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Quick Installation Guide

Hello, I’m here.
Follow me to extend your home network.

Adapter
TL-PA8030P

* Applicable to TL-PA8030P and its
multiple-pack kits

* TL-PA8030P KIT (European version) is
used for demonstration in this QIG.

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Wait until the Powerline
LED turns on.

More: To add additional Powerline
adapters and extenders with the default
settings, simply plug them into the wall
sockets on the same electrical circuit.

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6

4

Attention

Plug the powerline devices into wall outlets instead of power strips.
Wall Outlet

Power Strip

Set Up a Secure Powerline Network by Pairing (Recommended)

Physical Appearance

You can create or join a secure powerline network using the Pair button on two devices at a time.
Tips: We recommend that you plug in the powerline devices near each other when pairing.
Integrated Electrical Socket

To create a secure powerline network:
1 Press the Pair button on one of the powerline devices
for 1 second. Its Power LED starts blinking.

Power LED
Powerline LED
Ethernet LED

Note: If the Power LED does not blink, press the Pair button again.

2 Within 2 minutes, press the Pair button on another
device for 1 second. Its Power LED starts blinking.
3 When the Powerline LED

is on and stable, it's done.

Pair Button
within 2 minutes

Blinking

Blinking
6

LED

On

Power
Powerline

To join an existing secure powerline network:
1 Press the Pair button on any of the existing powerline
devices for 1 second. Its Power LED starts blinking.

3 When the Powerline LED

On/Off
Blinking

within 2 minutes

Blinking

is on and stable, it's done.

6

On

The powerline adapter is on or off.
Once every second: Pairing is in process.
Once every 15 seconds: Power-Saving Mode is on.*

At least one Ethernet port is connected or no Ethernet
port is connected.

* If the device connected to the adapter is turned off or inactive for more than 5
minutes, the powerline adapter will automatically switch to Power-Saving Mode.

Blinking

6

Existing
Powerline Device

DESCRIPTION

Yellow-green The powerline adapter is in a location with a good signal
strength.
Red
The powerline adapter is in a location with a poor signal
strength. We recommend trying another wall socket.
Off
The powerline adapter is not connected to any powerline
network or is in Power-Saving Mode.

Ethernet On/Off

Note: If the Power LED does not blink, press the Pair button again.

2 Within 2 minutes, press the Pair button on the new
powerline adapter for 1 second. Its Power LED
starts blinking.

STATUS

New
Powerline Device

ITEM

DESCRIPTION

Pair Button

Press and hold for about 8 seconds to leave an existing powerline network.

Press and hold for 1 second to set up or join a secure powerline network.
Press and hold for more than 15 seconds to reset the powerline adapter.

Integrated
Used as a pass-through AC outlet to power other devices. It also reduces
Electrical Socket some electrical noise that may interfere with powerline performance.

Frequently Asked Questions
Q1. How do I reset my powerline adapter?

©2017 TP-Link 7106507425 REV2.0.1

A. With the powerline adapter plugged into the electrical outlet, press and hold
the Pair button for more than 15 seconds until the Power LED
goes off
momentarily and comes back on.

Q2. How to troubleshoot if there is no Internet connection in my
powerline network?

A1. Make sure all powerline devices are on the same electrical circuit.
A2. Make sure the Powerline LEDs
light up on all of your powerline devices. If
they do not, reset or pair all your powerline devices.
A3. Make sure all hardware devices are correctly and securely connected.
A4. Check if you have an Internet connection by connecting the computer directly
to the modem or router.
A5. Make sure your computer’s IP address is in the same segment as your router’s.

Easy Management
Q3. What should I do if a successfully-paired powerline device does
not reconnect after it has been moved to a new location?
A1. Try another socket and make sure it is on the same electrical circuit.
A2. Try to pair it again, and make sure the Powerline LED
is on.
A3. Check for possible interference, such as a washer, air conditioner or other
household appliance that may be too close to one of the powerline devices.
Plug it into the integrated electrical socket to remove some electrical noise.

Using tpPLC utility for advanced configuration:

1. Visit http://www.tp-link.com, and search for your product.
2. Find and download the compatible version of the utility on its Support page.
3. Install the utility and start your configuration.

For technical support and more information, please visit
http://www.tp-link.com/support, or simply scan the QR code.

TP-Link hereby declares that the device is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of directives 2014/30/EU, 2014/35/EU, 2009/125/EC and 2011/65/EU. The original EU declaration
of conformity may be found at http://www.tp-link.com/en/ce.


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