TP-Link Archer AC1200 Archer C6 Wi-Fi Speed Up to 867 Mbps/5 GHz + 300 Mbps/2.4 GHz, 5 Gigabit Ports, 4 External Antennas, MU-MIMO, Dual Band, WiFi Coverage with Access Point Mode, Wireless Router

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TP-Link Archer AC1200 Archer C6 Wi-Fi Speed Up to 867 Mbps/5 GHz + 300 Mbps/2.4 GHz, 5 Gigabit Ports, 4 External Antennas, MU-MIMO, Dual Band, WiFi Coverage with Access Point Mode, Wireless Router


  • Brand: ‎TP-Link
  • Manufacturer: ‎TP-Link Technologies Co.,Ltd
  • Series: ‎TP-link AC1200
  • Colour: ‎Black
  • Form Factor: ‎Adapter
  • Item Height: ‎37 Millimeters
  • Item Width: ‎23 Centimeters
  • Product Dimensions: ‎14.4 x 23 x 3.7 cm; 350 Grams
  • Item model number: ‎ARCHER C6
  • Processor Count: ‎1
  • Connectivity Type: ‎Wi-Fi
  • Wireless Type: ‎802.11ac
  • Number of Ethernet Ports: ‎5
  • Voltage: ‎12 Volts
  • Operating System: ‎Linux, Windows, Mac OS, Windows 10
  • Are Batteries Included: ‎No
  • Included Components: ‎Wireless Router Archer C6, Power Adapter, RJ45 Ethernet Cable and Quick Installation Guide
  • Manufacturer: ‎TP-Link Technologies Co.,Ltd
  • Country of Origin: ‎China
  • Imported By: ‎TP-LINK India Private Limited,Green Industrial Park, Dongri Pada, Poman, Kaman-Bhiwandi Road, Vasai East, Palghar, Maharashtra – 401208
  • Item Weight: ‎350 g


  • AC1200 Dual-Band Wi-Fi —— 867 Mbps at 5 GHz and 300 Mbps at 2.4 GHz band
  • MU-MIMO Technology —— Simultaneously transfers data to multiple devices for 2× faster performance
  • Boosted Coverage —— Four external antennas equipped with Beamforming technology extend and...

