Question about TP-LINK Computers & Internet
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: TP LINK ROUTER SINAL PROBLEM
The range in free air is 100-150 feet with the original antenna. Since you have at least two walls of unknown composition and 30 feet minimum of space between buildings, it's unlikely. that a straight connection will work. You might consider a TP-Link access point and 2 larger antennas to send the signal farther.
The antennas are at the bottom of this page:
About $80 gets you the AP and a pair of antennas.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
If the PPP LED is flashing all the time then you have not got a connection to your ISP's server.
Have you contacted your ISP?
The ISP can test the ADSL connection to the your ADSL2 modem and advise whether it is a fault or not..
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
Your friend is able to go online using the same wireless network. that means the wireless network is working properly and there might be a problem with your computer .
You said that you can connect to the wireless network but you can not go online.
Check the IP address and the default gateway of the computer.
Try to ping the router and DNS server and check what happens.
Make sure that there is no static IP address on the computer.
Click Here for more information about the routers and Internet.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
SOURCE: I'm using TP-LINK TD-W8101G ADSL
Unfortunately, you can't use two routers together in that manner. You must have a device in between them such as a switch or bridge or you'll have to disable the DHCP server settings in the second router. The second router then pretty much becomes a switch you may then use all the ports on the second router with the exception of the WAN port it must remain unoccupied. However, if you need wireless connectivity in another location far away from your main router then your only solution would be to indeed purchase an actual access point/bridge device
Posted on Sep 06, 2011
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