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  1. #1

    Exclamation ARCHER C25 - Crashed Login

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    Hi,


    I buyed an Archer C25 a 3 months ago and now, when I try logged in it return error 500. The console show:


    Code:
    Failed to execute call dispatcher target for entry '/login'.
    
    The called action terminated with an exception:bad argument #1 to 'pairs' (table expected, got nil)stack traceback:   
     [C]: in function 'assert'    ?: in function 'dispatch' ?: in function <?:195>
    how I can fix it?

    Thanks

  2. #2
    You may try to restart the router, try a different browser, clean the cash, also try a different client?
    By the way, the model number seems not right.

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by vieldcs View Post
    You may try to restart the router, try a different browser, clean the cash, also try a different client?
    By the way, the model number seems not right.
    I tried login with chrome and firefox (51). I tried reset to factory defaults and problem not solved

  4. #4
    I tried login with chrome, firefox and reset to the factory defaults. Problem not solved.

    Code:
    jquery.min.js:4 POST http://192.168.0.1/cgi-bin/luci/;stok=/login?form=login 500 (Internal Server Error)
    send @ jquery.min.js:4
    ajax @ jquery.min.js:4
    a.su.Proxy.write @ proxy.js:1
    doSubmit @ form.js:1
    e @ widget.js:1
    submit @ form.js:1
    e @ widget.js:1
    O @ login.html:197
    (anonymous) @ login.html:197
    dispatch @ jquery.min.js:4
    v.handle @ jquery.min.js:4
    trigger @ jquery.min.js:4
    (anonymous) @ jquery.min.js:4
    each @ jquery.min.js:4
    each @ jquery.min.js:4
    trigger @ jquery.min.js:4
    (anonymous) @ password.js:1
    dispatch @ jquery.min.js:4
    v.handle @ jquery.min.js:4
    jquery.min.js:4 XHR failed loading: POST "http://192.168.0.1/cgi-bin/luci/;stok=/login?form=login".
    send @ jquery.min.js:4
    ajax @ jquery.min.js:4
    a.su.Proxy.write @ proxy.js:1
    doSubmit @ form.js:1
    e @ widget.js:1
    submit @ form.js:1
    e @ widget.js:1
    O @ login.html:197
    (anonymous) @ login.html:197
    dispatch @ jquery.min.js:4
    v.handle @ jquery.min.js:4
    trigger @ jquery.min.js:4
    (anonymous) @ jquery.min.js:4
    each @ jquery.min.js:4
    each @ jquery.min.js:4
    trigger @ jquery.min.js:4
    (anonymous) @ password.js:1
    dispatch @ jquery.min.js:4
    v.handle @ jquery.min.js:4

  5. #5
    Do you still have internet access? ooh, if you reset it to factory default, you will not get internet until you configure it again, you may check whether computer get correct IP address from it and try to ping the router address on computer to see what happens

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin SG View Post
    Do you still have internet access? ooh, if you reset it to factory default, you will not get internet until you configure it again, you may check whether computer get correct IP address from it and try to ping the router address on computer to see what happens
    I can access the internet. I ended up doing the configuration through the tether application, however, only change the name and password of the wireless network.


    I really needed to change the wireless network and channel range

  7. #7
    what if you try the browser on your phone?

  8. #8
    Junior Member nyxz is on a distinguished road
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    I'm having the same problem with my TP-Link Archer C2. When I am on the login screen and input the default username/password and login I get HTTP code 500 with the same message.
    I've just purchased the router from a local vendor. Then I went to their technical service and asked them to check it out. The guy there just turned it on and it just worked.
    I took it back home confused and when I turned it on I got the same exact error.

    I've tried to connect it with Ethernet cable to different machines - Linux, Windows - same error appeared to all of them.
    I've tried to connect with different browsers (with clean cache) on the different machines and got the same error.
    I've performed the tests with both unplugged and plugged internet cable. Same.

    To negate the browser cache I also tried to execute login form using curl from terminal:

    Code:
    ~> curl -X POST -F 'operation=login' -F 'username=admin' -F 'password=be90e54716fc3c4075890e0de986a598f7e5f13b8e5b0b3dffb15a39ff918c861bc8bae67769fc13af5af21403aa8628659eb6c7a8a20b199f6e92f49c93632de1c2448f3098178fb7c0c6ea22263c34c987af962f7049badf2399f1e7628766f97703bf1584c7a053cabd2ea79f9a19b4a0ec7f7ae3043c8aca6edfa02f283c' http://192.168.0.1/cgi-bin/luci/login\?form\=login
    Failed to execute call dispatcher target for entry '/login'.
    The called action terminated with an exception:
    bad argument #1 to 'pairs' (table expected, got nil)
    stack traceback:
    [C]: in function 'assert'
    ?: in function 'dispatch'
    ?: in function <?:195>%
    Code:
    ~> curl -X POST -F 'operation=login' -F 'username=admin' -F 'password=be90e54716fc3c4075890e0de986a598f7e5f13b8e5b0b3dffb15a39ff918c861bc8bae67769fc13af5af21403aa8628659eb6c7a8a20b199f6e92f49c93632de1c2448f3098178fb7c0c6ea22263c34c987af962f7049badf2399f1e7628766f97703bf1584c7a053cabd2ea79f9a19b4a0ec7f7ae3043c8aca6edfa02f283c' http://tplinkwifi.net/cgi-bin/luci/login\?form\=login
    Failed to execute call dispatcher target for entry '/login'.
    The called action terminated with an exception:
    bad argument #1 to 'pairs' (table expected, got nil)
    stack traceback:
    [C]: in function 'assert'
    ?: in function 'dispatch'
    ?: in function <?:195>%
    NOTE: The first attempt is using the IP and the second one is using the domain name written at the router label (tplinkwifi.net). I've tried with both on all other experiments as well.

    Still no idea what is happening.

    Does someone else has any clue to work-around or fix this?

  9. #9
    I'm facing the same problem.
    I've tried all the solutions above.
    Anyone solved the problem?

  10. #10
    I forwarded the router to the support of Tp-link Brasil, they reset the router and sent me the steps they did.
    I tried to reproduce, however, to no avail. So I installed the Lede Project ROM to configure it as I needed it.

  11. #11
    Junior Member KrzysiekJ is on a distinguished road
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    I have the same problem with a new Archer C2 AC900 v3. TP-Link support advised me to fill a complaint, but, since it looks like a software problem, Iím a bit reluctant to do it. Are there any plans to fix this issue in an upcoming version of firmware? (Though I canít login through web, I can login through Tether app, which should make an upgrade possible). Alternatively, is there any alternative firmware that can be installed on this model without access to web admin panel?


 

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