TP-Link Wireless 150MBPS wireless N Nano router in client mode unable to get internet access

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TP-Link Wireless 150MBPS wireless N Nano router in client mode unable to get internet access
TP-Link Wireless 150MBPS wireless N Nano router in client mode unable to get internet access
2019-08-26 07:26:47
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Hi there,

 

I have tried to setup the wireless TP-link router as client mode for Wifi extension of the printer to connect into the office wifi environment.

 

1) From TP-link wifi router connected via wifi to AP able to ping (using Vlans #5)

 

2) from PC ping to tp link wifi router which is connected <----> network switch ----> APs (using Vlans #5) is unable to ping to the TP link wifi router.

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Re:TP-Link Wireless 150MBPS wireless N Nano router in client mode unable to get internet access
2019-08-27 02:24:32

@NickSG 

 

What is the model number of the TP-link router? 

 

Meanwhile, you mentioned VLAN 5, does AP use VLAN 5? Could you please provide more information about the network diagram/topology? 

 

And about the ping result, I'm a little confused? Which is pinable? And which is not? 

 

Thanks for your clarification in advance, have a nice day. 

 

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Re:Re:TP-Link Wireless 150MBPS wireless N Nano router in client mode unable to get internet access
2019-08-27 02:50:39

What is the model number of the TP-link router?

->Model No TL-WR702N

 

you mentioned VLAN 5, does AP use VLAN 5? Could you please provide more information about the network diagram/topology? 

-> yes i already set the static IP address in the TP-Link wifi router, disable DHCP + Wifi Connection A SSID typed correctly twice

 

And about the ping result, I'm a little confused? Which is pinable? And which is not?

-> Pingable

     -> PC (A) to network switch is pingable

     -> Printer connected to TP-Link wifi router via LAN to Wifi AP (example Wifi Connection A) -> Network Switch

 

-> Unpingable

    -> PC (A) to network switch -> TP-Link Wifi Router

    -> Printer connect to TP-Link Wifi Router to Wifi AP (Wifi Connection A)  unable to ping to PC (A) connected on network switch

 

File:
RF international TP-link wireless N nano router layout.pptxDownload
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