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  1. Sticky: [Notice] If your Archer C50 is connected to the front-end...

    If your Archer C50 is connected to the front-end modem or router via an Ethernet cable, then you're using the Router or Access Point mode.
  2. Sticky: [Notice] That's the point if you get deeper into the...

    That's the point if you get deeper into the publisher's paper. The key reinstallation attacks mainly target the client devices. This is why some phones & computers manufactures such as Microsoft,...
  3. Sticky: [Notice] Just keep the wired cable connection. The AP...

    Just keep the wired cable connection. The AP itself is safe.
    But need to check and update your Wi-Fi client devices such as phones and computers to get rid of the flaws.
  4. Sticky: [Notice] By wlan is not safe, by wired is safe.

    By wlan is not safe, by wired is safe.
  5. Sticky: [Notice] Bridge mode means WDS wireless bridging which may...

    Bridge mode means WDS wireless bridging which may be affected by the vulnerabilities. In this case, your AP is connected to the root router through Wi-Fi, acting as a Wi-Fi extender.
  6. Sticky: [Notice] TL-WA801ND working in Access Point mode won't be...

    TL-WA801ND working in Access Point mode won't be affected.
  7. Sticky: [Notice] Please pay attention to the unaffected devices...

    Please pay attention to the unaffected devices list: Routers and gateways working on default Router mode or Access Point mode
  8. Sticky: [Notice] 1. So maybe you should check if your router/AP is...

    1. So maybe you should check if your router/AP is accepting older replay counter.
    According to the 802.11 Wi-Fi standard, an AP (authenticator) will check and accept Replay Counter value that...
  9. Sticky: [Notice] Just as what I said, TP-Link will patch the...

    Just as what I said, TP-Link will patch the routers as well in weeks. And routers are only affected in WDS bridging mode.
    The vulnerability mainly targets the Wi-Fi clients, thus if you don't get...
  10. If you have a TP-Link router and use it as the...

    If you have a TP-Link router and use it as the default router mode, then don't be worry about the vulnerabilities. Because the attacks only targets the Wi-Fi clients or gateways that working as a...
  11. Sticky: [Notice] If you use the TD-W9980 as a DSL modem router,...

    If you use the TD-W9980 as a DSL modem router, then you will not be affected by the vulnerabilities. What you need to do is updating your clients.
  12. Sticky: [Notice] If you're using Archer C2 as a wireless router,...

    If you're using Archer C2 as a wireless router, then it's not the point of the router, but your Wi-Fi clients. Even if the router has updated the latest WPA2 protocol which fixes the vulnerability,...
  13. Sticky: [Notice] The EAP series don't have a wireless WDS bridging...

    The EAP series don't have a wireless WDS bridging function to make it as a Wi-Fi clients. Thus the EAP series will never be affected by the WPA2 vulnerabilities. So don't be worry about your network...
  14. Sticky: [Notice] Please pay attention to the latest updates. The...

    Please pay attention to the latest updates.
    The vulnerabilities target the Wi-Fi clients only. Thus if your Archer D9 works in the default router mode, you won't be affected by the clients. Just...
  15. Sticky: [Notice] Please pay attention to the participants of the...

    Please pay attention to the participants of the vulnerability meeting. Not all the manufactures are aware of this vulnerability until the author published it on October 16th. The author doesn't make...
  16. Sticky: [Notice] Your C7 will not be affected if you use the...

    Your C7 will not be affected if you use the default router mode or set it up as an access point.
    As for C1200, the model doesn't support WDS function, thus it won't be affected.
  17. Sticky: [Notice] Are you using the WDS Bridging feature with...

    Are you using the WDS Bridging feature with TL-WR1043ND? If not, you won't be affected by the vulnerabilities.
  18. Sticky: [Notice] Hi All, Please pay attention to the latest...

    Hi All,

    Please pay attention to the latest updates. If you're using a TP-Link router working in the default router mode or access point mode, please don't be worry as it actually won't be affected...
  19. Sticky: [Notice] We will list the affected models after a...

    We will list the affected models after a confirmation and the beta releases should be available in the coming weeks.
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    Please refer to the link below:...

    Please refer to the link below:
    http://forum.tp-link.com/showthread.php?101094-Security-Flaws-Severe-flaws-called-quot-KRACK-quot-are-discovered-in-the-WPA2-protocol
  21. Sticky: [Notice] [Security Flaws] Severe flaws called "KRACK" are discovered in the WPA2 protocol

    Dear All,

    On October 16th, 2017, an security researcher has disclosed some severe flaws in the WPA2 security protocol.

    Description of the vulnerability
    The vulnerability that known as...
  22. [Problem Solution] Updates: New release is available. Please upgrade...

    Updates: New release is available. Please upgrade the new version and check if the issue still exists. Thanks.
  23. Sticky: [Knowledge Base] Video for powerline products including trouble shooting

    Hi All
    We've made several videos recently and they were uploaded to YouTube already.
    They are:


    1.TP-Link Powerline Wi-Fi Kit Setup and Installation Guide(Recommended)
    a.Basic introduction of...
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    Deco actually supports the Ethernet Backhaul...

    Deco actually supports the Ethernet Backhaul feature.
    However, you need to upgrade to the latest firmware version(170330) at first.
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    After you change the DNS servers settings under...

    After you change the DNS servers settings under DHCP server, you need to disconnect and then reconnect your devices to the router so that they will refresh the new status. Or just reboot the router.
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