How to Change Your TP-Link WiFi Password

Secure your TP-Link WiFi with a new network key.
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Changing your TP-Link WiFi password is an easy way to keep your network secure. It’s much harder to hack a network with a changing key—especially with secure password parameters like numbers and special characters. All you need to update your WiFi password is a computer hard-wired to your TP-Link router.

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TP-Link provides support to several different router models. Each of them have a unique web interface and set of instructions. Check the table to find your current router model.

DeviceModels
11N wireless Nano routerTL-WR702N, TL-WR802N
11AC wireless router & APArcher C3200
11N wireless router & APTL-WR740N, TL-WA701ND
11G wireless routerTL-WR340G
Wireless G APTL-WA501G
Trendchip modemTD-W8901G, TD-W8951ND, TD-W8961ND
BroadcomTD-W8960N
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TP-Link provides a complete set of instructions on how to change your WiFi password for each of the models listed above. Open a browser window and navigate to this TP-Link support page.

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It will be easier to find the steps you need if you copy your router model from the table above. Open the TP-Link support page, and search for the model using ctrl + F for Windows or cmd + F for macOS users.

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Once you've located the section for your device model, read through and complete the WiFi password reset process. If you have any issues during the reset process, contact TP-Link customer support.