This Archer C7 AC1750 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router from TP-Link features dual band functionality along with the enhanced 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard providing improved wireless data transfer speeds up to 1300 Mbps. Along with the 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard, you also benefit from 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi standards allowing for seamless connectivity with a wide variety of Wi-Fi enabled devices. Additionally, the Archer C7 supports both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies making it easy to allocate more data intensive tasks to the less congested 5 GHz frequency.
Along with enhanced wireless coverage, you also benefit from four full gigabit Ethernet ports located on the back of the router. Whether connecting to the router via Wi-Fi or the integrated gigabit Ethernet ports, you can rest assured your connection is secure as this router supports WEP, WPA / WPA2, and WPA / WPA2-PSK encryption standards. Along with enhanced encryption standards, this router also supports a variety of access control methods including parental controls, local management control, host list, access schedule, and rule management giving you complete administrative rights to your entire network.
Enhanced 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard
Simultaneous 5 GHz 1300 Mbps and 2.4 GHz 450 Mbps connections for 1.75 Gbps of total available bandwidth
Full gigabit ports ensure ultra fast data transfer speeds
With three 5 dBi external antennas and three internal antennas you benefit from maximum whole directional wireless coverage and reliability
Dual USB ports simplify the process of sharing printers, files or media with your friends or family locally over the Internet
The devices' built-in print server supports wireless printing from different computers by connecting a USB printer to the router
Guest Network Access provides secure Wi-Fi access for guests sharing your home or office network
Supports IPv6 (Internet Protocol Version 6)
Wireless On / Off switch lets you simply turn the wireless radio on or off
Easy one-touch wireless security encryption with the WPS button
Parental Control allows administrators to establish restricted access for children or staff