New to the TP-Link Community? Getting Started Here!

Welcome to TP-Link Community!

 

TP-Link Community is a place for TP-Link customers from all around the world to find answers, solve problems, share knowledge and get the most out of TP-Link products and services. We hope you enjoy the community and gain valuable insights from one another here.

 

Getting Started:

 

We'll keep this space updated with relevant links and info, but for now, here are a few resources to check out and steps to help you get started.

 

 

1. Register for the Community if you haven’t.

 

Registration helps to maximize your Community experience, it is quick and simple.

Anyone can create an account by clicking the "Register" menu in the upper right.

If you have a TP-Link ID already, go ahead to “Log In”.

 

2. Create your Community signature.

 

The community signature will show up at the bottom of all your posts. Feel free to add a small bit of personal or professional information like your TP-Link products, and your application scenario. You can also politely request kudos.

 

3. Read the Community Guidelines.

 

Don’t be scared to read the community guidelines, it isn’t that long nor in legalese.

The community guidelines help us to understand what it means to be a member here.

The rules are simple and come down to: Be Respectful & Use Common Sense.

 

4. Select your Community for relevant topics.

 

Based on the product lines, there are 3 community categories in the TP-Link community.

To find relevant topics, you may visit the corresponding community and forums.

 

There are several product forums including DecoWi-Fi RoutersRange ExtendersPowerline AdaptersAccess PointsDSL Modem&Routers3G/4G Routers/MiFiAdapters, and so on. 

 

There are several product forums including Tapo Smart CameraTapo Smart PlugTapo smart BulbKasa CameraKasa Smart PlugsKasa Smart BulbsKasa Smart Switches, and so on.

 

There are several product forums including Omada Cloud SDNOmada EAPBusiness SwitchesBusiness RoutersPharos Wireless BroadbandVIGI Surveillance, and so on.

 

5. Have fun with the community, including but not limited to the following:

 

Search  the community to find answers,

Give kudos  to threads or replies you find helpful,

Subscribe  to topics you want to follow,

Bookmark  topics you think are useful,

Start a New Thread in one of the product forums to ask questions,

Reply to posts to provide your insights or share your experience,

Share your stories with community members.

And more ...

 

 

Some Tips For YOU:

 

When you find this post, you may also read the following additional items that may be useful to help you become acquainted with the TP-Link Community.

 

  • Want to know more about the structure of the Home Network Community?

Read about How to Get Started with the TP-Link Community.

 

  • Need help with the TP-Link products?

Read about the best ways to get your problems resolved.

 

  • Have a feature request for TP-Link products?

Read about the best ways to get your voice heard.

 

  • Have feedback or ideas for the TP-Link Community itself, let us know HERE.

 

See you soon in the forums!

 

 

*Note: This is not the place to spam or ask for help, please find an appropriate thread or line of communication.

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About Me:

I'm one member of TP-Link Home Network Community Moderators. My goal is to encourage community growth and improve its accessibility, making our community forum a more engaging and active place for our valued customers to engage not only with TP-Link officials but also with each other.

 

Hope that we can all work together to make this a friendly and constructive community!

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I have a TL-WR1043N(EU) router and do not allow the 5Ghz mode for 300Mbps wifi. The hardware says it is capable of it, so how i can do it? It it a restriction only in EU ?. Must pay an extra for use 5Ghz?

thankyou

@joefile 

 

The TL-WR1043N supports 2.4GHz only, it is a single band router. That is why you cannot detect the 5GHz network. 

Frequency 2.4-2.4835GHz

 

May I know where did you see that it is capable of 5GHz? Could you please show us a link? 

 

 

hola buenas noches,quise hacer un hilo pero la verdad no pude... Mi problema es q me compre una antena cpe-610 para obtener internet de maso menos 100 mts de mi casa,el problema es q no me deja conectar a la red wifi a la q quiero hacerlo,solo me deja con las redes libres ( osea sin contraseñas) a la q me quiero conectar muestra q agarra la señal pero no me da el internet,ojala me puedan ayudar,desde ya muchas gracias!

@ivan-leiva 

 

For the CPE610, please start a thread in our business community. https://community.tp-link.com/en/business/forum/2 

I have a RE450  WiFi range extender.  Have set it up using Tether. Given it a password, but now can’t log into it. Also shows up as unsecured. Changed the password, same thing. Have I missed a step somewhere?

@HelenD 

 

You need create an account to login to the Tether app, while the login password to access the RE450 is different, it is admin by default; you can hard reset it if it still does not work, and then refer to the instruction below to configure it.

https://www.tp-link.com/support/faq/1373/

 

Hei.

Har koblet direkte fra router til Deco M5, og den starter.

Men den blå lampen står og blinker.  

Kommer ikke videre ......

Hi,I have tp-link AC600 Archer T2UH Dual Band but it's obviously only single band because I cannot connect to 5ghz over my android phone.I tried everything,drivers,changing all stuff in device manager,region numbers,reconnect,but it just cannot find 5ghz and 2,4 works without any prolem.My hardware supports 5ghz,I have latest updates for windows.Can you help me with this or I need to make a refund and take adapter from other manufacturer because oblviously I didn't get what I paid for.