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look on the outside back of the router there should be a access # you will need to connect to it .first disconnect the power cord and wait for 5min before re plugging it in,then enter pass code # if all else fails contact your internet provider and they can walk you through it.
http://www.tp-link.com/en/support/downloadFiles.aspx?mid=01030301&version=V1&pmodel=TL-WA5210G Seems a problem with the firmware. Double check if your product is the same as the link above and apply the fix described in the support page. Top firmware version 09/30/2010. this firmware version will include the previous fixes like LED is not ON. Download the file decompress and execute. Please use a wired connection (CAT5/6 network cable) between your computer and the outdoor device. Do not use the wireless connection and be sure that both devices (source computer and destination AP/router/wireless TP device are powered up at mains (no batteries). Back-up yor settings as a firmware update is possible to erase all your settings. A bit of trivia: Your wireless outdoor device is decent but not "50km". For that you need a big comms tower. Good luck.
in your network connection, there is an Internet protocol(tcp/ip) double click it. put in obtain ip address automatically. same in dns server then ok. If not work, configure it manually by using your laptop copy the ip addresses in your laptop, including subnet mask, and defualt gateway, and put it to your pc.. hope it can help you.
Look for the MAC address clone feature on the router. If the router does not ahve the auto clone MAC feature, you'll need to manually input the MAC address of your computer.
To get the MAC address or Physical address of the computer do this
Click start>run>type in "cmd" and press okay (without the " ").
On the Command prompt type in ipconfig/all and then press enter, look for physical address.
Then input that on the MAC clone feature of the computer to your router and then power cycle everything (turn everything off and then turn on modem first-then router-then computer).