This article will teach you how to set up a Guest Network on your TP-Link Router. This is helpful if you want to share the internet with others without compromising the security of your home network. You can also configure other aspects like which devices are allowed access and how long they have access.
A guest network is a type of wireless connection that can be created on a TP-Link Router. It’s similar to other wireless connections, but it has some restrictions on who can use it. Guest networks are typically only available for people in your home and not outsiders. In this article, we’ll go over how to create a guest network on the TP-Link router.
How To Create Guest Network on TP-Link Router?
Step 1: Log into your TP-link Router using the default IP address 192.168.0.1 or http://tplinkwifi.net/. The login screen should appear below: Enter admin for both username and password, then click “Login.”
Step 2: Click on “Choose Setting.” It will forward you to a new page. Just click on the down arrow next to WiFi and then select “Guest Network.” On the right-hand side, a page with three sections will appear. Select “Add Entry” in section B, as shown below
Step 3: Add the details of your guest network, like the name, the password, and leave section C to its default setting. Then click “Apply.”
Step 4: The Guest Network should appear in section B, as shown below. Click on it to go back to the main screen. To connect a device to its guest network, you do not need for the device to be configured with a static IP. You need to know the name of your guest network, which you added in section B earlier.
Step 5: Now that you’ve connected your device, check to see if it was connected successfully by checking the down arrow next to WiFi and then selecting “Guest Network.” If there is no Guest Network on the list, you may need to reboot your Router for these settings to take effect.
Step 6: To access parental control and other advanced options, click on “Advanced Settings.” You will have access to all other features not previously mentioned on this page, like filtering websites or blocking specific devices from accessing the Router’s internet connection. If you would like further information relating to any of these options, please comment, and I will do my best to help you out.
Step 7: Once again, if you have any questions or need assistance setting up your guest network on your TP-Link Router, then leave me a comment below. Or if there is another article that needs explaining, I will do my best to assist you with that.