Google's reCAPTCHA on unusual traffic after using a TP-Link router

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Google's reCAPTCHA on unusual traffic after using a TP-Link router
Google's reCAPTCHA on unusual traffic after using a TP-Link router
2018-12-13 11:36:18

So I bought a TP-Link N router (WR850N). After setting up the router, whenever I visit Google, it responsed back with a reCAPTCHA saying "our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network".

 

I am not sure if it is the issue with the router, but, since, this problem problem has started occurring after setting up the router, it might be router which is causing the problem.

 

However, I would be happy to know if anyone has already faced this problem or knows how to fix it.

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Re:Google's reCAPTCHA on unusual traffic after using a TP-Link router
2018-12-15 18:35:03

Honestly, that doesn't look like to be router specific problem. Google often requires users for verification if it thinks they are suspectious, it could be due to browser, Ip or anything else.

 

Just give it some time, after you'll complete enough captchas they will remove it and everything will be ok.

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