TP-Link OnHub TGR1900 router login review
Meet OnHub, a router for the new way to Wi-Fi. We’re streaming and sharing in new ways our old routers were never built to handle. OnHub is built for all the ways you Wi-Fi. OnHub provides fast Wi-Fi for all of your devices, speaks in a language you understand, and keeps getting better.
The new Google Wifi system provides a different way to improve your wireless network. It replaces your existing router, and it’s a system of points that you place around the home to put an end to dead zones while delivering fast connectivity to every room and every device.
It’s simple to control, and features built-in Network Assist technology that keeps your network fast and secure—with no work required from you. Plus, you can manage both OnHub and Google Wifi with a single, easy-to-use companion app. Google Wifi and OnHub will work together.
How to manage the OnHub TGR1900 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
TP-LINK’s OnHub TGR1900 delivers stronger Wi-Fi connections and faster speed for every device. That means smoother streaming, lag-free gaming, and lightning-quick downloads. Plus, it connects to more than 100 devices simultaneously and covers up to 2,500 square feet of your home.
Some reviews: The packaging is attractive and well put together, no wasted space. Everything about this router is well designed! From the LED status ring, to the tubular design of the actual unit. Even the Ethernet cables are flat, to fit with this modern design.
It is important to understand what this router is and what it is not. The main difference between this, and a standard Wi-Fi router is convenience. The idea is to have a very simple to setup, use, and manage Wi-Fi solution in your home. Consequently, the companion “Google On” app used to control this device is very basic.
If you are looking for more advanced features (e.g. Web GUI, VPN server, FTP Server, etc.), then this Wi-Fi router is not for you. With that said, it’s not to say that there are no advanced features at all. In fact, you are still able to setup a guest network, adjust DNS settings (default is ISP + Google public), WAN settings, Enable\Disable UPnP, DHCP reservations, and Port forwarding to name a few.
Once you have your OnHub, download the free Google On App to help you set up and manage OnHub right from your phone or tablet. Prioritize bandwidth to a device or troubleshoot issues, at home or away.