TP-Link Archer C5200-AC5200 router login review
The Archer C5200 gets a performance boosts of up to 25%, thanks to NitroQAM (1024-QAM) and 4-Stream. These advanced technologies allow the router’s 5GHz bands to provide industry-leading speeds of up to 2167Mbps. With NitroQAM and 4-Stream, you can game at the highest settings without lagging.
Eight antennas with Beamforming technology detect the locations of your connected devices and concentrate wireless signal strength toward them. This makes all of your connections more efficient and stable, improving network performance, even in medium-sized offices and public cafes.
How to log in the router Archer C5200-AC5200?
1. Set up the TCP/IP Protocol in Obtain an IP address automatically mode on your computer.
2. Open a Web Browser -> Type http://tplinkwifi.net in the address bar -> Press Ente, 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 IP, you can try 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1.
If you forget the password please reset the router to factory default by pressing the reset button/hole on the router.
Default router password list
External hard drives can connect directly to the Archer C5200 via its USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, making it easy to share large files, photos, music and video across your network.
Some reviews: The Archer C5200 is one of the best routers on the market, perhaps only being topped by TP-Links higher end model of this same router. I would recommend this one over that one as it has all the features you’ll likely need and is at a much more affordable price. You get excellent speeds wired, wireless and the router has the latest technology built in it which means better range, less interference and faster response times.
As with most routers today, the Archer C5200 is easy to set up, even for a novice, thanks to the quick set up guide and the intuitive browser user interface. The instructions are clear, easy to follow, and take fifteen minutes tops to get a wireless network up and running. Tweaking to individual preferences takes longer.
You can use the TP-LINK Tether app to access the router from your smart phone after the initial set-up. The speed over the network is fast, although obviously that’s limited by the ISP and the individual service plan. Speedtest shows speeds up to the max I’ve paid for. The multi-user multiple input/multiple output (MU-MIMO) technology splits the bands to allow up to four compatible devices to run simultaneously.