We generally use a router in the home or offices for connecting devices and network security. Router captures long distance of wireless network in the home or offices. Here we will explain steps for reset TP-Link router.
Sometimes we have to reset router due to few reasons. Some reasons below are-
- The Internet is not working on TP-Link router
- Slow internet speed from TP-Link router
- Not connecting devices with TP-Link router
- Auto restarting the TP-Link router
- Not able to access settings
- TP-Link router blinking orange light
- Forgot password and want to recover
There is much more reason which can solve by resetting of the router.
Reset TP-Link router steps-
Before going to reset router first need to know about your internet connection type, its PPPoE or dynamic. In PPPoE type needs username and password provided by your internet provider otherwise you will lose the internet.
Now turn on the router. Look at the back of your router there is a small tiny button or hole depends upon the model. Use a paper clip or pen and press hold for 10 to 20 seconds.
All the lights will blink random and together for a while. Now release the button and restart the router by removing and plugging the power chord.
Now your router is reset as factory default. Connect your device to insecure (factory default has no wireless security) network.
Open your browser and type login IP into the address bar. Usually, login IP became posted on the bottom of the router. These three login ips mostly work 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1, 192.168.2.1 IP addresses.
After typing ip into address bar hit enter and it will prompt a box for username and password. Usually, TP-Link devices have some specific login access. Below are few-
- admin admin
- password admin
- (leave blank) admin
Now you can get TP-Link router setting page. Here you can configure your router settings and password also with the very easy graphic interface.
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