Tp Link Router Admin Password Reset | TP-Link Router Factory Reset | Tp-Link Router Wi-Fi Password Reset
It is always a good practice to reset the TP-LINK router password the first time you use it or when you want to make sure you can only access it.
Resetting your TP-Link router can be a useful troubleshooting step. You may have discovered unfamiliarity in your network or just need to start afresh; however, relocation is a good place to start.
To reset the TP-LINK router admin password,
- Open the web browser and type the wireless router’s IP address in the address bar, then click. The original IP address of the TP-Link router is 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1.
- Type the username and password into the login page. The default username and password are both admin in lower case.
- Click on Manage > Access Control > Password on the left-hand page, and type the old password and the new password.
- Click Save or Apply to save the settings.
To change the TP-LINK router’s Wi-Fi password
- Open the web browser and enter the IP address of the wireless router in the address bar, and then click. The original IP address of the TP-Link router is 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1.
- Enter the username and password on the login page. The default username and password are both lowercase “admin.”
- Click Wireless on the side of the page.
- Click on “Wireless Security.” This option is below the seamless menu on the side of the page.
- See the WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK boxes below. It’s near the bottom of the loop.
- Type in a new password. Go to the “password” field, although the password field may say “PSK
- Click Hi. This button is at the bottom of the page.
- When asked, the answer is yes. System Tool.
- Click Reboot. When asked, the answer is yes.
The factory reset clears all custom settings on your router; even your Wi-Fi name and password will disappear. Make sure you are ready to proceed.
How to reset a TP-Link router to factory defaults via the Router’s Web Interface
You can refer to How to access the Wi-Fi Routers-based Web Interface, then go to Advanced->Tools->Backup & Restore->Factory Default Restore, and then click on Factory Restore. and wait for the router to restart with its factory settings.