VDSL/ADSL Setup (TP-Link AC-1600 VDSL/ADSL Router)

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How to setup a TP-Link AC-1600 VDSL/ADSL Router
TP-Link AC-1600 VDSL/ADSL Router

How to setup a TP-Link AC-1600 VDSL/ADSL Router

This guide will show you how to setup your TP-Link AC-1600 Router. The basic setup is the same for most ADSL Routers, however may vary slightly for each model.

Step 1:

Obtain your Default Gateway (for more information, Click here for Windows or Click here for Mac OS)

Step 2:

Open your Internet Browser, such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, etc...

Step 3:

Enter your Default Gateway in the address bar of your Internet Browser and press Enter.

Step 4:

This will then display a Pop-Up Window to enter your Router Username and Password (see below image). The default factory settings for the username and password should both be “Admin”.

Step 5:

The below should appear. Click Quick Setup.

Quick Setup

Step 6:

Set time and date accordingly and click Next.

Region and Time Zone

Step 7:

Select “Other” and click Next.

ISP list

Step 8:

If your ADSL line is VDSL i.e. 40Mbps please Enable VLAN and VLAN ID should be “835

In the Username and Password field, input the Connection Username and Password that was provided by your ISP. And click Next


Step 9:

If your ADSL line is not VDSL i.e. 1MBps, 2Mbps, 4Mbps, 8Mbps, 10Mbps and (20Mbps).

Do not enable VLAN ID.

Enter the values in the VPI and VCI as shown below.

Basic Internet

Step 10:

The Wireless Settings window opens.

Set your Wireless Network Name (SSID) e.g. Joe’s Home

Set your Wireless Password (8 -64 hexadecimal characters) and click Next


Step 11:

The router will now test your internet connection with the settings you have entered.

Test Connection


Once the test is complete the setup will return to the home page.

Should you need assistance setting up you TP-Link AC-1600 Router, please feel free to call us on 010 555 0650.

The iSAT Team

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