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Configuring TP-LINK for Hostspot:

Connect to Router TPLINK ( with a computer.

User: admin

Password: admin

Go to System Tools > Firmware Update

Select file: factory-to-ddwrt.bin (create a ticket in our platform to provide it)

*Note: wait for 5 minutes, the screen will go blank

Configuring DDWRT for Hostspot

Accesing the AP

Go to: http://

Username: admin

Password: admin

Then change your password

Basic Setup

Click on Setup
Select Basic Setup
Connection Type: Automatic Configuration – DHCP

Wireless interface configuration

Click on Wireless

Wireless Mode: AP
Wireless Network Mode: Mixed
Channel Width: Full (20 MHz)
Wireless Channel: Auto
Wireless Network Name (SSID): *Change to any name you wish (i.e: Café WIFI)

Wireless SSID Broadcast: Enable

Click on Wireless Security

Security Mode: Disabled

Click on Save and Apply Settings

To end this configuration, it is necessary to set the value Unbrigded for the network corresponding to the interface chosen.
This can be done through the Setup > Networking Security menu.

Hotspot configuration

The last step of the procedure is opening the Services > Hotspot menu to configure the WiFi device as a HotSpot. Here it is necessary to enable Chillispot, and then specify the RADIUS server details, the Splash Portal URL, the Radius NAS ID, and in some cases the interface that Chillispot will use for the Hotspot.
The Radius NAS ID parameter set in the device must be unique for all the Hotspots belonging to your network. Otherwise the HotSpot will not be correctly integrated with the Solution.

Click on Services
Then click on Hotspot
Select Chilispot and leave the rest inactive

Configure the settings below:

Click on Save and Apply Settings

Restart Router

Walled Garden

The IP addresses ranges to enter are the following (comma separate):

We recommend you to add also your local Google domain (e.g. “*google.us” for USA, “*google.it” for Italy, “*google.co.uk” for UK, etc.).
We recommend you to add also your local Google domain (e.g. “*google.us” for USA, “*google.it” for Italy, “*google.co.uk” for UK, etc.).
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