TP-Link Archer C59 – AC1350 router login review
The Archer C59 comes with the brand new Wi-Fi standard — 802.11ac, widely compatible with both wireless AC and wireless N devices and three times faster than previous wireless N speeds.
With this cutting edge technology, the Archer C59 offers you faster, stronger and more capable Wi-Fi. Simply put: a revolutionized network experience on all your devices.
How to manage the Archer C59 – AC1350 Router?
1. Set up the TCP/IP Protocol in Obtain an IP address automatically mode on your computer.
2. Visit http://192.168.1.1, 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 192.168.1.1, you can try 192.168.0.1.
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
The Archer C59 provides your entire home with simultaneous dual band Wi-Fi connections. The strong and stable 2.4GHz wireless band with 450Mbps Wi-Fi speed is perfect for sending emails, browsing the web or listening to music. Meanwhile, the 5GHz wireless band provides up to 867Mbps Wi-Fi speed for latency-sensitive entertainment so you can stream HD video, play online games and hold video chats all at the same time, without delay.
Some reviews: I’ve been using lots of various routers over the years, and I have to say, I love simple routers. This router is easy to set up, has lots of great features and most of all, it’s simple. I used this router to just extend my network even though there is no bridge mode.
This is a great router for any home. The dual band feature lets you have multiple devices connected and using WiFi at the same time. The setup process was very easy and simple. I had the route up and running within 5 minutes. The range is so good that I do not have any dead spots in my home and I get great speed everywhere.
The Archer C59’s three high performance external antennas ensure full home Wi-Fi coverage. Combined with a dual band wireless network, its increased stability and range means you will no longer suffer from weak, dropped connections.