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How can I set up my TP-Link modem router as a pure modem?Configuration GuideUpdated 12-06-2019 07:16:30 AMThis Article Applies to:TD-W9970( V4 ) , Archer VR2800( V1 ) , Archer VR900( V3 ) , Archer VR900v( V3 ) , TD-W9960( V1 V1.20 ) , Archer VR2800v( V1 ) , Archer VR600v( V2 ) , Archer VR400( V2 ) , TD-W9977( V1 ) , Archer VR300( V1 ) , TD-W9960v( V1 ) , Archer VR600( V2 ) , Archer VR2100( V1 )
User’s Application Scenario
I already have a router and bought another TP-Link modem router. I don’t want my home network to have double NAT, so I need to set up my TP-Link modem router as a pure modem.
How can I do that?
Follow the steps below, here takes Archer VR300 as demonstration:
1. Open the web browser and type in tplinkmodem.net or 192.168.1.1. Press Enter.
2. Create a login password for future login attempts or use “admin” (lower) for both username and password.
Note: You may refer to How to log into the web-based interface of the AC VDSL/ADSL Modem Router.
3. Go to Advanced > Network > Internet.
4. Click Add and select Bridge in the Internet Connection Type column.
6. Click Save to make the settings effective.
7. Succeed! You can use your modem router as a pure modem now.
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