The TP-Link AC1750 is bulky and thick, it has roughly the size and shape of a 6.5 inch smartphone. When you look at the front of the AC1750, you will see that it has a large RE and WPS button coupled to an LED ring of light around its outer edge. The unit also features 2.4GHz and 5GHz band status indicators and a power indicator.
On the left side you will find several buttons, including the Power, Reset buttons and a button that turns off the lights. And the right side of the device sports a gigabit LAN port and a two-pin plug on the back. Overall, the TP-Link AC1750 is a powerful and functional device that fits perfectly in your basement, your garage or elsewhere.
- Smoother 4K HD streaming and online gaming with high-performance AC1750 Wi-Fi over 5GHz (1300Mbps) and 2.4GHz (450Mbps) bands
- Fully expanded Wi-Fi coverage with three external detachable antennas and three internal antennas
- Lightning-fast wired connections using four Gigabit Ethernet Ports
- Share files, photos, music, and video across your network using dual USB ports
- Locates devices using Wi-Fi and targets them with stronger signal using beamforming
- Adjust Wi-Fi settings from your mobile device (Android, iOS) with the TP-LINK Tether App
- Supports 802.11ac and is backwards compatible with 802.11 a/b/g/n
- 2-year warranty and 24/7 technical support
We need to know the internal IP address of your TP-Link AC1750 router before you can connect to it.
IP-Link AC-1750 IP Addresses: 192.168.1.1
If you have not seen the IP address of your router in the list above. There are 2 additional ways to determine the IP address of your router:
- You can follow our IP address guide "How to find your router".
- Or you can use our free software called IP address of the router.
- Now that you have the internal IP address of your router, we are ready to connect to it.
The TP-Link AC1750 has a web interface for configuration. You can use any web browser to connect to the TP-Link AC1750. In this example, we will use Internet Explorer.
Enter the internal IP address of the TP-Link AC1750
Put the internal IP address of your TP-Link AC1750 in the address bar of your web browser. Then press the Enter key on your keyboard. A dialog box asking for your TP-Link AC1750 user name and password should be displayed.
TP-Link AC1750 Default Username and Password
You must know the username and password to connect to your TP-Link AC1750. All of the default TP-Link AC1750 usernames and passwords are listed below.
- TP-Link AC1750 Username-admin
- TP-Link AC1750 Administrator Passwords
- Enter your username and password in the dialog box that appears.
If you can not connect to your router, here are some solutions you can try.
TP-Link AC1750 password does not work
You should try other TP-Link passwords. We have a long list of TP-Link passwords that you can try located here. The default password for your router may be different from what we listed here.
Forgotten password for the TP-Link AC1750 router
If your Internet Service Provider provided you with your router, you may want to try to make a call and see if it knows the username and password of your router or maybe it can be reset for you.
How to reset the TP-Link AC1750 router to the default settings
If you still can not connect, you may need to reset your router to its default settings. You may want to follow our guide titled How to reset your router.
How to reset your router
There is a difference between rebooting a router and rebooting a router. When you restart your router, it means that you turn it on. Reset your router involves restoring its factory settings.
You may have forgotten the password for your router and now want to reset it. You must first reset the router to its factory settings and then use the default password to access your router.
How to restart your router
Restarting a router means turning it on. If you want to restart your router, follow these steps:
- Disconnect the power connector on the back of the router, and then reconnect it.
- Wait about 30 seconds for the router to reboot.
- Your Internet connection will be interrupted when your router is rebooted. If someone uses a computer on your network to access the Internet, you can notify them.
How to reset your router
When you reset your router, the following settings are changed:
- Username and password of the router
- Wi-Fi username and password
- ISP username and password
- Any portport you have configured
- All firewall settings you have defined
- Basically, any configuration changes you made to your router. As you can probably see in the list above, resetting your router is a serious matter. Proceed with caution.
- To reset your router, look for the small reset button usually located on the back of the router.
- When the router is powered on, use a pin or the end of a paper clip to press and hold the reset button. You will have to wait about 10 seconds.
- As a general rule, you will want to wait for the LEDs on the router to change. Depending on the make and model of your router, the lights may start to blink and stay lit or start blinking.
- When you release the reset button, the router must be reset to the factory settings.