When you make NAT settings for TP-Link AX6000 Next-Gen WI-Fi Router from tp link router setup page, you will allow your tplink wifi router device to use same public IP for other wireless devices. When you make tp link router setup for tplink router setup from a computer device and make the NAT settings, your wifi router device will allow all wireless devices to communicate on local area network.
There are different types of NAT rules for TP-Link AX6000 Next-Gen WI-Fi Router devices. These NAT settings are also known as port forwarding or port triggering. Once these settings are done, you can click the save button and save all settings from your computer device.
Dynamic NAT Settings for TP-Link AX6000 Next-Gen WI-Fi Router
Because there are 4 different types of rules that work for your router device NAT settings, we are explaining how you can make dynamic NAT settings for your devices.
- Connect your TP-Link AX6000 Next-Gen WI-Fi Router with a computer.
- Open web browser and fill tp link router setup address to the address bar.
- When you get the login page, you can type tplink router login user name and password. Some users do not know what login details they need to use so in this case they can use “Admin” for user name and same “admin” for password access.
- Click on “Advanced” button.
- After that select “NAT Forwarding” button,
- At the end click on “Port Triggering” button.
- From there you will find the NAT dynamic settings for TP-Link AX6000 Next-Gen WI-Fi Router device.
- Fill the application name and fill details about triggering ports.
- Select the triggering protocol details for your device.
- Fill the details about external ports.
- After that make select for external protocols that you want to use for your device. You can choose the protocol settings from drop down menu.
These are simple steps to make dynamic protocol settings for TP-Link AX6000 Next-Gen WI-Fi Router devices. There are some other rules that you will need to set but those rules are explained in other articles in full details.