Question about TP-LINK TL-WR642G Router
I have rest TP router and configured using disc supplied, but cannot get onto internet(I am NON Technical, so laymans answer please)
Sounds like you need to change the TP link router for a wireless Access Point or a range extender.
Who knows what goofing around BT does with their equipment.
Posted on Mar 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi ,This is Clare Su from TP-LINK support technical force.To you issue,I have the following recommendations:1. try to use only one line to connect to the internet,and see if you can watch the video on youtube2.if you can see the video with one line connected to the internet.Then,you can get another internet line with the router.And you can try to set the rule to the website: youtube, let the flow from youtube come in and out just from one wan port.if you can't solve the issue with my recommendation,you can email me. I will help youas soon as possible.My email is:clare.su from tp-link.com
Posted on Nov 23, 2011
SOURCE: disable Nat TP-LINK TL-WR1043ND
yeap it should be the firewall, here is the manual http://www.tp-link.com/resources/software/201161017075118.pdf
think this should help you.
But if you want my expertise, make the tp-link as a router and vdsl just the internet line. connect it to router wan and buy a switch for all your devices.That should be the safest and smartest way.
Posted on Mar 08, 2012
Testimonial: "Hi, I've finally found some time to test the dissabling the FW and I can say that in my case it helped. I can see now from TP-LINK IP cameras connected to the VDSL modem/router. Well done guys, thank you for your help. Kvinar"
may find this page helpful. http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php...om_a_Bad_Fl ash Its not for the TP-Link router but the same principle could be applied to you with the correct firmware. Its worked for me on more than a few occasions. Providing you can ping the router via a lan cable then the chances of recovering it are very high.
Posted on May 22, 2012
The line speed is controlled by your internet service provider, not by your router. If you have something like AT&T as your internet service provider, then they sell 3 or 4 different line speeds or packages. The cheapest will get you the slowest line speed. So if you have a 300mbps router but you purchased AT&T's cheapest line speed it will never allow you to do downloads, uploads or streams at 300mbps. You gotta Pay to Play. :)
Posted on Jun 03, 2012
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