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make bsnl adsl router as abridge router , then connect tp link router from wan port with any one of lan port of adsl router , then configure tplink router connection depending how you get internet from your ISP
If you don't have any internet access, you can reset the router by unplugging it from power and then plug it back in. Do the same for your ADSL or cable ISP modem which you have connected on your TP-Link router. RESET FIRST YOUR ADSL MODEM and then your router.
Other solution might be to do ipconfig /release and ipconfig /renew on your command line window from your computer.
You can find your wifi router's user manual (PDF) on this link: http://www.tp-link.com/resources/software/200943083466.pdf
Please mark as solution if this helped you at all.
If you have a dynamic IP on your wan port you shall register a domain name and register it with dynamic DNS, provide your dynamic dns name in your DSL router so that you shall connect to your DSL router by calling the registered dynamic dns name from any where (you should have internet connection).
1. Register a name in dyndns.com 2. update this on your dsl router
Wait for some time,
3. access the registered name from anywhere using a browser
Try using the D-Link Click'n Connect Utility.
Admin is the correct code for both the user name and password.
10.1.1.1 is the correct IP address for the setup page.
You may need to reset the router again by holding the reset button in for 30 seconds until the lights flash off then on.
Here is the setup manual:
I think Not.
There are ADSL wireless routers however.
I guess your purpose is to make your ADSL modem available wirelessly, you can connect the
modem via lan line to the wireless and use that as a router.
is your router connected to your ISP ? (does your dsl led light up ??)
if no! check your wires from phone to router!! and check your SPLITER !!! (i had the same problem, i got bad spliter !!! NEW BUT FAULTY !!!)
U need to connect the modem>>router>>computer..u need to login to the router by using the ip address 192.168.1.1..it will prompt for a password...enter the password to login to the router..After logging in to the router..there will be a connection type..u need to select pppoe..after selecting pppoe u need to enter the user name and password which u got from ur ISP..save it...now ur internet will work...please give me a feedback if this info is useful