Problem pairing a new extender with an existing TP-Link Powerline Adapter

Problem pairing a new extender with an existing TP-Link Powerline Adapter
Problem pairing a new extender with an existing TP-Link Powerline Adapter
2021-07-25 18:18:05
Hardware Version:
Firmware Version:

I've just bought a TP-Link WPA4220 Kit, as I'm trying to strength my wifi near to my home electric car charging point.

 

I already have a TP-Link powerline kit (AV500) which transports wifi to its paired extender in an outhouse in my garden.

 

I'm therefore trying to get this new WPA4220 extender to strength the Wifi within my house, however i am struggling to get it to connect to my existing old TP-Link powerline adapter.

 

I've been told you can run two extenders off the one adapter, is that correct? If so, how do I do this? I've struggled to do this so far so any help will be greatly received.

 

Thank you.

0
0
#1
Options
1 Reply
Re:Problem pairing a new extender with an existing TP-Link Powerline Adapter
2021-08-03 06:41:12

@hBradders  Hello, 

You could use multiple extenders and one main adapter. Please refer to this instruction to pair the powerline units/ add an extra powerline unit by Powerline Key: 
https://www.tp-link.com/en/support/faq/1615/

 

0
0
#2
Options