How To Solve Tp-Link Router No Internet Access?

 TP Link Router No Internet Access

The TP-Link routers are known for their performance and reliability. If you cannot access the Internet when connected to your TP Link router no internet access, log in to your router’s web interface and check the Internet IP address.

To do so, follow these steps.

  • Ensure that you have properly connected your router to your Windows computer using a standard Ethernet cable.
  • On your computer, open the default browser and enter your router’s IP address in the search panel. Press the Enter key on your keyboard to access your router’s login portal.
  • You can identify your router’s IP address using the Command Prompt app on your Windows computer.
  • To do so, click the Start menu available at the bottom-left corner of the screen and type ‘cmd’ in the search panel. From the search result, right-click the Command Prompt app and select the Run as administrator option.
  • In the Command Prompt window, type ‘ipconfig’ and press the Enter key. Navigate to the Default Gateway section and identify your router’s IP address.
  • Use it to open your router’s login portal.
  • Enter the login credentials in the required fields to access the router’s settings page.
  • Click the Advanced tab and select Status from the left-side panel.
  • Under WAN, check if the Internet IP address is valid or not.
  • If it is invalid (such as 0.0.0.0), connect your computer directly to your modem and check if you can access the Internet. If you cannot access the Internet, contact your ISP.
  • If the problem is with your router, reconnect your computer to it and access the router’s settings page.
  • Click the Advanced tab and select Network.
  • Click the Internet tab and navigate to the MAC Clone section.
  • Select the Use Current Computer Mac Address option and click Save.
  • If necessary, modify the LAN IP address of your router and power cycle your modem and router. Doing so may resolve TP Link router no internet access problem.
  • If you aren't able to access the Internet from your TP-Link router even though the IP address is valid, reset your router to factory defaults to erase all the data you have configured previously.
  • Once you have completed the reset, reconfigure the network settings.

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