TP-Link AX1800 WiFi 6 Router (Archer AX21) – Dual Band Wireless Internet Router, Gigabit Router, Easy Mesh, Works with Alexa – A Certified for Humans Device

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Original price was: $99.99.Current price is: $74.99.

  • VPN Server: Archer AX21 Supports both Open VPN Server and PPTP VPN Server
  • Dual-Band WiFi 6 Internet Router: Wi-Fi 6(802.11ax) technology achieves faster speeds, greater capacity and reduced network congestion compared to the previous generation
  • Next-Gen 1.8 Gbps Speeds: Enjoy smoother and more stable streaming, gaming, downloading and more with WiFi speeds up to 1.8 Gbps (1200 Mbps on 5 GHz band and 574 Mbps on 2.4 GHz band)
  • Connect more devices: Wi-Fi 6 technology communicates more data to more devices simultaneously using revolutionary OFDMA technology
  • Extensive Coverage: Achieve the strong, reliable WiFi coverage with Archer AX1800 as it focuses signal strength to your devices far away using Beamforming technology, 4 high-gain antennas and an advanced front-end module (FEM) chipset
  • Works with all internet service providers, such as Comcast, Charter, AT&T, Verizon, Xfinity, Spectrum, RCN, Cox, CenturyLink, Frontier, etc.( a modem is required for most internet service providers)
TP-Link AX1800 WiFi 6 Router (Archer AX21) – Dual Band Wireless Internet Router, Gigabit Router, Easy Mesh, Works with Alexa – A Certified for Humans Device
TP-Link AX1800 WiFi 6 Router (Archer AX21) – Dual Band Wireless Internet Router, Gigabit Router, Easy Mesh, Works with Alexa – A Certified for Humans Device

Original price was: $99.99.Current price is: $74.99.

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Specification: TP-Link AX1800 WiFi 6 Router (Archer AX21) – Dual Band Wireless Internet Router, Gigabit Router, Easy Mesh, Works with Alexa – A Certified for Humans Device

Product Dimensions

10.28 x 5.3 x 1.61 inches

Item Weight

1.1 pounds

Item model number

Archer AX21

Date First Available

August 28, 2020



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4 reviews for TP-Link AX1800 WiFi 6 Router (Archer AX21) – Dual Band Wireless Internet Router, Gigabit Router, Easy Mesh, Works with Alexa – A Certified for Humans Device

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  1. Christian C. Kunig

    This runs a whole bunch of stuff – WiFi and LAN – typically about 15 devices. I’m not going to rate the Wifi because I’m not going to use it yet. 1) I have two EAP225’s; they’re VERY strategically located and they mesh with each other. Unfortunately they won’t mesh with this thing. 2) I don’t have anything else that will even do WiFi 7 yet.

    I got this mainly for the five 2.5 GbE ports – one WAN and 4 LAN’s! I’ve also got a Yeacomm (Speednet) NR610 (also a very nice, but expensive device), and my internet is blazingly fast! Just very snappy. Internet tasks are usually as fast as doing stuff locally on the computer. You can easily tell when it’s the website that’s slow. That Yeacomm has a 2.5 GbE port and I was drooling at the thought of getting that 2.5 GbE speed to the LAN. (I also have a gigabit switch, a PoE switch [for the EAP225’sand the Magic Jacks that only do 10 MbE], and two 2.5 GbE switches.) Really nice that all my stuff plugs into this!

    The WEB interface on this device is a thing of beauty! Everything is very logically laid out, most changes, you don’t have to reboot for, and if you know your network stuff, you’ll find it nice and easy to use.

    If you don’t know your network stuff, you’re still in luck! It took its time communicating with the Yeacomm (LTE CPE Modem) (and a bunch of other devices) on the first boot – maybe 3 minutes or 4 minutes – but it configured itself very well! I have two Magic Jack lines and those didn’t work right away. It took some hair-pulling-out time to straighten it out. But I’ve had one way audio problems with those before. This time, this router had the provisions to fix it (on one of them only.) That’s not this router’s fault; it’s just the way it is. You need to forward a range of ports on two different devices and you can’t. It took a very long time to get fixed. It was like a combination lock. Turns out the final step was some settings in the Yeacomm. The Magic Jacks now talk directly to the cell phone tower. One of them works perfectly and the other one only has one way audio when calling [mostly] cell phones. If I had another 2.5 GbE port on the Yeacomm, I could do it, I think, but as long as I can get calls on both lines and call out on one of them, I’m happy.

