Q1.How do I restore the access point to its factory default settings?
With the access point powered on, use a pin to press and hold the Reset button until all the LEDs turn on momentarily, then release the button.
Upon resetting, all previous configurations will be cleared, and the access point will reset to the default Access Point Mode.
Q2.What should I do if I forget my wireless password?
The default wireless password is printed on the label of the access point. If the password has been altered, please connect your computer to the access point using an Ethernet cable and follow the steps below:
1.Visit http://tplinkap.net, and log in with the username and password you set for the access point.
2.Go to Wireless > Wireless Security to retrieve or reset your wireless password.
The default username and password of the web management page are admin (in lowercase).
If you have altered the username and password but Password Recovery is disabled:
1.Reset the access point to its factory default settings: use a pin to press and hold the Reset button until the Power LED starts blinking, then release the button.
2.Visit http://tplinkap.net, and log in with the username and password you set for the access point.
Note: You’ll need to reconfigure the access point to surf the internet once the access point is reset, and please mark down your new password for future use.
It may be caused by too much interference, you can try the following:
•Log in to the web management page. Go to Wireless > Wireless Settings and change your wireless channel to a different one.
•Move the access point to a new location away from Bluetooth devices and other household electronics, such as cordless phones, microwaves, and baby monitors, to minimize signal interference.
Q5.What should I do to maximize my signal strength in Repeater/Bridge mode?
When choosing an ideal location to optimize wireless signal in Repeater/Bridge mode, please refer to the following recommendations.
•The Best Way is Halfway
Generally, the ideal location for the repeater is about halfway between your wireless router and your wireless clients and make sure that the location you choose is within the range of the host router. If that is not possible, place it closer to your wireless router to ensure stable performance.
•Less Obstacles Ensure Better Performance
Choose a location with less obstacles that may block the signal between the access point and the host network. An open corridor or a spacious location is ideal.
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