How to setup TP-Link AC750 router?
While it is true that greatness comes from finally breaking through into the public by creating something great once and making yourself known, a lot of times, greatness has been achieved by consistently delivering on your promises and earning the trust of your customers by working for a decade. The first kind of greatness withers away, but this other kind, it leaves a legacy behind which is almost impossible to replace. This kind of trust has consistently been earned by a company that’s been around for more than 2 decades now and is still revolutionizing how we access the internet like it first did back in 1996.
TP-Link is a known face in the networking world. Constantly praised for its customer-centric and extremely easy to use devices, TP-Link has been deemed the no. 1 WLAN and broadband CPE devices by the IDC consistently for many years now. To think that the company has a global presence of around 120 countries is a rather daunting task which they’ve achieved and since we’re talking about the consistency, we have to talk about its most popular device TP-Link AC750 Archer C20.
The TP-Link AC750 Archer C20 is a powerful and popular device and has been racking awards for all the right reasons. Running on the 802.11 ac Wi-Fi standard, the next generation Wi-Fi along with the multiple bands that empower the total bandwidth of 733Mbps has been unleashing great speeds on the households across the world. The 3 available adjustable antennas attached can provide an omnidirectional signal across your home and can provide an extensive wireless coverage. With features like parental control, local management control, and rule management, The TP-Link AC750 Archer C20 breaks all boundaries of being a powerful home router.
The TP-Link AC750 router setup process is a rather easy task. Since the login and setup process is simplified and easy, the entire setup process can be done by anyone and everyone. Since we are often asked questions about it, we wanted to explain the entire setup process so as to make it even easier for the buyers.
So first starting with the connections:
To begin the connection process, we first need to take care of the placement of the router at a rather safe location. Places with moisture or heat should be negated along with all the places with a strong electromagnetic interference.
Connect the router using the following steps:
Step 1: First turn off your modem and remove and battery backup that the device has.
Step 2: Next have the Ethernet cable connected to the WAN port of the router.
Step 3: Now start the router and then wait for at least 2 min after it has restarted before making any changes.
Step 4: Find the power adapter and use it to give power to the device.
Next, we would need to connect your PC to the router to begin the setup process. You can do this by either connecting it via a wired or a wireless connection. It is however advised to perform all the setup process using a wired connection. To start a wired connection, turn off your device’s Wi-Fi adapter and connect the router to the computer using an Ethernet cable from the router’s WAN port to the LAN port of the PC. To connect the device wirelessly, use SSID and password printed on the label on the bottom of your router.
Next, we need to start with the configuration process that can be initiated by logging in the web-based router setup page from any browser of the connected device.
The steps to follow would be:
Step 1: Set the TCP/IP protocol to dynamically or automatically receive the IP address on the computer.
Step 2: Visit http://tplinkwifi.net which is the router setup page. Use the Username and Password “admin” to log in.
Step 3: After you log in, you will be prompted with a screen that would ask you to choose the quick setup option.
Step 4: The quick setup option will first require you to choose the connection type. If unsure, choose auto-detect. This will take you to filling in the next details.
Step 5: You will be asked to setup the SSID and the password of both the available bands along with the security type that you use. WPA2 Personal is always recommended.
Step 6: All the settings that you’ve chosen will be shown to you and you would be asked if you want to save these. Press Save and power cycle the device once again.
With that your TP-Link AC750 device is set to be used as per your needs and have a great web surfing experience.