It is easy to check which hardware version and firmware version your TP-Link router, modem, powerline adapter, range extender, or other device has. This information can be helpful when getting technical support or downloading the right firmware. Here are a few simple ways to find these details:

Check the product label

  • The hardware version is printed on the product label, usually on the bottom or back of the device.
  • Look for something like “Ver: 1.0” or “V1” – this indicates the hardware version.

Log into the web management page

  • Connect to your TP-Link device and log into the web interface using a web browser.
  • The hardware version and firmware version are often shown on the Status page or System Tools page.
  • Look for fields labeled “Hardware Version”, “Firmware Version”, or something similar.

Use the TP-Link Tether app

  • If your device supports the TP-Link Tether app, you can use the app to easily view the hardware and firmware details.
  • Connect your phone or tablet to the device’s Wi-Fi, open the Tether app, and select your TP-Link device.
  • The hardware and firmware versions will be displayed, usually on the main device screen or in the device settings.

Contact TP-Link support

  • If you are still having trouble finding the hardware or firmware version, contact TP-Link technical support for assistance.
  • They can help guide you through locating this information for your specific TP-Link product model.

Knowing how to quickly check your device’s hardware and firmware versions will make it easier to get the support you need and keep your TP-Link gear up-to-date and running smoothly.

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