How to find or change the wireless password on the TP-Link products

Note: To find the password we need a computer physically connected to your TP-Link’s LAN port.

 

Part 1: Wireless Router & AP

Wireless N Nano Router

As for the 11N wireless Nano router like the TL-WR702N&TL-WR802N, please refer to the following:

Step1:

Please refer to FAQ_87 to login the router.

Step2:

Please go to Wireless ->Wireless Security page, and check which you have selected.

Select WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK, then input your own WIFI password in the PSK Password box.

Step3:

If you have changed the password, please click the Save button. Then you need to reboot the router.

 

Wireless AC Router

As for the 11AC wireless router & AP like the Archer C3200, please refer to the following:

Step1:

Please refer to FAQ_87 to login the router.

Step2:

Please go to Basic ->Wireless page, and check which you have selected.

Input your own Wireless Network Name and Password, then Click Save.

The screenshot is used for demonstration only, it may changes by different models.

 

Wireless N Router & AP:

As for the 11N wireless router & AP like the TL-WR740N&TL-WA701ND, please refer to the following:

Step1:

Please refer to FAQ_87 to login the router & FAQ 174 to log into the AP

Step2:

Please go to Wireless ->Wireless Security page, and check which you have selected.

If it is WEP, your password usually is Key 1.

If it is WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK, you password should be PSK Password.

If you have changed the password, please click the Save button.

 

 

Step3:

Reboot the Router & AP only if you’ve changed the password.

 

 

Wireless G Router

As for 11G wireless router like the TL-WR340G, the steps are as follows:

Step1:

Please refer to FAQ_87 to login the router & FAQ 174 to log into the AP.

Step2:

Please go to Wireless ->Wireless Settings page. You can see Enable Wireless Security in the middle of the page. If you haven’t checked it, please click it to enable wireless security.

For WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK:

 

For WEP:

 

Step3:

Reboot the router if you’ve changed the password.

 

 

Wireless G AP

As for wireless G AP like TL-WA501G, the steps are as follows:

Step1:

Please refer to FAQ_174 to login the AP.

Step 2:

Please go to Wireless ->Security Settings page to check your security type.

If it is WEP, you password usually is Key 1.

If it is WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK, you password should be PSK Password.

If you have changed the password, please click the Save button.

Step 3:

Reboot the router only if you’ve changed the password.

 

Part 2: Wireless ADSL Modem Router

If you have Trendchip modem like TD-W8901G/TD-W8951ND/TD-W8961ND, please see below:

Step1:

Please refer to FAQ_114 to login the modem.

Step2:

Please go to Interface Setup->Wireless page, you can find Pre-Shared Key or Key#1.

Pre-Shared Key:

 

Key#1:

Step3:

Reboot the modem only if you’ve changed the password. Please go to Advanced Setup->SysRestart page, restart with current settings.

 

 

If you have TD-W8960N (Brodcom), please read below:

Step1:

Please refer to FAQ_114 to login the modem.

Step2:

Please go to Wireless->Security page to find the wireless key:

It could be the WPA Pre-Shared Key:

 

Or the Network Key 1:

Step3:

Go to Management ->Reboot page to reboot the modem only if you’ve changed the password.

 

Get to know more details of each function and configuration please go to Download Center to download the manual of your product.

 

This Article Suits for:
TL-WR841N , TL-WDR3500 , Archer C50
User Application Requirement | Updated 06-17-2016 01:30:04 AM