About This Guide This guide is a complement to Quick Installation Guide. The Quick Installation Guide provides instructions for quick internet setup, while this guide contains details of each function and demonstrates how to configure them in typical scenarios. Features available in the powerline may vary by model and software version. Powerline availability may also vary by region or ISP.
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Chapter Get to Know Your Powerline Extender This chapter introduces what the powerline extender can do and describes its main features and appearance. It contains the following sections: • Product Overview • Product Appearance...
Get to Know Your Powerline Extender Product Overview TP-Link’s Powerline Wi-Fi Extender is a combined wired/wireless network expansion device. With the help of your home’s existing electrical circuitry, it can extend your Wi-Fi to wherever you want in your house.
Chapter 1 Get to Know Your Powerline Extender Name Status Indication The 2.4GHz wireless band is enabled. The 2.4GHz wireless band is disabled. 2.4GHz Wireless The powerline extender is cloning 2.4GHz wireless Flashing network settings from the main router. The 5GHz wireless band is enabled. The 5GHz wireless band is disabled.
Chapter 1 Get to Know Your Powerline Extender Press and hold the button for at least 5 seconds to turn the wireless function on or off. The wireless function is on by default. Pair Button Press and hold the button for 1 second on two powerline devices within two minutes to join a powerline network .
Chapter Initial Use This chapter guides you on how to use the powerline extender when you first open the package. It contains the following sections: • To Set Up a New Secure Wireless Network • To Extend the Existing Wireless Network...
2. Plug the powerline adapter into a wall socket. 3. Plug the powerline extender into a wall socket near the adapter. Wait until the extender’s Powerline LED turns solid on. Extender TL-WPA8631P Adapter TL-PA8010P (For demonstration only) r l i n Router...
Chapter 2 Initial Use 4. Relocate the new extender to the Wi-Fi “dead” zone. Connect your devices to the internet using the SSIDs (network name) and password printed on the label at the side of the extender. SSID:TP-Link_XXXX SSID:TP-Link_XXXX_5G Wireless Password:XXXXXXXX Done! Now enjoy the internet with the SSIDs and password printed on the label! Method 2: Pairing...
2 minutes Blinking Powerline Extender Powerline Adapter TL-WPA8631P (For demonstration only) 5. Relocate the new extender to the Wi-Fi “dead” zone. Connect your devices to the internet using the SSIDs (network name) and password printed on the label at the side of the extender.
1. Plug the new powerline extender into a wall socket near one of the existing powerline extender. r l i n New Powerline Extender TL-WPA8631P Existing Powerline Device (For demonstration only) 2. Check the new extender’s Powerline LED . Is it on? •...
New Powerline Extender Powerline Device TL-WPA8631P 4. Relocate the new extender to the Wi-Fi “dead” zone. A . Use the SSIDs (network name) and password on the label at the side of the new extender to connect to the internet.
Chapter Configuring via Web Management Interface The powerline extender has a management interface to configure all settings. The management interface can be opened on any device that has a web browser, such as Internet Explorer, Chrome or Firefox. This chapter is going to give detailed information on what functions the powerline extender has and how to configure them.
1. Connect your computer to the powerline extender via an Ethernet cable or wirelessly. 2. Obtain and install the tpPLC Utility from the product’s Support page at https://www.tp-link.com. 3. Open the utility, move your mouse over your powerline extender, and click the icon that appears beside it.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 3 1 2 Change the Login Account Follow the steps below to change the account. 1. Go to System Tools > Administration. 2. Follow instructions on the page to set a new password. A strong password should be at least 8 characters in length, combining uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and punctuations.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 3. Click the icon and enter the Powerline Key of the device you want to add. The Powerline Key contains 16 capital letters, formed like XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX. It is printed on the back of the powerline device. 4.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 3. Change the Network Name. You can also click Default to use the default network name, e.g. HomePlugAV. However, if the default name is used, the Wi-Fi Move function will be automatically disabled. 4.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface How can I do that? 1. Connect to the powerline extender wirelessly. Visit http://tplinkplc.net, and log in with the password you set for the extender. 2. Go to Wireless > Wi-Fi Clone. 3. Select a Wi-Fi band or both to be cloned. 2.4GHz &...
