1 Please use only wired network connections to configure the

Note Please use only wired network connections to configure the Router.
Power down all of your network devices, including your computer(s) and the
Modem Router. If you currently use a modem, disconnect it now - the Modem
Router will replace your current modem.
Connect your computer to the
LAN port on the Modem Router
with an Ethernet cable.
Connect the LINE port of the
splitter to the wall jack using a
telephone line, then connect the
MODEM port of the splitter to the
LINE port of the modem with
another telephone line, also have
the PHONE port of the splitter
connected to a telephone.
Note If no telephone is needed, please connect the LINE port of the Modem Router
to the wall jack using the telephone line directly.
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Plug the provided Power Adapter
into the Power jack on the back of
the Modem Router and the other
end to a standard electrical wall
socket.
Power on all your network devices and then check to see if the LEDs of the
Router display normally as the diagram below describes.
Power: Solid light
ADSL: Flashing or solid light
WLAN: Flashing
LAN: Flashing or solid light if
corresponding port is connected
Note If the LEDs display abnormally, please check to see if all the cable
connectors (power adapter, phone line and Ethernet cable) are well
connected to your device. With the phone line well connected, if the ADSL
LED turns off after flashing, please contact your ISP to ensure that your
internet connection is active.
Note To configure the device, you can either run the setup CD-ROM (method one),
or run the Web based Quick Setup Wizard (method two). TP-LINK strongly
recommends that you run the setup CD-ROM.
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Insert the provided Resource
CD into your CD-ROM drive.
The Setup Wizard will
automatically pop up on
your computer’s screen.
Please select your product
model and click Start Setup
Then a flash video will pop up and
show you how to connect your
devices. After that, the Easy Setup
Assistant will start.
Click START, and then follow
the step-by-step instructions
until
you
complete
the
configuration
The configuration has now been completed. Please skip to Step 3 “Testing the
Internet Connection”.
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Login
Open your web browser and
type in http://192.168.1.1/ in the
address bar and press Enter
A dialog box will prompt you for
the User name and Password.
Enter the default values and
click OK.
User name: admin
Password: admin
Click OK
The web management page will
display after a successful login.
Click Quick Setup
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Internet Parameters Configuration
This page will then display.
Enter the VPI and VCI
values given by your ISP
Choose the WAN Link Type given
by your ISP.
If PPPoE/PPPoA is selected, please
proceed to A;
If IPoE is selected, please skip to B;
If IPoA is selected, please skip to C;
If Bridge is selected, please skip to
D
Note If you did not get the VPI, VCI and WAN Link Type information, please
contact your ISP for this information.
Note Bridge mode is not recommended because multiple computers are not
permitted to share Internet access in this mode.
A.
Configuration For PPPoE/PPPoA
Enter the Username and
Password provided by
your ISP
If you want your Internet to remain
permanently connected, please
leave this box at its default
unchecked; if your Internet is
charged by time, you can check
this box to save money
If DNS IP addresses are provided
by your ISP, check Set DNS
Manually and enter them in the
blanks. Otherwise, check the
Obtain Automatically box
Click Next
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Note If you did not get the PPP Username or PPP Password, please contact your
ISP for this information.
Note The configuration for PPPoA is similar to that of PPPoE.
After completing the above configuration, please proceed to
Configuration.
B.
Wireless
Configuration For IPoE
If WAN IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Gateway IP Address and
DNS are provided by your ISP,
check the Static IP and Set DNS
Manually boxes and enter them
into the corresponding blanks.
Otherwise, check the Use DHCP
and Obtain Automatically boxes
Click Next
After completing the above configuration, please proceed to
Configuration.
C.
Wireless
Configuration For IPoA
Enter the WAN IP Address,
Subnet
Mask
and
DNS
addresses provided by your ISP
Click Next
Note If you did not get the IP Address, Subnet Mask and DNS addresses, please
contact your ISP for this information.
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After completing the above configuration, please proceed to
Configuration.
D.
Wireless
Configuration For Bridge Mode
Click Next
After completing the above configuration, please proceed to
Configuration.
Wireless
Wireless Configuration
Create a unique and easy to
remember name for your
wireless network. You can also
keep the default setting without
the device being affected
Select a Network Authentication
(here takes WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK
for example)
Create a Security Key using 8-64 characters
Click Save
Note The wireless security is Disabled by default. You are suggested to select a
Network Authentication for security settings.
After completing the above configuration, please proceed to
Finish.
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Quick Setup -
Quick Setup – Finish
To continue, the following page will
be displayed.
Click Reboot
Now, your Modem Router has been configured and is rebooting. Please do not turn
off the Modem Router while it’s rebooting.
The basic settings for your Router are completed. Please open the web browser and
log on to the following websites:
http://www.tp-link.com
http://www.google.com
If the above websites can be accessed, it indicates that your Router has been
configured successfully and you can start to enjoy the Internet.
Note For the advanced configurations,please refer to the User Guide on the
CD-ROM provided.
