Bandwidth control helps to minimize the impact caused when more devices are connected to your TP-Link router. Using this feature, you can assign a specific bandwidth for each device. If the configured TP Link router Bandwidth Control not working, proceed with the steps given on this page.
Step 1 - Firmware update
- Download the beta version of the TP-Link router’s firmware from the manufacturer website.
- Unzip the downloaded firmware file.
- Log into the web-based management page of the TP-Link router using its IP address.
- The default user name and password are admin. When prompted, enter these details in the relevant fields.
- Note: The TP-Link router’s default login credentials can be found on its label.
- On the router’s management page, navigate to System Tools -> Firmware Upgrade.
- Click the Browse or Choose File button.
- Choose the downloaded unzipped firmware file and select the Open option.
- Click the Upgrade button.
- The TP Link router bandwidth control not working and firmware will be updated.