This issue happens when there is no access to the internet services after the installation of the TP-Link Router is done and also there is no WAN IP Address on the router’s status page. Well, this is the most exact reason to face the issue. Note if you are not sure about how to log into the router’s web interface you may come across with this particular error. So checking the WAN IP Address is needed strictly. Not only this but, also do ensure that your internet is working fine while you are connecting to the computer directly to the modem by passing the TP-Link router. Below we will be introducing you few solutions to fix TP-Link router cannot get WAN parameter error by explaining each step in detail.
Tips to Fix TP-Link router cannot get WAN parameter Error
Solution 1: Checking for physical connection between the modem and your router.
- If any red message appear by displaying as a “WAN Port is unplugged” on the status page of your router then, that clearly signifies that the modem is completely unplugged into the WAN Port of the router properly.
- Here, users are suggested to plug in by ensuring that the red message will be completely gone.
- If this solution does not work out then, proceed to below solution
Solution 2: Cloning of the MAC address of the PC.
- Now here, basically there are few ISP which will register the MAC address of the user’s computer while they are accessing the Internet for the first time via a Cable modem.
- If here anyone adds a router into the network to share their Internet connection then, the he ISP will not at all accept it because MAC address is completely been changed. So, cloning is needed here.
- Make sure that you are well connected to the TP-Link Router with the PC device which was originally connected to the Cable modem.
- The next step is to simply log on to the management section by clicking the “Network->MAC Clone” icon which is situated towardsthe left side.
- Hit on the“Clone MAC Address” to easily clone the PC’s MAC address to the WAN MAC address of the router.
Solution 3: This solution will ask you to change the LAN IP address of the router.
- Well, it is seen that most of the TP-Link routers use their default LAN IP address, which often conflicts with the IP range of the existing ADSL modem/router.
- If it is so then, the router won’t be able to communicate with the modem by causing you not to access the Internet. So, changing the LAN IP address of the router is highly recommended to users.
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