The first 192.168.1.1 is the login management address of the TP router. As a frequently-used tool, routers often have a lot of problems, so I'll give you a way to solve 192.168.1.1.
1. Before configuring the router, first configure the network properties of the computer used to manage the router. The following uses Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 as an example to illustrate the computer's TCP/IP configuration process:
Start the computer, right-click on the desktop or "Network Neighborhood" in the "Start" select "Properties",
『Note』Do not ignore other such as "1394 connection", " Other connections such as "wireless network connection," this is done only for "local connection".
2. Right-click on "Local Area Connection" and select "Properties", select "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" and click on "Properties":
3. Set the computer to "Automatically obtain an IP address", "Automatically obtain a DNS server address" click "OK":
4. Then right-click "Local Area Connection" and select "Status" to see "Support":
『Note』If the settings are correct, the address type, subnet mask, and default gateway should be the same as above. The IP address is not necessarily 192.168.1.3, but it should be 192.168.1.× (× is 2~ A value between 254)
5. Follow the DOS command line to check the connection between the computer and the router by ping.
a) Find "Start" -> "Run", type cmd, click "OK", open the DOS command line:
b). Enter "ping 192.168" in the command line .1.1” and then press Enter. If “Reply from 192.168.1.1...” is displayed, the computer and the router are connected:
c). If other information is displayed, for example, “Request timed out” indicates There are other problems with the connection between the computer and the router. Please continue to refer to the next section.