TP-Link Router Troubleshooting

tplink router troubleshooting

How to Resolve “tplinkwifi.net Not Working” Error?

There might be many reasons behind this error, let us discuss few of them and follow the troubleshoot steps thereafter to get a solution for tplinkwifi.net not working error:

  1. A security feature on your TP-link router might be causing the web based management page to be accessed through http://tplinkwifi.net in case when restarted it after a long wait. 

Troubleshoot

  1. Restart the TP-link router as it resolves any security feature hindering the TP-link router access after awaited web based management setup page access through tplinkwifi.net. Press the power switch on the TP-link router twice to restart the router.
  2. Re-configure the Windows on your PC to allow automatic IP address retrieval and DNS retrieval by the TP-link router’s smart setup wizard.
  3. Try using the default IP addresses 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 for tp-link login instead of tplinkwifi.net.
  4. Ensure that your TP-link router has been updated to the latest firmware version either manually or automatically over tplinkwifi.net domain address for default login.

Follow the steps here to upgrade the firmware properly as wrong firmware update might cause permanent damage to your TP-link router

  • Start a web browser supported by TP-link on your computer. Make sure your computer is connected to the TP-link router’s network using wired or wireless connection.
  • It is always advisable to connect the TP-link router to the computer using an Ethernet cable when updating the TPlink router’s firmware. This is to avoid any signal loss or interference on wireless connectivity.
  • Get to the address bar and enter tplinkwifi.net as default domain web address.
  • If unable to login via tplinkwifi.net login, use default IP addresses 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 for TP-link login instead.
  • The TP-link login page gets directed.
  • On the TP-link router login page, enter the default TPlink login credentials.
  • Enter admin as both username and password for secured default TPlink login.
  • The router’s web management configuration screen appears.
  • Select the system tools option.
  • Click on the Firmware upgrade option.
  • Click on the browse file option to allow search for the downloaded firmware file.
  • Click open by selecting the file.
  • Next, choose the upgrade option.
  • As the Tplink firmware update gets finished, the TP-link router would reboot on its own.

What to do when Unable to login web based management page of the TP-link router?

The web based management page is the only way to configure the TP-link router, therefore if any such trouble arises, follow these troubleshoot steps.

Troubleshoot

  • Check if the TPlink router’s physical connections with other end-devices are secured with an Ethernet cable. Make sure that the LAN/Ethernet LED is lit, but if not, use different available Ethernet ports and cables.
  • Log in to the Web-based management Interface of TPlink router through default domain/web login or using default IP Address as discussed below for correct TPlink router login:
  • Start a web browser supported by TP-link on your computer. Make sure your computer is connected to the TP-link router’s network using wired or wireless connection.
  • Get to the address bar and enter tplinkwifi.net as default domain web address.
  • If unable to login via tplinkwifi.net login, use default IP addresses 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 for TP-link login instead.
  • The TP-link login page gets directed.
  • On the TP-link router login page, enter the default TPlink login credentials.
  • Enter admin as both username and password for secured default TPlink login.
  • The router’s web management configuration screen appears.
  • Using the default TPlink router login credentials as above could sometimes still cause inability to login, in such case, reset the TP-Link router back into its factory default settings.
  • To reset http://tplink router, keep pressing the reset button for about 10s.
  • Release it and the TPlink router’s power LED will start to blink.
  • The router would have been reset and reverted back to factory defaults.
  • You could then login using steps explained above. 
  • Launch a different web browser and end-devices for accessing the web based management page, else clear the DNS cache and browse history. 

Unable to access the internet through TP-link Wi-Fi router?

  1. Log in to the TP-link router’s web-based interface using above tplinkwifi.net steps for correct login
  2. On the interface, access Advanced to check the Status wireless connection.