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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.

 

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.