    Everything else worked like a champ with settings that this router came up with all on its own! The only thing I changed (not counting the Magic Jack settings) is making a bunch of MAC | IP reservations.

    When you set it up, you get a light show for awhile. Then the lights can be turned on or turned off with a WEBUI switch. You can also set up a night time mode and have them on in the daytime and off at night, specifying the times. You can plug a USB hdd into the USB port and use it as a very fast, very big network share. It’s almost like having an NAS. It’s been totally stable and reliable so far.

    It’s a lot of money. I had to talk myself into it. I shopped for about a week. That should tell you something. Now that I’ve gotten to use it, I consider it well worth the money! I give their tech support 5 stars, not because of this thing, but because I’ve used their tech support in the past and I already KNOW it’s exceptionally good! I have a lot of other TP-Link stuff. Advanced, hi-end stuff.

    Half of the 12 connected devices shown in the pic.

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  2. Niz

    Disclaimer: Purchased during a limited time offer (10% off)
    Also disclaimer: TP-Link is the only brand of router I’ve had lasting more than 2 years before having issues. (Archer C7 previously)

    The Netgear R7000 Nighthawk is THE router, they said. Incredible range, they said.
    Get the hAP ax³, they said. Mikrotik gives you SO MUCH POWER AND CONTROL, they said.

    Both died in 2 years or less. The latter had an aneurism when my network enabled IPv6 despite the latest firmware. Amazing for a brand touted as stable enough to run home servers.

    At last: TP-Link stability I used to expect from the legendary WRT Linksys line, full 2.5Gbps ethernet, and latest wifi support. Setup is a breeze, or a button click away in my case if you do use IPv6. Reliable support. Immediately noticed an uptick in network bandwidth and responsiveness. As my residential network updates to 2Gbps, I’m finding the price point, quality, and consistency that’s making me as fond of the Archer BE550 as my C7 did.

    One thing of note: my speedtest results DID drop. However my page load times decreased significantly. There’s a lot to modern networking, and TP-Link considers all of it under the hood. Take that for what you will, but if you absolutely want control over that, you’re free to tinker with more “extensible” platforms like Mikrotik, but based on my experiences, good luck!

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  3. Aaron Jefferson

    I recently upgraded my home network to the TP-Link WiFi 7 router, and the results have been nothing short of impressive. One of the standout features of this router is its remarkable reliability. In the fast-paced digital landscape of today, having a stable and consistent internet connection is paramount, especially in a household with four active kids.

    The reliability of the TP-Link WiFi 7 router has been a game-changer for us. Gone are the days of sudden dropouts during crucial online meetings or laggy video calls. The router’s advanced technology ensures a seamless and uninterrupted connection, even during peak usage hours. This has significantly improved the overall online experience for both work and leisure activities.

    Moreover, the coverage provided by the TP-Link WiFi 7 router is nothing short of expansive. Our home, previously plagued by dead zones and weak signals in certain corners, now enjoys a blanket of high-speed internet. The router’s signal strength easily reaches every nook and cranny, allowing all four of my kids to connect effortlessly from their respective devices.

    Speaking of my kids, their diverse online activities put the TP-Link WiFi 7 router to the test on a daily basis. From video streaming and online gaming to virtual learning and social media browsing, the router handles it all with finesse. My eldest, a gaming enthusiast, has experienced reduced latency and faster response times, resulting in a more enjoyable gaming experience. Simultaneously, my younger ones attending virtual classes have reported fewer connectivity issues and smoother interactions with their teachers and classmates.

    In conclusion, the TP-Link WiFi 7 router has proven to be a reliable and high-performing addition to our home network. Its robust connectivity, extensive coverage, and ability to cater to the diverse online needs of my four kids make it an excellent choice for families seeking a top-tier router. If you’re looking to upgrade your home network for a more seamless online experience, the TP-Link WiFi 7 router is definitely worth considering.

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  4. Christian C. Kunig

    Totalmente recomendable, increible mejora de velocidad y alcance de internet, no se arrepentiran de la compra aparte de que llego super rapido

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