TP-Link Archer AXE75: Unlock 5,400 Mbps Speeds with this Powerful Wi-Fi 6E Router

TP-Link Archer AXE75: Unlock 5,400 Mbps Speeds with this Powerful Wi-Fi 6E Router

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TP-Link Archer AXE75, router Wi-Fi 6E para alcanzar los 5.400 Mbps

If you’re looking to have a high-performance Wi-Fi network at home to access the maximum internet speed, stay tuned for our review of the TP-Link Archer AXE75. We have before us a Wi-Fi 6E router capable of delivering up to 5,400 Mbps, a significantly high figure that allows multiple devices to access the network without performance deterioration or latency.

We’d like to thank TP-Link for their trust in El Chapuzas Informático and for providing us with this router for analysis. Let’s begin!

TP-Link Archer AXE75 Technical Specifications

TP-Link Archer AXE75

Wired Connectivity

1 x Gigabit WAN

4 x Gigabit LAN

1 x USB 3.0

Wireless Connectivity

6 high-power antennas

Triple-band Wi-Fi 6E (AXE5400)

802.11ax 6 GHz (2,402 Mbps)

802.11ax/ac/n/a 5 GHz (2,402 Mbps)

802.11ax/n/b/g 2.4 GHz (574 Mbps)

Encryption WPA, WPA2, WPA3, WPA/WPA2-Enterprise


Guest Network


Dynamic/Static IP, PPPoE, PPTP, L2TP


OpenVPN server and client / PPTP VPN / L2TP VPN


4-core 1.7 GHz CPU

512 MB RAM


272.2 x 147.2 x 49.2 mm




Tether App, Alexa Skill

Packaging and Accessories

We begin the TP-Link Archer AXE75 review by placing its packaging on our worktable. In front of us, we have a cardboard box that combines the brand’s classic black and blue colors, displaying its design on the front. On both the front and other sides, we find its main features, technical specifications, and connectivity, all well detailed but in English.

Upon opening the cardboard box, we find the router well protected by a cardboard frame and a plastic bag, with the accessories neatly organized underneath.

In addition to the quick installation guide, the package includes a power adapter and an RJ-45 Cat 5e cable for a possible connection to the internet device in our home.

TP-Link Archer AXE75

We continue the TP-Link Archer AXE75 review after completely unpacking it. In front of us is a router with a modern, aggressive design, quite eye-catching for anyone who sees it in our home or office. Made of black plastic, it has dimensions of 272.2 x 147.2 x 49.2 mm, making it quite large and requiring considerable space to place it on a shelf or other surfaces, though it can also be wall-mounted.

On the front of the TP-Link Archer AXE75, we find a total of seven LED indicators for the connection status, perfect for knowing at a glance whether we have internet connectivity and if the Wi-Fi network is operational.

On the sides, in addition to two antennas, we find a handy USB 3.0 port on the left side. This port can be used for connecting a storage device to share it across the entire home network or for connecting a network printer.

Wi-Fi 6E AXE5400

It is on the backside where we find the rest of the six high-power antennas, which are securely attached to the chassis but can be folded and rotated around it. These antennas provide a triple-band Wi-Fi 6E connection, reaching AXE5400 when combined with MU-MIMO and OFDMA technologies.

Separately, the router offers an 802.11ax 6 GHz network capable of reaching up to 2,402 Mbps, an 802.11ax/ac/n/a 5 GHz network with up to 2,402 Mbps, and an 802.11ax/n/b/g 2.4 GHz network with up to 574 Mbps. This ensures compatibility with older or basic devices that use the 2.4 GHz network, with relatively modern devices that can already use the 5 GHz network, and with more advanced devices that access the 6 GHz network.

WAN GbE and 4 GbE LAN ports

For wired connections, the TP-Link Archer AXE75 offers four RJ-45 connectors. Specifically, it has one Gigabit Ethernet WAN port and four Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, all capable of reaching 1 Gbps. It is perhaps a downside that they are not 2.5 GbE ports, as modern PC motherboards already include this interface, although few household routers do.

4-core 1.7 GHz Processor

Inside the TP-Link Archer AXE75, we find a 4-core 1.7 GHz processor responsible for managing all network data traffic, along with its 512 MB of RAM.

TP-Link Archer AXE75 Web Interface

For configuring the TP-Link Archer AXE75, we can choose to use the classic web interface or the mobile app that we will see later. If we opt for the first option, we can access it from our web browser by going to or the router’s IP address, which by default is

The first thing we need to do is establish a password for the administration account, a basic step to ensure a minimum level of security.

We can perform a guided quick setup in which we only need to modify the Wi-Fi name and password if we don’t want to keep the default settings.

