Installing a router at home is a relatively simple process, and can be completed in a few steps:
Choose a location: Choose a location for your router that is central to your home and away from obstructions, such as walls or large appliances, which can interfere with the signal.
Connect your router: Connect your router to a power outlet using the supplied power adapter. Then, connect the router to your modem using an Ethernet cable. Most routers come with an Ethernet cable.
Configure your router: Once you have connected your router to your modem, you will need to configure your router. To do this, connect your computer to your router using an Ethernet cable or Wi-Fi, and enter the router's IP address into your web browser. This will bring up the router's settings page, where you can set up your Wi-Fi network name (SSID) and password.
Connect your devices: Once you have configured your router, you can connect your devices to the Wi-Fi network. To do this, go to your device's Wi-Fi settings and select your router's Wi-Fi network name (SSID), and enter the password.
Test your connection: Once you have connected your devices to the Wi-Fi network, test your connection by browsing the web or streaming video.
If you have any issues with the setup process, consult with Tripleplay customer care 9308080808 or read manual. you can also visit https://www.tripleplay.in/help-and-support