As one of the best brands that provide the WAN devices, TP-Link has always been a corporation that treads into previously uncharted areas of technology. The routers made by them have been built specifically to reach your home and provide you with the best in class technology and a streaming experience which is flawless in every sense.
This is because ever since the revolution and introduction of the internet in the early to late 90s, TP-link has been for more than 2 decades trying to achieve perfection and with every device they introduce, they arrive one step closer to that. With so many steps taken towards it, you can say they have walked into a territory where they have dominated the global market and which they can’t be removed from if they continue performing this well and delivering consistently.
Powered by the same corporation and with latest technologies like the 802.11ac wireless standard, the dual-band antennas with high range and Gigabit connection speeds, the TP-Link AC1750 Archer C7 router has been known to be amongst the best that TP-Link introduced in its home router range.
The device is specifically known for the high-speed internet sharing ability due to the 802.11 ac wireless standard known to take the speeds up to the Gigabit level. The three adjustable antennas provide maximum coverage and the Dual-bands at 2.4GHz and 5GHz ensure minimum traffic congestion providing high data transfer rate.
Although a rather simple task, still, the constant questions raised about the password changing process of the router pushed us to share the steps involved which can achieve that. Hence, to change the password, simply follow the steps below:
Step 1: First things first, we need to find the default gateway address that will take us to the router setup page. To complete the task, you need to make sure you’re connected to the network via a wired or a wireless connection. Next, head over to the command prompt and type the command ‘ipconfig’. Note the default gateway IP.
Step 2: Enter the IP address in the address bar of the browser of your laptop or PC you have connected to the network. You will now reach the TP-Link Extender login page.
Step 3: You would need to enter the username and password for the device. If you changed them in the beginning as per your convenience, add that if not, enter the default username and password which is ‘admin’ in both the cases.
Step 4: Now you can change the SSID and password of either one or both the frequency bands i.e. 2.4GHz and 5GHz. Head over to the Wireless 2.4GHz tab and enter the new SSID and change the password from the wireless security tab under it. Do the same for the 5GHz band if you wish to.
Step 5: Once you are done making the changes click save to save the changes. The router will now reboot in order to save the settings and once it comes back up, you can log into it with the new SSID and password.