TP-LINK Router Default Admin Login

How To Login at a TP-LINK Router

TP-Link is probably the most common brand of wireless routers found in households and small offices throughout North America and Europe. If you want to make full use of the capabilities of your Wi-Fi network, no matter whether you use it to stream TV and gaming at home, or you would like to use it for business purposes, you need to go to the device’s admin panel. From there you can tweak the security settings of your Wi-Fi network, make it faster, and personalize some features to make sure they fit your preferences and requirements perfectly. So, how does one get into their TP-Link router’s admin page?

  • Connect your laptop/PC to the router’s Wi-Fi (or better yet, use an Ethernet cable).
  • Go to or That is the landing page for all TP-Link wireless routers’ admin page
  • Use “admin” (all lowercase) for both username and password.

Most Common IPs for TP-LINK Routers

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Default Usernames and Passwords for TP-LINK Routers

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Configuration and Settings of TP-LINK Routers

Now you should be able to see the admin panel. The Network settings and Wireless Settings are the two most important tabs here. The former is where you change the default private IP and login details for the admin panel. The latter is the place to personalize your SSID (the Wi-Fi’s name) and set up a password for it. From there on, you can explore the rest of the settings that your TP-Link wireless router offers.

TP Links models and lines

TP Links divides its routers into several categories according to the best scenario in which they are to be used and recommend the best routers from their catalog for each case:

  • Ultimate Coverage - Archer AX90
  • 4k Streaming/Video chatting - Archer AX20
  • Simultaneous transmission for Multiple Devices - Archer AX6000
  • Extreme Gaming - Archer AX11000
  • Daily Use - Archer AX10
  • Traveling - Archer C54

Archer AX11000 for instance is a pretty pricey option, costing more than $400. However, this router comes with a guarantee you will no longer experience lag when gaming. Archer AX11000 is a Wi-Fi 6 router, which guarantees fast speed. On top of that, it comes with some pretty easy-to-set up and useful parental control features, which come in handy when we are talking about gaming routers.

If you are looking for a budget option, you can’t go wrong with a $70 Archer AX10. This everyday home use router benefits from reliable 2.4 GHz performance in testing and blows away the competition in the 5GHz range. It is also small and you can easily integrate it into your home’s design.

About TP-Link

TP-Link Technologies Co., Ltd is a Hong Kong and Shenzhen, China-based manufacturer of networking products. It was established in 1996 by brothers Zhao Jianjun and Zhao Jiaxing. The two of them have designed a network card and decided to create a company to produce it, instead of selling the patent. The company’s slogan “Reliably Smart” goes hand-in-hand with the corporation’s philosophy to offer reliable, yet cheap wireless routers for homes and small offices. What makes TP-Link stand out from other popular networking product brands is that they produce all their routers in-house, instead of outsourcing the work to original design manufacturers (ODMs). According to the company that allows them to remain competitive. Apart from the TP-Link wireless routers, their products are divided into three brands – Deco, Neffos, and Tapo. Deco is their mesh-network product. Neffos is a brand operated by TP-Link for mobile phones and smartphones, while Tapo is the family of their mini-smart hubs and Wi-Fi cameras. Currently, TP-Link has over 24 000 employees worldwide.

Common Problems with TP-Link routers

Certain issues may prevent users from using their TP-Link devices to their full potential. When the Wi-Fi isn’t set up properly, the conflict may result in an inability to establish an internet connection. If you are experiencing such an issue, to go the admin panel. In the Network settings tab, check the following:

  • Network mode – the router must have support enabled for all Wi-Fi versions used by network clients.
  • Security mode – TP-Link Routers usually have WPA and WEP security protocols available. The security protocol used by the router must be the same as the one used by your other devices.

If your internet connection is slow you might want to check how many devices are currently connected to the router. Lower class models don’t handle multiple devices simultaneously well. When network conflicts arise, they can cause your whole internet connection to get disrupted. When that happens, a restart of the router usually fixes the problem.