This tutorial will allow you to connect a TP-LINK TL-WR802N router to your product.
Required hardware :
- TP Link nano-router
- ethernet (RJ45) cable
- micro-USB cable
Everything is included in the nano-router package.
Plug in the router. Connect the ethernet and USB cables to your product
For TL-WR802N routers
Connect to the wifi network using the SSID and password printed on the back of the device
Your computer will probably warn you of a
limited connectivity connection.
Type in defaults credentials :
Username : admin Password : admin
In the Operation Mode tab, select Access Point, then Save. Confirm the reboot and reconnect if necessary.
Once plugged, your product is readily accessible.
access your product using it’s dns-sd local hostname :
irisxx-XX with your product name and serial number (ie. an Iris 32” numbered 40 will be named
You can fetch the direct-access IP of your product using one of the following methods :
In the router’s administration interface (http://tplinkwifi.net or http://192.168.0.1). Go to DHCP > DHCP Clients List and find your product.
Use a network scanner, like