Tp-Link Routers & Access Points
When configuring TP-Link wireless router as a wireless access point, many customers would doubt the main differences between Wireless Router Mode and Access Point Mode. This article will help you make it clear.
Wireless Router is a combination of Wireless Access Point and Wired Router. Wired Router is used to allow all client devices to share internet and it supports some functions like Parental Control, Access Control, Qos, Bandwidth Control, NAT Forwarding, IPV6 and VPN,etc. Wireless Access Point is only designed to provide wireless connection. In this case, when switching TP-Link wireless router from Router Mode into Access Point Mode by using Operation Mode Option on TP-Link web interface