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TL-WN725N
TL-WN725N
2019-07-16 19:40:51
Model: TL-WN725N  
Hardware Version: V3
Firmware Version:

i bought TL-WN725N doesn't support TL-WN725N in windows 10. which TP model support hostednetwork ?

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Re:TL-WN725N
2019-07-17 02:22:21

@waellol 

 

TL-WN725N V3 supports Windows 10. Click here to get the driver of it. 

 

Besides, you can click here to get more information. 

2022 TP-Link Wi-Fi 7 Product Launch Event | Watch the Replay at https://www.tp-link.com/us/wifi7/event/.
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2019-07-19 17:34:42

i chcked hostednetwork not supporeted when using TL-WN725N 

netsh wlan show drivers  > no

 

which modle that support hostednetwork?

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2019-07-22 01:53:51

@waellol 

 

What is hosted network? 

 

With 725N installed on your computer, can you detect any wifi networks? Like the hosted network? 

 

And is there any error message if you failed to join it? 

2022 TP-Link Wi-Fi 7 Product Launch Event | Watch the Replay at https://www.tp-link.com/us/wifi7/event/.
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2019-07-22 13:06:14

i'm not connting to any AP.

hosted network is they way for Win10 to create Ad-hoc session

also config utility for TL-WN725N not installed when instaling the driver

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2019-07-23 09:08:55 - last edited 2019-07-23 09:09:18

@waellol 

 

I did not catch your point,  do you want to set it up as the soft AP? If so, you can use the built-in hotspot on Windows 10 to do that. 

 

As far as I know, Windows 10 is unable to connet Ad-hoc wireless network.

 

Meanwhile, we do not have to use TP-link utility anymore, the computer has its own built-in utility to connect to network.

2022 TP-Link Wi-Fi 7 Product Launch Event | Watch the Replay at https://www.tp-link.com/us/wifi7/event/.
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2019-07-24 19:04:29

Hosted networks, is the way for windows 10 to create ad-hoc session, but the command said WLAN adaber not supported. i tried AD-hoc successfully with TL-WN722N. so my question which TP micro module support hosted Networks?

 

i tried using TP Utility which is only aviable for version2.

it worked just once and connected my phone to softAP, phone didn't access internet . phone assigned ip 192.168.137.x & main NIC where ICS has 172.16.15.x

all other times i try enabling SoftAP, i got error message "failed to configure softap mode please have a check and disconnect ad hoc".

please advice

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2019-07-25 10:20:58

@waellol 

 

Thanks for your reply, the Windows 10 does not support this feature to setup AD-hoc network on it, it does not support this protocol. 

 

While the Windows 7 computer can. 

2022 TP-Link Wi-Fi 7 Product Launch Event | Watch the Replay at https://www.tp-link.com/us/wifi7/event/.
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2020-01-13 18:47:27 - last edited 2020-01-13 18:48:37

Yes Windows 10 does suport ad-hoc but the driver may support it first.

 

The command (in cmd with admin access): netsh wlan show drivers

shows up if the drivers support it or not.

 

For example my "Dell Wireless 1705" driver does support hosted network but my "Realtek RTL8188EU" (its a TL-WN723N) does not.

Hosted network is like a SoftAP/ad-hoc but managed entirely by Windows.

 

My question is, which models of TpLink usb adapters does support it?

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