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface Done! When the corresponding Wi-Fi LED blinks quickly for 3 seconds and then stays on. It’s done! Wireless Network 3 5 1 Customize Wireless Settings The powerline extender’s wireless network name (SSID) and password, and security option are preset in the factory.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface To have more advanced settings Click Advanced below Password to have more advanced settings. Security: Select an option from the Security drop-down list. The extender provides three options, No Security, WPA/WPA2 Personal (Recommended), and WEP. WPA2 uses the newest standard and the security level is the highest.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface Channel: Select the channel you want to use from the drop-down list. This field determines which operating frequency will be used. It is not necessary to change the wireless channel unless you notice interference problems with another nearby access point.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 4. Click to add an entry. 5. Choose LED Off Time from 00:00 to 7:00, and then check all boxes from Sunday to Saturday. Note: Please make sure that the system time is correct before using this function. 6.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 7. Click to save the settings. Done! Now your LEDs will be turned off automatically at 00:00 and turned on at 7:00am the next morning. Schedule Your Wireless Function I want to: Automatically turn off my wireless network at times when I do not need the wireless connection.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 3. Toggle to enable the Wi-Fi Scheduler. If you are prompted like the following picture, click Continue. 4. Check the box of Do not turn off Wi-Fi while clients are connected to it and click Save.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 8. Click to save the settings. Done! Now your Wi-Fi will be automatically turned off at 00:00 and turned on at 7:00am the next morning. Note: The Wi-Fi LED will turn off if the wireless network is disabled. Parental Controls I want to: Control when my children’s wireless devices can access the internet.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 3. Toggle to enable Parental Controls. If you are prompted like the following picture, click Continue. 4. Click Add. 5. Click View Existing Devices, and select the device to be controlled. Or, enter the Address manually.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 7. Enter a Description for the entry. 8. Click Enable this entry to make it effective. 9. Click to save the settings. Done! Now the controlled device can access only from 18:00 (6PM) to 22:00 (10PM) on weekdays and not other times.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 4. Click Save to make the settings effective. 5. Click 2.4GHz 5GHz to choose a wireless band, and configure the following settings. • To enable or disable the guest network function: Select the box to enable the guest network function. Deselect the box to disable guest network function.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface device’s MAC address. For example, I have a computer that is connected to my wireless network. Now, an unknown device (an intruder) is also using my wireless network, which affects my internet speed. I would like to control my wireless network with the following capabilities: •...
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 6. Click View Devices to see how many devices are now connected to the network. Click Choose to choose a device. You can also enter the MAC Address manually. 7. Give a description of the entry in the Description field.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface • To automatically synchronize the time: 1. Select your local Time Zone from the drop-down menu. 2. In the NTP Server I field, enter the IP address or domain name of your desired NTP Server.
3 11 3 Upgrade the Firmware TP-Link is dedicated to improving and richening the product features, giving you a better network experience. We will release the latest firmware at TP-Link official website, you can download the latest firmware file from our website: www.tp-link.com...
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 3. Click Backup to save a copy of the current settings to your local computer. A config. file will be stored to your computer. • To restore configuration settings: 1. Connect to the powerline extender wirelessly. Visit http://tplinkplc.net, and log in with the password you set for the extender.
Chapter 3 Configuring via Web Management Interface 3 11 5 System Log When the extender does not work properly, you can save the system log and send it to the technical support for troubleshooting. Follow the steps below to save the system log: 1.
Chapter OneMesh with Seamless Roaming This chapter introduces the TP-Link OneMesh feature. It contains the following sections: • What‘s a OneMesh Network • How to Set Up a OneMesh Network...
Devices automatically switch between your router and extenders as you move through your home for the fastest possible speeds. Easy Setup and Management Easily set up and manage a unified OneMesh network. To check full list of TP-Link OneMesh devices, scan the QR code, or visit https://www.tp-link.com/One-Mesh/compatibility. Unified OneMesh Network SAME Network Name &...
Chapter 4 OneMeshTM with Seamless Roaming How to Set Up a OneMesh Network You can manage all mesh devices in the OneMesh network all on your router’s web page. Follow the steps below to create a OneMesh network. 1. Connect the extender to your computer wirelessly. Visit http://tplinkplc.net, and log in with the password you set for the extender.
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2400 MHz -2483.5 MHz (20dBm) 5150 MHz -5250 MHz (23dBm) EU Declaration of Conformity TP-Link hereby declares that the device is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of directives 2014/53/EU, 2009/125/EC, 2011/65/EU and (EU)2015/863. The original EU declaration of conformity may be found at https://www.tp-link.com/en/ce RF Exposure Information This device meets the EU requirements (2014/53/EU Article 3.1a) on the limitation of...
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