low is Virtual Servers, Port Triggering, UPNP and DMZ.
  • Page 62: Share Local Resources On The Internet By Virtual Servers

    How can I 1. Assign a static IP address to your PC, for example do that? 192.168.0.100. 2. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 3. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 63: Open Ports Dynamically By Port Triggering

    VoIPs, video players and common applications including MSN Gaming Zone, Dialpad and Quick Time 4 players, etc. Follow the steps below to configure the Port Triggering rules: 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 64: Make Applications Free From Port Restriction By Dmz

    Chapter 11 NAT Forwarding 3. Click View Existing Applications, and select the desired application. The Triggering Port, External Port Protocol will be automatically filled in. The following picture takes application MSN Gaming Zone as an example. 4. Click OK. Tips: •...
  • Page 65: Make Xbox Online Games Run Smoothly By Upnp

    How can I 1. Assign a static IP address to your PC, for example do that? 192.168.0.100. 2. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 3. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 66 Therefore, you can play Xbox online games without a hitch. Internet XBOX Router If necessary, you can follow the steps to change the status of UPnP. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 67: Chapter 12. Customize Your Network Settings

    Chapter Customize Your Network Settings This chapter guides you on how to configure advanced network features. It contains the following sections: • Change the LAN Settings • Configure to Support IPTV Service • Specify DHCP Server Settings • Set Up a Dynamic DNS Service Account •...
  • Page 68: Change The Lan Settings

    If the IP address conflicts with another device on your local network or your network requires a specific IP subnet, you can change it. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 69 Chapter 12 Customize Your Network Settings 2 ) Click Save. 3 ) After configuring IGMP proxy, IPTV can work behind your router now. You can connect your set-top box to any of the router’s Ethernet port. If IGMP is not the technology your ISP applies to provide IPTV service: 1 ) Tick Enable...
  • Page 70: Specify Dhcp Server Settings

    IP Address Pool. You can change the settings of the DHCP Server if necessary, and you can reserve LAN IP addresses for specified client devices. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 71: Set Up A Dynamic Dns Service Account

    Note: DDNS does not work if the ISP assigns a private WAN IP address (such as 192.168.1.x) to the router. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 72 Chapter 12 Customize Your Network Settings Note: To enjoy TP-Link’s DDNS service, you have to log in with a TP-Link ID. If you have not logged in with one, click 4. Click Register in the Domain Name List if you have selected TP-Link, and enter the Domain Name as needed.
  • Page 73: Create Static Routes

    Chapter 12 Customize Your Network Settings 5. Click Login and Save. Tips: If you want to use a new DDNS account, please click Logout first, and then log in with a new account. 12. 5. Create Static Routes Static routing is a form of routing that is configured manually by a network administrator or a user by adding entries into a routing table.
  • Page 74 1. Change the routers’ LAN IP addresses to two different IP I do that? addresses on the same subnet. Disable Router B’s DHCP function. 2. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for Router A. 3. Go to Network >...
  • Page 75: Specify Wireless Settings

    The preset SSID and password can be found on the label of the router. You can customize the wireless settings according to your needs. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 76: Use Wps For Wireless Connection

    12. 7. Use WPS for Wireless Connection Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) provides an easier approach to set up a security-protected Wi-Fi connection. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 77: Use The Wps Wizard For Wi-Fi Connections

    Chapter 12 Customize Your Network Settings • PIN (Personal Identification Number) is an eight-character identification number preset to each router. WPS supported devices can connect to your router with the PIN. The default PIN is printed on the label of the router. 12.
  • Page 78: Chapter 13. Manage The Router

    Chapter Manage the Router This chapter will show you the configuration for managing and maintaining your router. It contains the following sections: • Set Up System Time • Test the Network Connectivity • Upgrade the Firmware • Backup and Restore Configuration Settings •...
  • Page 79: Set Up System Time

    Parental Controls. You can choose the way to obtain the system time as needed. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 80: Test The Network Connectivity

    13. 2. Test the Network Connectivity Diagnostics is used to test the connectivity between the router and the host or other network devices. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 81 Chapter 13 Manage the Router 3. Enter the information with the help of page tips: 1 ) Choose Ping Traceroute as the diagnostic tool to test the connectivity; • Ping is used to test the connectivity between the router and the tested host, and measure the round-trip time.
  • Page 82: Upgrade The Firmware

    Do NOT turn off the router during the firmware upgrade. 13. 3. 1. Online Upgrade 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. When the latest firmware is available for your router, the update icon will display in the top-right corner of the page.
  • Page 83: Manual Upgrade

    Manage the Router 13. 3. 2. Manual Upgrade 1. Download the latest firmware file for the router from www.tp-link.com. 2. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 3. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 84: Backup And Restore Configuration Settings

    Moreover, if necessary you can erase the current settings and reset the router to the default factory settings. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 85: Change The Login Password

    • During the resetting process, do not turn off the router. • After reset, you can still use the current login password or the TP-Link ID to log in to the web management page. ¾ To reset the router to factory default settings: 1.
  • Page 86: Password Recovery

    This feature allows you to recover the login password you set for you router in case you forget it. Note: If you are using a TP-Link ID to log in to the web management page, the Password Recovery feature will be disabled. To manage the TP-Link ID, go to Basic >...
  • Page 87: Local Management

