If you want to use multiple devices or just have WiFi, you have to get a router. The following tables list a few devices which have successfully worked in our network, although this list may not be complete.
The TP-Link setup domains "tplinklogin dot net" and "tplinkextender dot net" are not correct anymore and may distribute malware.
We strongly recommend to change the default password of your WiFi. There are easy ways to determine the default passwords from the network's name and/or MAC-address for several devices.
|TP-Link||Archer C20||yes||yes||All ports 100 Mbit/s||Ca. 20€|
|Cudy||WR 1300/2100||yes||yes||All ports 1 GBit/s||Ca. 40€|
|Apple||AirPort Express||no||-||Only configurable with a Mac with a GUI|
|Cudy||WR and AX series||yes||yes|
|Netgear||WG602 v4||no||yes||WLAN access point with routing|
|Samsung||SMT-G3210||no||-||Use LAN1 as WAN-Port|
|TP-Link||WR641G/642G v3||no||-||WLAN access point with routing|
|TP-Link||TL-WR1043ND||no||yes||1 GBit/s uplink port|
|TP-Link||TL-WDR3600,4300||yes||yes||All ports 1 GBit/s|
|TP-Link||Archer C50||yes||-||All ports 100 Mbit/s|
|TP-Link||Archer C80||yes||-||All ports 1 GBit/s|
|TP-Link||TL-WR841N||no||yes||All ports 100 Mbit/s|
|TP-Link||TL-WR940N||no||yes||All ports 100 Mbit/s|
|TP-Link||AX10||yes||-||All ports 1 GBit/s, WiFi 6|
|AVM||FritzBox *||?||?||Most models work. However, the setup is not easy. A visit to the office is strongly recommended. The FritzBox must be set up as a "cascaded router".|
NOT working devices
|Telekom||probably every||Devices are only DSL routers|
|TP-Link||TL-WA701ND||Is only a WiFi access point|
|TP-Link||Archer C6/C7||regular disconnections, fixed by disabling hardware NAT (advanced settings) or installing OpenWRT.|
|AVM||FritzBox 4040||software bugs, frequent restarts. Fixed with OpenWRT or old version.|
|LogiLink||WL0141||advertises multiple MAC addresses|
Retrieve MAC address
In order for the router to be operated in our network, the WAN MAC address of the router must be registered on our website. This can usually be seen in the configuration interface of the router.
Important: The MAC address on the back of the router is usually NOT the WAN MAC address.