Are you unable to make the most out of your TP Link WiFi range extender because your existing router is not making a perfect pair with it? Wondering to replace your router with a brand new one? Already did? Fab! You must pat your back then. Now, you are thinking about how to pair TP Link extender with the new router, aren’t you? Tried to do so but no result came out. No worries! In this TP Link troubleshooting post, we have given step-by-step instructions following which you will be able to pair TP Link extender with your new router in minutes. Thus, go through this 3-minute read.

Pair TP Link Extender to New Router

Step 1: Turn on Your Devices

To initiate the process of pairing TP Link extender to your new router, first fall, you need to plug them into a working wall outlet and press the power (on/ off) button. Make sure that your TP Link extender and new router are properly plugged in. Bear in mind, an inadequate power supply won’t let you process what you have searched for – “how to pair TP-Link extender with new router”. Also, the outlet to which your devices have been connected must not be damaged or fluctuated.

Step 2: Connect Extender to Router

The second step is the answer to your question that led you here via Google “how to pair TP Link extender with a new router?” Well, you can pair them using two options; either you can use a wireless source or an Ethernet cable to pair them.

If you want to use an Ethernet source to pair your devices, make sure that the cable has no deep cuts, damages, or dust on it. Apart from this, while using an Ethernet source to pair your TP Link extender router; make sure that the connection is finger-tight.

Here’s how you can pair TP Link extender to your new router using an Ethernet source:

Turn on any WiFi device like a computer or laptop.
Once done, open any web browser of your choice. Make sure you open a web browser that is up-to-date.

Once you are done with the above-mentioned two steps, visit tplinkrepeater.net setup page using the default www.tplinkrepeater.net web address or IP 192.168. 0.254 and press Enter.

Note: Do not make typos while entering the TP Link extender’s default IP or web address. Apart from this, it is not recommended to use the browser’s search bar for the same, got it?

After you hit the Enter key, you will see that TP Link extender’s login portal has been displayed. Over here, you have to provide TP Link extender login details into their respective fields and click Log In. Now, you will find yourself on the dashboard of the extender, don’t you? Yes? Fab! Now, you will come across certain instructions. Follow them in the exact given order to put an end to your question “how to pair TP Link extender with a new router”.

That’s it! You are done! That’s how you can pair your TP Link extender with your new router manually.

Don’t want to pair your TP Link extender with your new router manually? No problem! Use the WPS instructions and know how to pair TP Link extender to a new router with the simple press of a button (wirelessly). Here’s how:

Step 1: Place your TP Link extender and your new router closely.

Step 2: Now, press the WPS button on your TP Link extender and wait for a short while.

Step 3: Thereafter, press the WPS button on your new router as well. He, can we anticipate that your new router has the WPS function? If yes, press it as well.

That’s it! In the blink of an eye and your TP Link extender and new router are successfully paired using the wireless source aka WPS method.

Using TP Link extender login details, you can access the settings page of your device, update its firmware, and make changes to it.

 

The Bottom Line

4 out of 5 users aren’t aware of the process of how to pair TP Link extender to a new router. But, don’t consider yourself among them because you have these instructions handy. Just follow them in an exact given order and complete the process from the comfort of your home. We hope that they were helpful, weren’t they?