How to Upgrade the Firmware of TP-Link ADSL Modem Router

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Updated 11-29-2017 03:48:43 AM 157318
This Article Applies to: 
·         Please verify the hardware version of your modem in order to download firmware accordingly.Upgrading with wrong firmware may damage your device and thus void the warranty.
·         After you have downloaded the firmware from TP-Link website (Support-Download Center), please use decompression software such as WinZIP or WinRAR to extract the firmware file to a folder. 
·         Do NOT upgrade the firmware via wireless connection.
·         Do NOT turn off the power or disconnect Ethernet cable during upgrading process;
·         You may backup the current settings or take them down and upload them into the router or enter them in manually after upgrading.
Step 1 Log into the ADSL Modem Router by typing in the address bar of the web browser (such as Internet Explorer, Firefox). The User Name and Password are both adminunless you have changed it.
Step 2 On System Tools---->Firmware Upgrade, click the Choose File button and choose the firmware you already extracted in the folder, then press Upgrade.
Step 3 Click Status to verify that the router’s firmware has been upgraded.
Step 4 It is recommended to restore factory settings after firmware update; on System Tools---->Factory Defaults, please click Restore Button and Yesto confirm.

Step 5 After restoring the modem to factory settings, please log back into and reconfigure the modem. 

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