Fix The Issue: TP Link Router Speed Slow
You may experience the TP-Link router speed slow network on your computer/laptop, or mobile phone is connected to the wireless network.
To resolve this poor connection problem on the TP-Link router, carry out the steps mentioned below.
- First, check if the firmware of the TP-Link router is not outdated.
- If now, update it to a newer version.
Channel and Channel width
- Access the web interface page of the TP-Link router using its IP address, username, and password.
- Navigate to the Wireless page, go to the Channel drop-down menu, and select 1, 6, or 11. These channels are considered to be the best.
- You can also try to use some other channels and check if the TP-Link router speed slow problem has been resolved.
- Choose an appropriate channel width from the Channel Width drop-down menu.
- On the Wireless Security web page, select the radio button next to the Disable Security option.
- Choose the 11bgn mixed (2.4GHz) or 11a/n/ac mixed (5GHz) from the Mode drop-down menu.
- Now, check if the speed problem has been resolved on the TP-Link router.
- If the TP-Link router speed slow issue is persists, reset the TP-Link router by performing any one of the following procedures.
Procedure 1 - Using the Reset button
- With the TP-Link router turned on, press and hold the WPS/Reset button for approximately 10 seconds.
- This will reset the router to the factory default settings.
- Wait until it reboots and then configure the router settings again.
Procedure 2 - Reset using the TP-Link router’s web interface
- Make sure the TP-Link router is turned on.
- Visit the web setup page of the TP-Link router using its IP address.
- Log in to the router’s web-based setup page by entering the correct credentials in the Username and Password fields.
- Navigate to Advanced, select the System Tools option, and click the Backup & Restore tab followed by the Factory Defaults.
- Customize the TP-Link router settings again. Now, check if the TP-Link router speed slow issue has been resolved.