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You can activate the content filter on any TP-Link devices by following these steps:

If you haven’t registered yet, you can do it now for free here: Click here to register.
Connect to the dashboard by entering the IP address of your TP-Link in your browser. Then insert your credentials to log in.

First of all, you need to change the DNS of your device.


  • To do that, click on the [Network] menu and open the [WAN] submenu.

  • Click on [Advanced] to configure DNS used by TP-Link.

  • Type in the Primary DNS field and in the Secondary DNS field.


Now you need to configure the dynamic DNS service. To do that, open the [Dynamic DNS] menu and configure it as follow:

  • Service Provider: Choose the Dyndns service. NB: you do not have to register for the dyndns service, it works anyway because the filter redirects the request to itself.

  • Username: Type in the cloud content filter’s registration username.

  • Password: Type in the cloud content filter’s password.

  • Domain: Insert a domain name. you like. For example, domain.

  • Check the box Enable DDNS.

  • Click on [Login] to force synchronization and then on [Save] to apply the changes.

NOTE: do not worry if the message DDNS not launching! pops up. Ignore it.


To enable and configure the DHCP server, open the [DHCP] menu and then click on [DHCP Settings].

Enable the service and configure it in the following way:

  • Start IP Address: Type the first IP of the DHCP range.

  • End IP Address: Type the last IP of the DHCP range.

  • Address Lease Time: Choose the DHCP lease time (in seconds).

  • Default Gateway: Insert the default gateway of your network.

  • Default Domain: Insert the domain name, if any.

  • Primary DNS: Filter’s primary DNS:

  • Secondary DNS: Filter’s secondary DNS:

  • NB: If you have configured our DNS on TP-Link, you can type in the IP of device as the primary DNS.

  • Finally, click on [Save] to apply the configuration.

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