How to configure Local and Remote Management on High Power Wireless N Router? (Router mode--new logo)

Here we take TL-WR941HP for demonstration.

This feature is only available when the router is set to Router mode. Please make sure you have configured the router correctly according to the instructions below.

How to configure Router Mode of High Power Wireless N Router? (new logo)

Local Management

It allows you to limit the number of client devices on your LAN from accessing the router by using the MAC address-based authentication.

Go to Advanced > System Tools > Administration and complete the settings In Local Management section as needed.

Allow all LAN connected devices to manage the router:

Toggle on Access for All LAN Connected Devices.

Allow specific devices to manage the router:

1. Toggle off Access for All LAN Connected Devices.

2. Click Add.

3. Click View Existing Devices and select the device to manage the router from the Existing Devices list, or enter the MAC address of the device manually.

4. Specify a Description for this entry.

5. Tick the Enable This Entry checkbox.

6. Click OK.

 

Remote Management

It allows you to control remote devices’ authority to manage the router.

Go to Advanced > System Tools > Administration and complete the settings in Remote Management section as needed.

Forbid all devices to manage the router remotely:

Select Disable Remote Management and click Save.

 

Allow all devices to manage the router remotely:

1. Select Enable Remote Management for All Devices.

2. Enter Web Management Port (1024-65535 or 80).

3. Click Save.

Devices on the internet can log in to http://Router’s WAN IP address:port number (such as http://113.116.60.229:1024) to manage the router.

Tips:

• You can find the WAN IP address of the router on Basic > Network Maps > Internet.

• The router’s WAN IP is usually a dynamic IP. Please refer to How to set up a Dynamic DNS service account on High Power Wireless N Router? (Router mode--new logo) if you want to log in to the router through a domain name.

 

Allow specific devices to manage the router remotely:

1. Select Enable Remote Management for Specified Devices.

2. Enter Web Management Port (1024-65535 or 80).

3. In Remote Management IP address, enter the IP address of the remote device to manage the router.

4. Click Save.

Devices on the internet can log in to http://Router’s WAN IP address:port number (such as http://113.116.60.229:1024) to manage the router.

Tips:

• The router’s WAN IP is usually a dynamic IP. Please refer to How to set up a Dynamic DNS service account on High Power Wireless N Router? (Router mode--new logo) if you want to log in to the router through a domain name.

Get to know more details of each function and configuration please go to Download Center to download the manual of your product.

This Article Applies to:
TL-WR941HP( V2 )
Configuration Guide | Updated 09-21-2017 08:35:44 AM