Note The above configurations only need to be set once. If you want other
computers in your LAN to access the Internet, please connect the desired
computer to the ADSL Router directly.
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Note If you are running Windows 2000, please install the device by referring to the
“Installation Guide” part of the User Guide on the included Resource CD.
Installing Adapter Driver
Insert the adapter into an available USB slot on your laptop. You may see the Found
New Hardware Wizard when the adapter is plugged.
This is the default setup wizard of
Windows XP. For a smoother
installation, please click Cancel
and insert the provided TP-LINK
resource CD.
Click Cancel
After inserting the provided Resource
CD into your CD-ROM drive. The
Setup Wizard will automatically pop
up on your computer’s screen.
Choose Install Driver&Utility
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Click Next
Choose Install
Driver Only
Click Next
Follow the step-by-step instructions
to finish the driver installation.
Click Finish
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Connecting to the Wireless Modem Router
Note If the Wirless Modem Router supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
function, you are recommanded to use the QSS (Quick Secure Setup) to
quickly connect to your wireless network. Please refer to the Appendix
Connecting to the Wireless Modem Router by QSS.
After you have successfuly installed the driver software, the icon
the bottom right-hand corner of your desktop.
will appear on
Click
Click Refresh network list
Select your network by the
network name
Click Connect
Input the Network key of
your wireless network
Click Connect
Note If you don’t know the wireless network key, please consult the network
administrator or login to the setup page of your Wireless Modem Router with
an Ethernet cable to check the wireless security settings. Please refer to the
manual of your Wireless Modem Router or contact the manufacturer’s
technical support for more details.
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You have now successfully connected
to your wireless network.
Note If your network is an unsecured network, you will not be prompted to input the
Network key. It will connect to your network automatically.
Installing Adapter Driver
Insert the adapter into an available USB slot on your computer. You may see the
Found New Hardware Wizard when the adapter is plugged.
This is the default setup wizard of
Windows Vista. For a smoother
installation, please click Cancel
and insert the provided TP-LINK
resource CD.
Click Cancel
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After inserting the provided Resource
CD into your CD-ROM drive. The
Setup Wizard will automatically pop
up on your computer’s screen.
Choose Install Driver&Utility
Click Next
Follow the step-by-step instructions
to finish the driver installation.
Click Finish
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Connecting to the Wireless Modem Router
Note If the Wirless Modem Router supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
function, you are recommanded to use QSS (Quick Secure Setup) to quickly
connect to your wireless network. Please refer to the Appendix Connecting
to the Wireless Router by QSS.
Click this icon at the bottom
right of the desktop then click
Connect to a network
Click this button to refresh
the network list
Select your network by
the network name
Click Connect
Input the Network key
Click Connect
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Note If you don’t know the wireless network key, please consult the network
administrator or login to the setup page of your Wireless Modem Router with
an Ethernet cable to check the wireless security settings. Please refer to the
manual of your Wireless Modem Router or contact the manufacturer’s
technical support for more details.
You have now successfully connected
to your wireless network.
Save this network for
automatically connecting
Click Close
Note If your network is an unsecured network, you will not be prompted to input the
Network key. It will connect to your network automatically.
Installing Adapter Driver
Insert the adapter into an available USB slot on your computer.
After inserting the provided Resource
CD into your CD-ROM drive. The
Setup Wizard will automatically pop
up on your computer’s screen.
Choose Install Driver&Utility
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Click Next
Follow the step-by-step instructions
to finish the driver installation.
Click Finish
Connecting to the Wireless Modem Router
After you have successfuly installed the driver software, the icon
the bottom right-hand corner of your desktop.
Click
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will appear on
Click this button to refresh
the network list
Select your network by
the network name
Click Connect
Input the Network key of
your wireless network
Click OK
Note
If you don’t know the wireless network key, please consult the network
administrator or log on to the setup page of your Wireless Modem Router
with an Ethernet cable to check the wireless security settings. Please refer to
the manual of your Wireless Modem Router or consult the manufactory’s
technical support for more details.
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You have now successfully connected
to your wireless network.
Note If your network is an unsecured network, you will not be prompted to input the
Network key. It will connect to your network automatically.
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Note QSS function is not supported in Windows 7 OS.
Installing the QSS Driver
Click QSS Installation
Follow the step-by-step instructions
to finish the QSS installation.
Click Finish
Connecting to the Wireless Modem Router
Note If your Wireless Router has a QSS button (other brands may call it Wi-Fi
Protected Setup button), use method one to connect to your network.
Otherwise, use method two to connect to your network.
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Push the QSS button on the
front panel of the Router
Press the QSS button
on the Adapter
Wait for the adapter to connect to
the Wireless Modem Router.
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Click Finish to complete the
connection.
Click Finish
on the
Double click the icon
desktop to open the QSS Utility where
this page may prompt.
Click Next
Select Enter the PIN from
my access point
Input the PIN printed on
the back of the Router
Click Next
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Wait for the Adapter to connect to
the Wireless Modem Router.
Click Finish to complete
the connection.
Click Finish
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