How to Configure the Access Point Mode on the TL-MR3020 and TL-MR3040

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Updated 05-25-2016 05:53:14 AM 216147
This Article Applies to: 
Definition:The TL-MR3020/TL-MR3040 is connected to a wired network and transforms the wired Internet access into wireless so that wireless devices can share the Internet.
1.    Office, hotel and places where only wired network is available.
2.    LAN gaming party, small meeting and other situations where a temporary wireless network is needed.
Please refer to this FAQ to log into the web interface of TL-MR3020.
Please refer to this FAQ to log into the web interface of TL-MR3040.
Run Quick Setup
Step 1:
Go to Quick Setup-> Click Next
Step 2:
Select AP-> Click Next
Step 3:
Customize your wireless name (SSID) and password
Wireless Radio: Enable
SSID: (Rename Your Wireless Name)
Region:(Select Your Current Location)
Channel: Auto
Mode: 11bgn mixed
Channel Width: Auto
Security Options: WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK
PSK Password: (Create a Private Password)
Click Next
Step 4:
Click: Reboot, and wait until it goes to 100%
Relocate the TL-MR3020/TL-MR3040
You may now connect the TL-MR3020/TL-MR3040 directly into your Wired Ethernet Network Connection as displayed on the picture below.
Congratulations! All your Wi-Fi enabled devices can connect to the customized wireless network.
Computer Setup Reversion
After the configuration, we need change the TCP/IP settings back on the computer. 
Please refer to the last section of this FAQ for TL-MR3020.
Please refer to the last section of this FAQ for TL-MR3040.
If it doesn't work, please feel free to contact us(
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