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TP-Link AX5400 Tri-Band WiFi 6 Router (Archer AX75)- Gigabit Wireless Internet Router, ax Router for Streaming and Gaming, VPN Router, OneMesh, WPA3
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|Frequency Band Class||Tri-Band|
|Wireless Communication Standard||802.11n, 802.11ax, 802.11b, 802.11ac, 802.11g|
|Compatible Devices||Personal Computer|
|Included Components||Power Adapter, RJ45 Ethernet Cable, Wi-Fi Router Archer AX75, Quick Installation Guide|
|Connectivity Technology||Wi-Fi, USB, Ethernet|
|Security Protocol||WPA2, WPA3, WPA2-Enterprise|
|Number of Ports||5|
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- Super-Fast Tri-Band WiFi 6 Router - Up to 5400 Mbps WiFi for faster browsing, streaming, gaming and downloading, all at the same time(5 GHz: 2402 Mbps;5 GHz: 2402 Mbps;2.4 GHz: 574 Mbps)¹
- Connect More, Stay Fast—Tri-Band makes most of the available spectrums for transmission and connect devices with separate bands to reduce interference
- Powerful Quad-Core Processing - Equipped with a 1.7 GHz Quad-Core CPU to handle huge throughput and eradicate latency
- Broader Coverage - 6× high-performance antennas, Beamforming, and high-power FEM combine to ensure vast coverage
- OneMesh Supported – Creates a OneMesh network by connecting to a TP-Link OneMesh Extender for seamless whole-home coverage.
- VPN Server and Client: Archer AX75 Supports both VPN Server and VPN Client (OpenVPN/PPTP/L2TP)
- TP-Link HomeShield – TP-Link's premium security services keep your home network safe with cutting-edge network and IoT protection. Free features: 1. Network Security Scan 2. Basic Parental Controls 3. QoS 4. Weekly/Monthly Reports 5. IoT Device Identification, HomeShield Pro paid service ads more robust protections and features for, 5.99/Month, 1-Month Free Trial²
- Works with all internet service providers, such as AT&T, Verizon, Xfinity, Spectrum, RCN, Cox, CenturyLink, Frontier, etc.( a modem is required for most internet service providers)
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1: Maximum wireless signal rates are the physical rates derived from IEEE Standard 802.11 specifications. Actual wireless data throughput, wireless coverage, and quantity of connected devices are not guaranteed and will vary as a result of network conditions, client limitations, and environmental factors, including building materials, obstacles, volume and density of traffic, and client location. 2: HomeShield includes the Free Basic Plan. Fees apply for the Pro Plan. Visit tp-link.com/homeshield for more information. 3: Use of Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), and other features including OFDMA, 1024-QAM, MU-MIMO or HE160 require clients to also support the corresponding features.160 MHz bandwidth may be unavailable on the 5 GHz band in some regions/countries due to regulatory restrictions. 4: Use of WPA3 requires clients to support WPA3.
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|Connectivity Technology||Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB||Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB||Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB||Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB||Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB||Wi-Fi|
|Data Transfer Rate||5400 Mb per second||5378 Mb per second||5400 Mb per second||2976 Mb per second||6579 Mb per second||1440.00 Gb per second|
|Frequency Bands Supported||2.4 GHz, 5 GHz||5 GHz||2.4 GHz, 5 GHz||2.4 GHz, 5 GHz||2.4 GHz, 5 GHz||2.4 GHz, 5 GHz|
|Total Ethernet Ports||5||5||5||5||5||—|
|Wireless Communication Standard||802.11ac, 802.11ax, 802.11n, 802.11b, 802.11g||802.11ac, 802.11ax, 802.11b, 802.11n, 802.11g||802.11ac, 802.11n, 802.11g, 802.11b, 802.11ax||802.11ax, 802.11b, 802.11n, 802.11ac, 802.11g||802.11ax, 802.11ac, 802.11b, 802.11n, 802.11g||802.11ax|
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Triband Performance Unleashed
Combining tri-band wifi with latest wifi 6 technology, the 5400 Mbps bandwidth is distributed on three separated bands, achieving higher efficiency and lower congestions. Enjoy fluent 4K/8K streaming, immersive AR/VR gaming, and blazing-fast downloads.¹
160MHz Channel for Less Congestion
Doubles your Wi-Fi speed with the160 MHz Channel. Pair your phone and laptop with Archer AX75 to get the ultra-fast connection up to 2.4 Gbps and finish downloading a movie in seconds.³
With the feature of VPN Client, it’s easy to configure the VPN on the router and ensure your internet privacy
The Latest in Network Security
Support for the latest WPA3 security protocol offers stronger WiFi encryptions and protection from cyber attacks for your overall network.⁴
Easy Setup and Use
Set up and manage your Archer router in minutes with the intuitive Tether App with guided setup instructions.