Additionally, a firmware update is offered, which is always recommended as it improves performance and fixes errors.

In our TP-Link Archer AXE75 review, we can see that its web interface is straightforward and intuitive, like other models from the brand, offering a basic version that allows us to monitor parameters such as internet connection, current router configuration, and connected clients.

However, if we are advanced users or like to get the most out of the router, we need to go directly to the advanced version of its web interface. Here we find all the complete configuration options, and we can configure them in detail relatively easily, depending on our knowledge of the subject.

The Network tab allows us to configure the internet connection, either through dynamic IP, static IP, or PPPoE, even cloning the router’s MAC address. We can also configure IPTV or VLAN and the LAN DHCP service with address reservation, the DNS source, or a custom routing table.

The TP-Link ID is a cloud function that allows us to access our router from the internet anywhere in the world. Not everyone needs this, but it’s always practical to have remote access.

The Wireless Network tab allows us to configure the 2.4/5/6 GHz networks. We can choose a unified SSID for all of them or different SSIDs for each. The Smart Connection option unifies the first two networks and lets us decide whether to do so with the 6 GHz network. Personally, I would leave the 6 GHz network with a different SSID and connect to it with the few compatible devices we have at home, which should be the latest models. Note that we can also use one of the bands for a Guest Network, either with a password or even without one.

The USB tab allows us to access network storage devices or printers and choose the method of access and sharing. It also offers the function, in conjunction with an Apple system, to establish a “Time Machine,” which means creating backups on the router.

NAT Forwarding allows managing everything related to ports and access through them, whether manually or with UPnP and DMZ.

Home Shield is the brand’s new set of security features, which can only be configured from the mobile app. It’s an unfortunate detail for those who love more traditional configuration methods from the browser.

In Security, we have firewall configuration, access control for devices on the network using whitelist or blacklist, linking an IP to a MAC address to make it static even with DHCP enabled, or configuring the ALG.

The TP-Link Archer AXE75 allows configuring a VPN both in client mode and server mode, meaning either connecting through an external VPN or having others connect through a VPN created on our router.

The IPv6 tab has little practical use in home environments, but if we have access to one for the internet connection, it will be essential.

The Smart Life Assistant allows using Alexa skills to control our TP-Link router, an alternative method to the web interface or the mobile app.

OneMesh functionality is ideal if we have other devices compatible with this technology, as it enables us to form a Wi-Fi Mesh connection that prevents connection drops when moving from one device to another around the house.

Finally, the System tab allows controlling device-specific parameters, updating the firmware, monitoring network status, and viewing an event log.

Tether App

The TP-Link Archer AXE75 has a mobile app called Tether for Android and iOS, similar to other devices from the brand. From this app, we can configure the router in a way similar to the web interface, with access to the Home Shield section, which is paid and, personally, offers little value to most users.


For the TP-Link Archer AXE75 review tests, we placed the router at the entrance of our house, roughly centered around the usage areas, and analyzed its performance in 3 situations. We also compared the results with other models we have previously tested in the same configuration.

A: Adjacent room, 3 meters without walls

B: Distant room, 5 meters with 2-3 walls

C: Outdoor, 10 meters with wall or multiple walls

As we can see, the TP-Link Archer AXE75 provides excellent performance, with very high data transfer rates that reach almost 1 Gbps, although it falls short of the theoretical maximums. These will be achieved with several devices simultaneously, but never with an individual device.

TP-Link Archer AXE75 Conclusions

We conclude the TP-Link Archer AXE75 review by highlighting that it is an outstanding router for those looking to adopt Wi-Fi 6E technology in their home or office. It allows us to make the most of internet connections up to 1 Gbps without issue, offers excellent coverage, and supports multiple devices simultaneously, handling heavy traffic. Moreover, it provides numerous configuration options, including VPN server/client, IPTV connection, and security features.

The TP-Link Archer AXE75 is available for sale at around 185 euros, a price within the expected range for a router with these features. However, if you don’t need to achieve the maximum wireless speeds in your home, there aren’t significant differences with models like the AX10 from the same brand, which is considerably more affordable.

Main Advantages


High-performance Wi-Fi 6E with excellent range


Compatible with mesh networks


Powerful, intuitive firmware


Allows IPTV and VPN connections


Parental control and guest network


USB 3.0 port for network media sharing

Negative Aspects

Somewhat high price

No 2.5 GbE ports

Other Aspects


6 GHz networks don’t provide extra speed compared to 5 GHz networks in practice

El Chapuzas Informático awards the TP-Link Archer AXE75 router with the Gold Award.

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