The purpose of the article is to guide users to complete your router connection settings in the most hassle-free way as possible. Here, the TP-LINK WR720N model has been used as an example in order to assist the users in understanding the directions clearly. After the power cable and Ethernet cables are connected, it’s time to log in to complete the configuration process. The login procedure takes hardly 2 minutes – just reproduce the following steps given below.
TP-Link Router Login Steps:
- Open your internet browser (Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari etc.)
- Type in the IP address that is printed on the back of your router and press enter. It would be of the form: 192.168.0.1 on the browser.
- You could also type in http://tplinklogin.net.
- A pop-up box would then appear, and demand for the Username and Password. Put in admin as the username and the password both, and click “OK”.
- The default page for the router will open.
- Click on the Quick Setup option, in the vertical toolbar on the left-hand side of the screen.
- The next step depends on the type of information your internet service provider (ISP) provided you.
Select STATIC IP if you’ve applied ADSL (Asymmetric digital subscriber line) to realize dial up service and have the information provided as follows:
- IP address: 192.168.0.1
- Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
- Default gateway: 172.31.70.1
- Primary DNS: 126.96.36.199
- Secondary DNS: 188.8.131.52
Also Read: 192.168.1.254 IP Login
Select PPPoE if you have the following information:
- If your ISP has provided you with DHCP information, then choose the DYNAMIC IP option.
- If you do not remember or find the information that you’ve been provided, don’t worry! Click the Auto-Detect button, and the router will automatically detect the connection type.
- In each of the respective cases, simply fill in the information provided by your ISP, as shown above.
- In SSID, fill in the preferred username, i.e. the name that you want to give to your Wi-Fi connection. And in PSK password, enter the password for your internet. Click on Next.
- On the next page, press the Reboot button. A pop up would appear asking for confirmation – click OK.
- Now, just check that in the Status option in the left toolbar, that the Bytes Sent and Received are non-zero.
Finally, simply open the Network connection settings, and you will see a TP-LINK Wi-Fi option with the name that you’d set it to. Click on Connect and enter the password that you had set during configuration. You’re done! Enjoy your high-speed internet connection. Do reach out to us to our technical support in case of any queries or problems, which were very willing to address.