Improved Cooling Design
No heat ups, no throttles. A larger heat sink and refined case design cool the WiFi 6 system and enable your network to stay at top speed.
Supports OneMesh to form seamless whole-home coverage, preventing drops and lag when moving between signals.(OneMesh WiFi Extender is needed)
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TP-Link AX5400 Tri-Band WiFi 6 Router (Archer AX75)- Gigabit Wireless Internet Router, ax Router for Streaming, VPN Router
**Works with all internet service providers, such as Comcast, Charter, AT&T, Verizon, Xfinity, Spectrum, RCN, Cox, CenturyLink, Frontier, etc.( a modem is required for most internet service providers)
*Archer AX75 supports VPN Client like OpenVPN, PPTP VPN and L2TP VPN.
TP-Link offers 24/7 technical support and 2-year warranty for most home products,1 more year than most networking brands.
Reviewed in the United States on November 22, 2019
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Well I decided to do some research on other wifi 6 routers. I read a lot of good things about this tp-link wifi 6 router. I liked the specs it provided so I decided to give it a try. This is my first tp-link router. I received it in the mail unhooked the other router hooked this one up and started setting it up. I must say the setup process is simple. You can either do it from a browser on a pc or you can download their app and do it from there. They give you two options to set up the wifi networks. You can either have it set to one single ssid (this will combine 2.4ghz and 5ghz into a single wifi connection.)and it will connect your devices to which network is best for the device or you can have it the traditional way and sperate the 2.4ghz and 5ghz wifi. After I set up my wifi network I went in and changed the channels from auto to what worked best in my environment. I do recommend changing the channels from auto to what gives you the less interference from neighboring wifi channels as that will give you the best performance over your wifi. After I got all my settings where I want them it was time to run a speed test on my desktop pc. It is connected to the router by a cat 5e ethernet cable. The modem is connected to the router by a cat 6e ethernet cable. I pay for 400mbps and 20mbps upload(spectrum internet) I ran my speed test a couple of times to make sure the results were consistent. My speed results were 521.92mbps download and 28.15mbps upload. Those are great speeds and way way above what I pay for. I do a lot of gaming and this router did excellent. It lowered my ping in games and gaming overall felt a lot smoother. It provides great performance over ethernet.
5ghz review starts here.
To test my 5ghz network I will be using my iphone 12(WiFi 6 compatible device). I started out by testing the speeds right next to the router. The results were 482.8mbps download and 32.6mbps upload. My next test would be in my kitchen which is right outside of my room. I started the speed test. The results were 477mbps down and 23.2mbps upload. The next test would be in the laundry room which is threw my kitchen but you can see my room and the router perfectly from there. My speed test results were 417.3mbps down and 23.1mbps upload. So far the 5ghz network provides excellent speeds over distance.(Old wifi routers I had would drop a bar of signal or two at those spots and would struggle to give me a good speed over 5ghz) My next testing spot would be in my garage which isn't far from my house at all. The results were 285mbps down and 24.8mbps upload.(old wifi routers I had would only give me 1-2 bars of signal in the garage and speeds were horrible) My next testing spot would be in the front of my house. Now their is two walls in between the front of my house and the router. The speed test results were 276.5mbps down and 22.7mbps upload. At all of these spots I tested the 5ghz wifi at I had full bars of signal and not once did they drop to 1 or 2 bars of signal. Overall the 5ghz band delivers excellent speeds and gives great coverage.
