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I have been using the router since one last time with am staying with my sister because of the school because of the reason I do not buy it, and she is using that ADSL connection and IPTV (Tivibu) here. Our ADSL connection speed is 5.1 Mbit / s (Mbps). Especially due to the fair use limit, when we were dropping to 3 Mbit / s, we were hooked up to IPTV when we used Internet connection. I did a little research on the routers and the TP-Link routers that we can limit the speed of Internet connection. This article will not only describe the assignment of Internet bandwidth, but also how we can manually configure the router. Thank you for reading it already. Smile

In step 1 we will see how we can configure our modem.

Open the web page of our modem (the IP addresses of the modems can be 10.0.0.1, 192.168.1.1 or 10.0.0.0.1 you can see in the default gateway section of your LAN) and go to the Internet section. My modem AirTies can also pass as WAN or PVC settings in your modem, you can already find it with a short search.

There are two Permanent Virtual Circuits (PVC-Permanent Virtual Circuits) as we saw on the web page of our modem above. As its name suggests, one is for Internet connection and the other for IPTV connection. We are clicking on the Internet. The current Internet PVC settings will come.

In this page we need to do the internet connection virtual cycle time to take the bridge-bridge mode. This will allow our Internet connection to be set up by our router-router or modem, which we will use as a server. 3, click the 'Protocol' menu, select 'Bridge' and click on 'Keydet'. You need to touch the other settings. The only thing you need to do is get your Internet connection hyperlinked in hyperlink mode. After this, the modem will restart.

The final state of our virtual circuits after the modem restarts. As you can see, the Internet is permanently virtual, and IPTV is connected. We can now go through the setup of our direction, but there is something we need to look out for. Modem and local IP addresses of the router. In my setup, there will not be a problem with the AirTies modem + TP-Link router because the default IP address of AirTies modems is 10.0.0.0.1 and the TP-Link router is https://10001.network 10.0.0.1 (I do not know the other TP-Link modems and routers but probably all TP-Link network devices are default The IP address is 192.168.0.1 Suppose that both the local IP address of our modem and the local IP address are the same, now let's see how to change the local IP address.



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