    User reviews

    Checked my 100mbps speed getting 100mbps download and 100mbps upload speed on 5GHz and getting 98mbps both download and upload on 2.4GHz. Not found any speed drops in the middle.Able to connect my 2TB Hard disk and access files over FTP on both laptop and mobile.Not found any disconnection.Easy setup and device software updated over wi-fi.I can control my device using phone.Getting good range of signal.All LAN ports are having same Gigabit output.Connected 4 phones and 3 laptops at a time played UHD videos without lag.Really worth for the price.
    It was time to replace my dlink n300 router as it had started playing up. Changed to C6 after contemplating and comparing a lot of models. Models which were in the race were Tenda ac1200 and Tplink c1200 along with Tplink c5.(1) Tenda's interface seems to be buggy with a lot of spelling errors and lack of good after sales support as per the reviews tilted the scale in Tplink favour. Among the three listed models, this one seems to be the latest and a hot favourite of a lot of online reviewers. Hence, a decision was made.(2) The setup was a breeze. Took me literally 2-4 minutes to set it up and it was blazing away. The companion app is an amazing add-on .(3) Mi-mo is an advanced technology which helps if you have a lot of devices trying to connect with the router.(4) It is a dual band router. Remember that 2 ghz offers you great range but slower speed and 5 ghz has amazing speed but low coverage range. I have a 75 Mbps connection. On a wireless connection, I am getting 45 Mbps on 2.4 ghz and 70 Mbps on 5 ghz, if I'm sitting close to the router. The speed does decrease a little in the next room but barely noteable. Now comes the best part , I'm getting full signal bars on 5 ghz in my bedroom which is approx 20 feet away from the router. I have connected my bedroom firetv on 5 ghz and now able to play 4k resolution videos without buffering pauses. To give you an example - i was able to download Asphalt 9 which is 1.82 gb on my One plus 6t in about 7 minutes i think. My entire house is covered well with either of the two bands. Full marks on this !(5) Delivery was a breeze . Received the router within a day.Conclusion- Go for it without a doubt if you have an above 50 Mbps connection and want a good speed with amazing coverage. It was my first day and i am 200% satisfied with the performance. Will need to gauge it's performance over a period of time to see how it fares.Please upvote if my review was of some help to you.
    I have BSNL Ftth 60Mbps connection in my home.. I Upgraded to this Router from Dlink Dir-816 upon the suggestion from BSNL. Now i'm getting full 60mbps both 2.4ghz and 5ghz. The range is also very good. Even in weakest point of the home i.e after crossing 4-5 walls and a floor, i'm getting 30mbps on this router where previously getting 2mbps on Dlink. It also has gigabit port. It supports speeds above 100mbps.Overall a good router with awesome range and speeds. Worth the money.
    I have received used router, router box was not sealed, no manual inside box, LAN cable was of cheap quality.Post powering on, router was not allowing to log in and the message use to appear "only anirudh791*@*****.com has offline access to this device" .Please check the vendor before buying any product.Amazon should thrash such cheaters.Amazon agreed to replace the same. Hope no more surprises!
    I ordered this router the first thing after amazon started delivering post lockdown. The product performed well. Delivered the mentioned speed and has a decent (if not better) coverage area. Enough to suffice a sub 1800 sq. feet apartment (Walls and objects impact greatly). If however, your house is bigger, I recommend a higher power router.In my case, the router just stopped working one fine evening and the Customer Support is so damn pathetic, every time I call them, it takes me 20 min to connect to a Customer Care Rep when I register for warranty related issues. When I do, I have to explain them the whole thing with details every single time (no, they do not keep a record), after which they say they'll send you a mail but somehow always forget to. It's been more than 10 days and 4 calls. No responce. Egregious service!In conclusion, please buy a product from a company who gives a damn about their customers.(Pst pst, D-link)
    Does NOT do its job. 2.4 Ghz connection completely unstable.I am getting range of about 2 signals in a bedroome that is around 30 feet away from the router but no internet. Otherwise the 5ghz one is giving fine speeds. But I did not expect the 2.4 ghz connection to have drops and I am experiencing some drops in the network from time to time. The MIMO is not clearly visible.Very bad router. No range in the next room. Completely useless. Not once am I able to stream video content hotstar/netflix etc. I am using an old single band router.Edit1 :This is bullshit from amazon. adding the reviews of many tp link routers together. Confusing the consumers into buying bad products.
    First one arrived, set it up and within a week it conked off.Wi-Fi stopped connectingEthernet link shows downConnecting to administer via Ethernet cable was a test of patiencefactory reset did not helpReturned and exchanged in hope of getting luckysecond one arrived....This time it went bust in a matter of hours..My advice: Avoid it like a plague
    The 2.4 Ghz channel keeps getting disconnected every 4 hours and after that no devices are able to connect on the 2.4 Ghz channel. The 5 Ghz channel keeps working as expected. This is not a one-off case, this issue is reported by lot of people in last 1 year and no firmware upgrade has been able to solve it.TP link website given no indication of a solution or a firmware to solve it. Very careless behaviour. Don't buy.
    - Acabo de recibir el Router y se va de vuelta a Amazón sin poder probarlo.- El motivo es que, nada más abrirlo, lo primero que me encuentro es una autorización de devolución de Amazón de un cliente de Santander junto con un parte de Servicio Técnico que indica que no se conecta.- Amazón, acaba de imcumplir, con este envío, la Ley Orgánica de Protección de Datos e intentó recolocar un artículo que no funcionaba.- Se cubrieron de gloria !!!
    UpdateI was wrong about this router. After a couple of days everything went to hell. Suddenly my broadband started to suffer massive deceleration from >350Mbps to less than 20 Mbps ofter a couple of seconds and often 0 Mbps. The upload speeds also suffer a similar deceleration. Then I notices the 5Ghz wifi disappeared. Constant power cycling began to get ridiculous as it only solved the problems for a few hours if that. Searching the internet resulted in identifying that this was a common problem and I suspect it was as a result of me updating the firmware. It looks like TP-Link had identified the problems and had issued a firmware fix but only for US customers. Installing this would invalidate the warranty according to TP-Link. However installing that firmware was recommended on numerous sites recommending ignoring the warning message. But of course it invalidated the warranty so I decided to return the router but it was very good until the firmware update.--------------------------------------------------------A high-gloss black unit which I really liked from an aesthetic viewpoint as soon as I got it out of the box. Setup was easy when I changed my Virgin Media from router into modem mode. After which I noticed an immediate improvement in the speed, at least 25%, of all my devices connected to my Home LAN. And that's both wired and wireless devices. My only niggle is that it doesn't list some connected devices only those that use DHCP to get an IP address or are Plex servers. As well as my main Plex server I thought I may as well installed Plex on a couple of backups I have of my film, music and TV series libraries with all of these having static IP addresses for convenience sake. The others where I've given them a static Ip address are missing but that's a minor point as I have other utilities to check all devices on my LAN. Having said that this a great improvement over using the Virgin Hub 3 and well worth the money I paid.

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