Forgot TP-Link Default Password? Get It Here
TP-Link, is a manufacturer of computer networking products based in China. It manufactures wired and wireless routers, switch, ADSL modems, and network adapters for computer. The popular TP-Link routers are TL-WR1043ND, TL-MR3020, TP-LINK N750, TL-WR941ND, TL-WR702N, etc.
If you have forgotten the administrative password you use to log directly in to your router, you have to reset TP-Link router password or try the default password for TP-Link routers included in the followed table.
TP-Link Router Default Passwords - Administrator Login
Below are the collections of default login information (IP, ID & Password) for TP-Link routers and other products. Note that the TP-Link router default password may be different for certain hardware or firmware versions. Try other IPs, User Names and Password for other models, or Google it. Plus, most passwords are case sensitive.
|Models||IP Address||User Name||Password||May also apply to these TP-Link products|
Is It Safe to Use the TP-Link Router Default Password
Absolutely No. The default password for TP-Link routers is simple and known to public. You should change it to your own password so no one can change the settings of your TP-Link router and use your network. A good password should be:
- It cannot be the most frequently used passwords.
- It consists of special characters and numbers.
- It has both lowercase and uppercase letters.
- It contains 10 characters or more.
- It cannot be simply based on your name, birth date, phone number, etc.
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Remember TP-Link Router Passwords Before You Forget It
Just changing the TP-Link default password doesn't solve the problem. If you ever forgot the default password, you are probably unable to remember the changed TP-Link router passwords. The safe solution is to get a password manager to generate secure passwords for your router and remember it for you. Roboform Password Manager is exactly what you want - saves encrypted passwords to log you into your account with one click.