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20 Chapter 4 Set Up Internet Connection 5. Configure LAN ports. Windows users are recommended to choose from the first two types. Fill in Address Prefix provided by your ISP, and click Save . Tips: Find Help on the web management page to know more about items. 6. Click Status to check whether you have successfully set up an IPv6 connection. The following figure is an example of a successful PPPoE configuration. Tips: Visit the FAQ section if there is no internet connection.
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Chapter 5 TP-Link Cloud Service TP-Link Cloud service provides a better way to manage your cloud devices. Log in to your router with a TP-Link ID, and you can easily monitor and manage your home network when you are out and about via the Tether app on your smartphone or tablet. To ensure that your router stays new and gets better over time, the TP-Link Cloud will notify you when an important firmware upgrade is avaliable. Surely you can also manage multiple TP-Link Cloud devices with a single TP-Link ID. This chapter introduces how to register a new TP-Link ID, bind or unbind TP-Link IDs to manage your router, and the Tether app with which you can manage your home network no matter where you may find yourself. It contains the following sections: Register a TP-Link ID Change Your TP-Link ID Information Manage the User TP-Link IDs Manage the Router via the TP-Link Tether App
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22 Chapter 5 TP-Link Cloud Service 5. 1. Register a TP-Link ID If you have skipped the registration during the Quick Setup process, you can 1. Visit , and log in with the password you set for the router. 2. Go to Basic > TP-Link Cloud . 3. Click Register Now and follow the instructions to register a TP-Link ID. 4. After activating your TP-Link ID, come back to the TP-Link Cloud page to log in. The TP-Link ID used to log in to the router for the first time will be automatically bound as an Admin . Note: To learn more about the Admin and User TP-Link ID, refer to Manage the User TP-Link IDs . Once the router is bound to your TP-Link ID, you need to log in to the router with the TP-Link ID. Once you have registered a TP-Link ID on the web management page, you can only register another TP-Link ID via the Tether APP. Please refer to Install the Tether App on Your Smartphones or Tablets to install the app. Launch the app, tap in the top-left corner of the screen and tap Login , and then click New User to register a new one. If you want to unbind the admin TP-Link ID from your router, please go to Basic > TP-Link Cloud , an click Unbind in the Device Information section. 5. 2. Change Your TP-Link ID Information Follow the steps below to change your email address and password of your TP-Link ID as needed.
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