How to configure local and remote management rule of TL- MR6400 (new logo)?

Configuration Guide
Updated 09-19-2019 01:53:42 AM
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Log into the web-based management page of the router. Please refer to How do I log into the web-based Management Page of TL-MR6400 (new logo)?

•    Local Management

Tip: By default, all local connected devices can manage the router.

You can control the local devices’ authority to manage the router via the Local Management feature. Follow the steps below to specify the local management settings.

1.      Log into the web-based management page with the password you set for the router.

2.     


Go to Advanced > System ToolsAdministration page. Locate the Local Management section

3.      Enable Local Management via HTTPS if you want to access the router via both HTTPS and HTTP, or keep it disabled if you only want to access the router via HTTP.

4.      Set a Port number for HTTP or HTTPS connection. You can keep the default Port number or enter a number between 1024 and 65535.

5.      If you only want to allow one specific device to manage the router, enable Only Allow the Following IP/MAC and then enter the IP Address or MAC Address of the device in the IP/MAC Address field.

6.      Click Save to apply your settings.

7.      Now you can manage the router via HTTP or HTTPS.

 

 

 

•    Remote Management

Tip: By default, the remote devices cannot manage the router from the internet.

You can control the remote devices’ authority to manage the router via the Remote Management feature. Follow the steps below to allow remote devices to manage the router.

1.      Log into the web-based management page with the password you set for the router.

2. 

  

Go to Advanced > System ToolsAdministration page. Locate the Remote Management section.

3.      Enable Remote Management feature:

•    If you only want to remote control your router via HTTP connection, enable Remote Management and DON’T tick the HTTPS option.

•    If you want to remote control your router via HTTPS connection, enable Remote Management via HTTPS.

4.      Set a Port number for HTTP or HTTPS connection. You can keep the default Port number or enter a number between 1024 and 65535.

5.      Select to decide which remote device can manage the router:

•    If you only want to allow one specific device to manage the router, select Only the Following IP/MAC Address and then enter the device’s IP Address or MAC Address.

•    If you want to allow all remote devices to manage the router, select All.

6.      Click Save to apply your settings.

7.      Now you can remotely manage the router via the address displayed under the Manage This Router via the Address.

 

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