Note: Ensure that you have connected your primary router with the modem by an Ethernet cable.
After connecting the router and modem, you should plug your TP Link extender into a wall socket.
In the next step of the TP Link extender setup, you should use an Ethernet cable to connect your extender with the computer.
Now, with on the extender and your PC.
Then, launch your internet browser to visit the official login page TP Link extender setup via tplinkrepeater.net.
Thus, enter the above link in the browser’s address bar and press enter.
Now, the official webpage of the extender setup will appear on the screen.
Here, you should enter the login credentials of the extender.
Note: the default login ID and password of the TP Link extender setup are “Admin.”
Thus, enter the credentials and hit “login.”
Now, you have successfully logged in to your TP Link extender setup page.
After logging in to the account, navigate to the “Quick Setup” option.
Hit the “Next” button.
Now, you’ll be taken to the next window.
Here, you are prompted to select your region. Thus, choose your region and click on the “Next” tab.
After this, the setup will run a scan to detect all the available wireless router networks in the area.
Now, the available network list will open your computer screen.
From this list, you should select your router network and click on it.
Now, you will be taken to the next window.
Here, you should enter your router login ID and password.
In the next step of the TP Link extender setup, you should click on the “next” button.
Now the next window will open on the screen.
Note: Two options are given on this page- the “Copy” and “Customize” options. Thus, if you want to have a single extensive network via TP Link extender set up, you should click on the “Copy” button. If you need to create a different network, you should select “Customize.”
After selecting your preferred option, you should tap on the “Next” tab.
Now, you should cross-check the details and click on the edit button any changes are required.