TP-Link AC1750 Wireless Dual-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi 5 Router (Archer C7)
- Dual band for combined wireless speeds of up to 1.75Gbps at 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands concurrently, offering seamless streaming
- Delivers 1.3Gbps wireless speeds over the 5GHz band and 450Mbps over the 2.4GHz band
- Omni-directional wireless coverage for improved internet connection throughout your house or office
- Supports IPv6 and compatible with 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac products
- 1Gbps port speed ensures fast data transfers
- Dual USB ports allow you to share printers, files or media locally or over the Internet
- Guest Network Access provides secure WiFi access for guests sharing your home or office network
- WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK encryptions provide user networks with active defence against security threats
- IP-based bandwidth control allows you to manage the bandwidth of devices connected to the router
- Easy Setup Assistant provides multilanguage support for a quick and hassle-free installation
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Wired Networking Features
Network Security / Management Features
- Archer C7 AC1750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router
- 3 Detachable Antennas
- Power Supply Unit
- Resource CD
- Ethernet Cable
- Quick Installation Guide
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Of the 142 reviewers who responded, 134 would recommend this product.
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Ease of Use: Excellent
- Good, fast dual band router- May 1, 2020
I had recently upgraded to 200/200 fiber internet service and my old router (a 2005 Linksys WRT-54GL) would max out at 60mbps even on the wired connection. The new TP-Link Archer A7 is giving me my full upload and download speeds and the AC1750 dual band radio gives me much faster WiFi speeds. Because it also has a 5 Ghz radio, our microwave oven no longer interferes with streaming TV and other streaming apps. Set up was easy, but I plan on replacing the stock firmware with open source DD-WRT, which I was running on the old Linksys. While the stock TP-Link firmware seems stable, my old Linksys stayed up without needing a reboot for almost two years running DD-WRT v24 SP2.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent Router- January 13, 2017
I got this based on The Wirecutter's recommendation and I couldn't be happier. I get excellent Wifi coverage throughout the whole apartment. My old Asus RT-N56U had issues in the kitchen, but the TP-Link throws a nice strong signal over there. If I have one criticism, it's the Web Interface. It's a little bland and lacks some basic functionality. Port forwarding is a lot more complex than it needs to be, since you can't choose the device to forward to like you could on the Asus, you have to remember the IP address of the device to forward to. It's also a little difficult to get a list of connected devices. Other than that, this is a great purchase.
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- Good hardware, DD-WRT compatible- December 7, 2017
Out of the box, I had problems with this router. My Internet connection is 60Mbps down, 10Mbps up. I was able to achieve this on the 5GHz channel without any tweaking. The 2.4GHz channel, however, was horrible. 0.5Mbps down, 1.0 Mbps up. This router is not in the official dd-wrt router database, so you'll have to look under "other downloads" to get new firmware for it. Initially, I went for the most recent - big mistake - I reverted to stock, then updated to the version compiled on 10/25/2017. It now works GREAT. I get about 40Mbps down on the 2.4GHz channel now, and that is sufficient.
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