    This feature allows you to limit the number of client devices on your LAN from accessing the router by using the MAC address-based authentication. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 88: Remote Management

    6. Click OK. 13. 8. Remote Management This feature allows you to control remote devices’ authority to manage the router. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 89: System Log

    When the router does not work normally, you can save the system log and send it to the technical support for troubleshooting. ¾ To save the system log locally: 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced >...
  • Page 90 It would be great if the system logs could be sent to my mailbox at 8 a.m. every day. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 91: Monitor The Internet Traffic Statistics

    The Traffic Statistics page displays the network traffic of the LAN, WAN and WLAN sent and received packets, allowing you to monitor the volume of internet traffic statistics. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 92: Faq

    Q2. What should I do if I forget my web management password? • If you are using a TP-Link ID to log in, or you have enabled the Password Recovery feature of the router, click...
  • Page 93 4 ) Click LAN settings and deselect the following three options and click OK. 5 ) Go to Advanced > Restore advanced settings, click to save the settings.
  • Page 94 WDS bridging function can be enabled either in 2.4GHz frequency or 5GHz frequency for a dual-band router. We use the WDS bridging function in 2.4GHz frequency as example. 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 95 of the root router is 192.168.0.1, the IP address of the extended router can be 192.168.0.2~192.168.0.254. We take 192.168.0.2 as example.) 2 ) Click Save. Note: Log in to the web management page again if the IP address of the router is altered. 3.
  • Page 96 1. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Advanced > Status to check internet status: As the follow picture shows, if IP Address is a valid one, please try the methods below and try again: •...
  • Page 97 • Make sure the physical connection between the router and the modem is proper. • Clone the MAC address of your computer. 1 ) Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router.
  • Page 98 • Modify the LAN IP address of the router. Note: Most TP-Link routers use 192.168.0.1/192.168.1.1 as their default LAN IP address, which may conflict with the IP range of your existing ADSL modem/router. If so, the router is not able to communicate with your modem and you can’t access the internet.
  • Page 99 1 ) Confirm your internet connection type, which can be learned from the ISP. 2 ) Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with your TP-Link ID or the password you set for the router. 3 ) Go to Advanced > Network >...
  • Page 100 2 ) Exit the wireless configuration tool (the TP-Link Utility, for example). 3 ) Select and right click on...
  • Page 101 1 ) Sometimes you will be asked to type in a PIN number when you connect to the wireless network for the first time. This PIN number is different from the Wireless Password/Network Security Key, usually you can only find it on the label of your router.
  • Page 102 Specifications are subject to change without notice. is a registered trademark of TP-Link Technologies Co., Ltd. Other brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. No part of the specifications may be reproduced in any form or by any means or used to make any derivative such as translation, transformation, or adaptation without permission from TP-Link Technologies Co., Ltd.
  • Page 103 FCC STATEMENT This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
  • Page 104: Rf Exposure Information

    CE Mark Warning This is a class B product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. RF Exposure Information This device meets the EU requirements (1999/5/EC Article 3.1a) on the limitation of exposure of the general public to electromagnetic fields by way of health protection.
  • Page 105: Industry Canada Statement

    Caution: 1. The device for operation in the band 5150–5250 MHz is only for indoor use to reduce the potential for harmful interference to co-channel mobile satellite systems; 2. For devices with detachable antenna(s), the maximum antenna gain permitted for devices in the band 5745-5850 MHz shall be such that the equipment still complies with the e.i.r.p.
  • Page 106 NCC Notice & BSMI Notice: 注意! 依據 低功率電波輻射性電機管理辦法 第十二條 經型式認證合格之低功率射頻電機,非經許可,公司、商號或使用者均 不得擅自變更頻率、加大功率或變更原設計之特性或功能。 第十四條 低功率射頻電機之使用不得影響飛航安全及干擾合法通信;經發現有干 擾現象時,應立即停用,並改善至無干擾時方得繼續使用。前項合法通信,指依 電信規定作業之無線電信。低功率射頻電機需忍受合法通信或工業、科學以及醫 療用電波輻射性電機設備之干擾。 安全諮詢及注意事項 • 請使用原裝電源供應器或只能按照本產品注明的電源類型使用本產品。 • 清潔本產品之前請先拔掉電源線。請勿使用液體、噴霧清潔劑或濕布進行 清潔。 • 注意防潮,請勿將水或其他液體潑灑到本產品上。 • 插槽與開口供通風使用,以確保本產品的操作可靠並防止過熱,請勿堵塞 或覆蓋開口。 • 請勿將本產品置放於靠近熱源的地方。除非有正常的通風,否則不可放在 密閉位置中。 • 請不要私自打開機殼,不要嘗試自行維修本產品,請由授權的專業人士進 行此項工作。 Safety Information • When product has power button, the power button is one of the way to shut off the product;...
  • Page 107 Explanations of the symbols on the product label Symbol Explanation DC voltage Indoor use only RECYCLING This product bears the selective sorting symbol for Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). This means that this product must be handled pursuant to European directive 2012/19/ EU in order to be recycled or dismantled to minimize its impact on the environment.