The TP-Link Signal Booster simply expands the wifi coverage and connects to the wifi router wirelessly. It also helps to strengthen the signal while it can’t reduce the signal coverage. Also, it ensures that the signal can be accessed with all the reliable coverage throughout the home or the small office. 

Moreover, its high band dual-band wifi coverage can connect more devices at the same time. But before you buy the tp-link range extender, you need to ensure that it must have some basic qualities such as it is moveable, it can replace the network services of your existing router. It supports a mesh wifi system with wired ethernet supports as well. 

These are the qualities that you will get into the tp-link wifi booster. However, it helps 6to improve the speed of an outdated router by covering the entire room or area. If you don’t know how to update the tp-link router then read this article. It will help you to specify the DHCP server settings as well as its system update. 

Configuration of the wireless router in TP Link Signal Booster

In the following article, you will get to know about the various features of the wireless router as a wifi booster or a range extender. Here you will read about the status, operation mode, network settings, wireless settings, DHCP server, system tools, and log-out process. Let’s start the [process of the configuration of the TP-link wifi booster. 

Status Settings 

In order to enable the status of the tp-link wifi extender, you need to follow the setup process in a proper way and this process you will follow in every step. So firstly, visit and log in to the page with the username and the password details. 

When you enter into the home page of the tp-link extender then go to the status menu and there you can check the current or present information of the wifi router. 

Moreover, you can check the firmware version, hardware version, LAN address – MAC address, IP address, subnet mask, wireless settings, and its basic settings. Such as operation mode, wireless radio, SSID name, mode, channel, channel width, WDS status, and system up timings. Therefore, click on refresh to get the latest status and the settings of the wifi booster. 

DHCP Server Settings

The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol server is set as a default. However, by enabling the DHCP server settings it simply assigns IP or TCP address to its client devices. Moreover, you can manage these settings when it is necessary. 

Also, you can reserve a LAN IP address for the specified client address. In order to enable the DHCP settings, visit and log into the wireless router with your correct credential details. Thereon, go to DHCP and then click on DHCP settings. 

Hereafter, specify DHCP server settings and click on the Save button. In the DHCP settings, you can change into DHCP server, start IP address or end IP address, Address lease time, default gateway, default domain, DNS server, and Secondary DNS server. 

Wireless Advanced Settings 

Firstly, complete the tplinkrepeater login process. Then click on the wireless and then select the wireless advanced settings. After that, you need to configure the desired settings and then click Save. 

In the advanced settings of the wifi booster, you can check the transmit power, beacon interval, RTS threshold, Fragmentation Threshold, DTIM Interval, Enable Short GI, Enable Client Isolation, Enable WMM. 

You can make various changes to any of them and set them according to you. However, it is recommended to amble these settings as it helps to increase the capacity of performing the internet services in a better way. 

WiFi booster basic wireless settings

In the basic wireless settings of the tp-link wifi booster, you need to connect to the network. By visiting the tp-link extender URL and then logging into the router. Click on the wireless section and then tap on the connect to network button. 

After that click on the wifi scanner and select the host network from the AP List and tap to connect to the device. There you need to enter the host network password and enter the password details into the password field. After making changes to the basic settings tap the save button. 

How to enable tp-link wifi booster MAC filtering?

So basically, MAC filtering is used to deny or allow the specific setting to the client device so as to access the network with their MAC address. So firstly log into the tp-link range extender then go to the wireless section and click on the Wireless MAC filtering. 

Therefore, click on the enable button to enable the filtering function. Now you can select the filtering rule and delete all the filled entries. Click ad new to add new entries and then enter the MAC address.