About TP-Link AX6600 Archer AX90 Quick Installation Guide

TP-Link AX6600 Archer AX90 Quick Installation Guide Free Download PDF. Quick Instruction about how to install the router step by step.

Connect the Hardware:

  • Unplug the power to turn off your modem, if any, and remove the backup battery if it has one.
  • Place the router horizontally and orient the antennas vertically

If your internet connection is through an Ethernet cable directly from the wall instead of through a DSL / Cable / Satellite modem, connect the Ethernet cable to the router’s 2.5 Gbps WAN/LAN port and follow step 3 and 4 to complete the hardware connection.

LED Explanation

  • Solid Orange: The Wi-Fi is off.
  • Pulsing Orange: The system is starting up.
  • Solid Red: No internet connection.
  • Pulsing Red: The Wi-Fi is off and there is no internet connection.
  • Solid Blue: The router is working properly.
  • Pulsing Blue: The firmware is being upgraded, WPS connection is being established or the router is being reset.

Button Explanation

  • WPS: Press the WPS button, and immediately press the WPS button on your client to start the WPS process.
  • Wi-Fi: Press and hold the Wi-Fi button for about 2 seconds to turn on or off the wireless function of your router.
  • LED: Press the LED button to turn on or off the LED of your router.
TP-Link AX6600 AX90 Quick Installation Guide 
Brand TP-Link
Model AX6600, Archer AX90
Categories WiFi Router
File sizes 1 MB
File pages 2 pages
Language English
File type PDF

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Q1. How to use 1 Gbps WAN/LAN port for internet service?

Connect to the 1 Gbps WAN/LAN port with an Ethernet cable. During the quick network setup, select the 1 Gbps WAN/LAN port as the Internet port. Or after the network setup, you can go to Tools > Internet Connection > Internet Port (Tether app) or Internet > Internet Port (web management page) to change it.

Q2. How to fix error can’t access the web management page?

  • Reboot your router and try again.
  • If the computer is set to a static IP, change its settings to obtain an IP address automatically.
  • Verify that http://tplinkwifi.net is correctly entered in the web browser. Alternatively, enter or in the web browser.
  • Use another web browser and try again.
  • Disable and enable the network adapter in use.

Q3. How to fix can’t access the internet problems?

  • Log in to the web management page of the router, go to Internet > Internet Port, and check if you selected the port that you've already plugged your Ethernet cable into.
  • Reboot your modem and router, then try again.
  • Check if the internet is working normally by connecting a computer directly to the modem via an Ethernet cable. If it is not, contact your internet service provider.
  • Log in to the web management page of the router, and go to the Network Map page to check whether the internet IP address is valid or not. If it is, go to Advanced > Quick Setup to set up again; otherwise, check the hardware connection.
  • For cable modem users, log in to the web management page of the router and go to Advanced > Network > Internet > MAC Clone. Select Clone Current Device MAC and click Save. Then reboot both the modem and the router. Q4. What should I do if I forget my wireless password?
  • If you have not changed the default wireless password, it can be found on the label at the bottom of the router.
  • Connect a computer directly to the router using an Ethernet cable. Log in to the router’s web management page at http://tplinkwifi.net, and go to the Wireless page to retrieve or reset your wireless password.

Q5. What should I do if I forget my web management page password?

  • If you are using a TP-Link ID to log in, click Forgot Password? on the login page and then follow the instructions to reset it.
  • Alternatively, press and hold the Reset button until the LED blinks. Then visit http://tplinkwifi.net to create a new login password.

After finishing the installation, you may view the TP-Link AX6600 Archer AX90 user manual to learn more about the router.