There can be many reasons that your TP-Link is pushing IP address to modem default. This means that you need to change the IP address of your TP-Link router.
TP-Link routers are a wired or wireless network, which with its excellent speed makes your browsing better. TP-Link routers are very easy connecting but sometimes there are some problems which affect the setup process or the installation.
The following blog helps you in changing the default IP address of your router. You need to follow the steps mentioned below to change the default IP address.
- In your web browser, enter http://192.168.1.1 or http://192.168.0.1 or http://tplinkwifi.net.
- You will be directed to the login page. Fill the login credentials i.e. username and password which is an admin for both.
- In the menu located on the left side, select “Network” and then “LAN”.
- Now you can change the IP address as you want it to be.
- Click on ‘save’ to save your changes.
When the IP address is changed you need to log in with the new IP address to log into the router.
Thus, by changing the default IP address we hope that the issue of TP-Link pushing IP address to modem default is fixed. However, there are some frequently asked questions regarding TP-Link IP address. Some of the frequently asked questions are mentioned below.
Q. How can I change the administrative username or password of my TP-Link ADSL router?
Ans. To change the admin username and password of your TP-Link router, follow the steps given below:
- On your device, open any web browser and fill LAN IP address of the ADSL router and press enter. The default IP address is http://192.168.1.1
- When on the username and password field. Enter the default username and password i.e. admin for both in lowercase.
- Under the system tools click on “Manage control”.
- Now fill the old password and then the new password and new username twice.
- At last click on ‘save’ to apply your changes.
When you will change the password login to your ADSL router with the new password.
Q. How can I find the wireless password on TP-Link devices?
Ans. To find the wireless password first you need to:
- Log into your TP-Link router. Then,
- Under the ‘wireless’ option visit ‘wireless security’ page. Now select WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK, enter your own Wi-Fi password in the PSK box.
- Click on ‘save’ to save your changes. And reboot the router.
Q. How can I log into the web-based utility (Management page) of the TP-Link wireless router?
Ans. The Web-based management page of TP-Link router is a built-in web server which does not require an internet connection. The web-based page requires your device to be only connected to your TP-Link router. To log into the web-based utility page you need to follow the steps mentioned below:
- First, choose your connection type (wired or wireless).
- In case using for a wireless connection, connect to your TP-Link wireless network. Now, find the wireless network from the list of Wi-Fi list on your device and connect to the wireless password.
- In case of ‘wired connection, connect your Ethernet cable to one of the LAN ports on the back of TP-Link router.
- Now open any web interface and enter http://tplinkwifi.net in the URL bar.
- Now, fill the default username and password in the login page. If you have changed the username and password then enters your password or username otherwise you can fill the default username and password which is an admin for both.
Now you are logged into the web-based utility of TP-Link router.
Thus, from the following blog you can easily access to TP-Link router IP address, easily change admin username and password and can fix the issue to log into the web based page. In case you find any problem you can call us at our toll-free number.