TP-Link Archer C9 router login review
Router login, Archer C9 comes with the next generation 11ac Wi-Fi standard, offering total data transfer speeds up to 1.9Gbps. With 1.3Gbps over the clearer 5GHz frequency, and 600Mbps using two wireless chips to maximize performance over the 2.4GHz frequency your whole home will get excellent wireless coverage. The outstanding Gigabit Wi-Fi and Gigabit wired connections are ideal for bandwidth sensitive applications like streaming in HD and seamless online gaming. With Archer C9 you get a super-fast, high performance connected home.How to manage the Archer C9 Router?1. Set up the TCP/IP Protocol in Obtain an IP address automatically mode on your computer.2. Visit http://tplinkwifi.net, and log in with the username and password you set for the router. The default one is admin for both username and password. If you can not visit this website, you can try 192.168.0.1or192.168.1.1.If you forget the password please reset the router to factory default by pressing the reset button/hole on the router.Default router password listSome reviews: I get signal with the 2.4 throughout my entire 4,000sqft property. In a couple directions, it must pass through 4 walls but I still got useable signal. Set up is easy. I've tested several of TP-Links routers and from the first to the last, it has never taken me more than 5 minutes from opening the box, to the time I had my first device paired to its Wi-Fi. If you ever have a problem they offer great 24hr customer support. I tested this out a couple times too and fielded them some uncommon and technical questions; they always knew the answers right away or within seconds.This router is truly great looking. It is white, sleek and has nice blue lights. It sits vertically, rather than horizontally like most routers. I actually find that the upright design improves the performance/coverage, since the antennas sit much higher. The 3 antennas can be pointed to any direction, but I found that keeping the left and right antennas at a 45-degree angle and the center antenna straight up, gave the best coverage and performance. I had many connected devices (including smart devices) and found no stability issues during my testing. The dual core CPU definitely makes a big difference in this case. A lot of similar routers don't come with one! I had no issues with Wi-Fi coverage around my home, and even had great signal in my backyard.