2.4ghz review starts here.
To test the 2.4ghz network I will be using my google pixel 4a 5g(Non wifi 6 compatible). Since I will be using the same spots to test in I'm gonna put it into a list view.
1. Next to the router- 132mbps down and 23mbps upload
2. Kitchen- 124mbps down and 21.8mbps upload
3. Laundry room- 127mbps down and 23.1mbps upload
4. Garage- 81.7mbbps down 21.8mbps upload
5. Front of my house- 77.8mbps down and 18.8mbps upload
While I was connected to the 2.4ghz in all these spots I did not lose any bars of signal at all. The speeds were great for being on the 2.4ghz connection. 2.4ghz connection is known to have the best range and not that great of speeds but with this router speeds are excellent for this connection.
After all my testing was done I was very happy with this router. This router has out performed all my old routers I have ever used. However it does get a little hotter then I would like but it doesn't get hot enough to worry about it causing a fire etc. I recommend putting some space between the back of it and where it's going to be placed so it can have some more airflow. I like how they have a app for the router also. It makes it easier to see what devices are on the network instead of always needing to log in on a computer to check everything. I personally don't have anything bad to say about the router except for the heat issue other then that I defiantly recommend this router.
Second, with that, how is the router itself? As the headline says, so far so good. Set up was relatively straightforward. (I kept 99% of the default settings as I'm not enough of a techie to understand what most of them actually mean and, if I change one, what are the downstream unintended consequences, e.g, if I change a default setting will my smart plug, for example, still work.) As noted above, I changed the passwords for each channel to something I have a chance of remembering and which is relatively easy to input on a "hunt & peck" Amazon Fire, the phones and tablet. The most concerning thing for me is that both Apple phones, when they connect say "Weak Security". I think that has to to with the WPS but not smart enough to be sure nor how to fix without screwing everything else up.
Coverage is just OK. My prior router dated from 2012 and, the last time I tried to update the firmware, could not do it. So, got sucked in with the supposed better coverage of WiFi 6. Ain't necessarily so, at least in my 2005 vintage, 1800 sf, stick-built, single level home. I had put in an extender several years ago to boost the signal on the farthest side of the house from the router. (Is there actually anyone who has the wherewithal to set up their router in the ideal location suggested by the manufacturer? Sure, it should be in the middle of the house and relatively high (say, 9' in my house) but that would mean pulling a new cable and electricity to a small shelf I'd mount in the middle of the living room ceiling.) I suppose this new one is marginally better but I was not getting a good enough signal at the furthest bedroom - which is not all that far away - to allow all of the features of the new smart TV to be used reliably. Ended up installing the extender about 2/3 of the distance to that bedroom. (This is the reason for the 4 stars as it should be up to a house this size.)
As to the connectivity issues others have written about, I have not experienced them. Connection has been good since installation. Has come back on after being knocked down by power issues (it is plugged into a UPS which protects it from most issues but the one this past weekend was long enough to drain the UPS). Only issue I experienced was on initial set-up when the setting which talks about broadcasting the device name got turned off and my Apple devices could not "see" the router. Don't know how that setting got changed as I did not do it. However, after turning back on, everything went well, just the aggravation of reconnecting all the devices.
One thing I will point out that was important to me. I need several hard, Cat 5 type connections so the mesh systems would not do it for me as the "master" has, typically one in and one out. Yes, I could have bought a splitter but they're not cheap so would have increased the price of an already pricy alternative (pricy for the ones which seem to get good reviews.)
All things considered, at this time, one month in, am happy with this router.