Archer C24 firmware upgrade problem

Archer C24 firmware upgrade problem

Archer C24 firmware upgrade problem
Archer C24 firmware upgrade problem
2023-08-17 14:10:14 - last edited 2023-08-18 06:26:57
Model: Archer C24  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.4.2 Build 200514 Rel.44792n(4555)

Hello,

 

I want to upgrade to new firmware version because of connectivity problems on my network.

 

When I download from the EU or South African TP website V2 it fails to initialize the firmware upgrade.

 

WARNING TEXT:

""""Failed to upgrade the firmware. Please check the configuration file and try again.""

 

Current version:

1.4.2 Build 200514 Rel.44792n(4555)

 

Thank you

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Re:Archer C24 firmware upgrade problem-Solution
2023-08-17 14:42:59 - last edited 2023-08-18 06:26:57

  @DLsteve 

 

You can't use HW v2 FW to upgrade device with HW v1. Grab the FW file for HW v1 from here.

Make notes of your C24 configuration - after upgrading, you may lose the configuration file, re-configure it again.

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Re:Archer C24 firmware upgrade problem-Solution
2023-08-17 14:42:59 - last edited 2023-08-18 06:26:57

  @DLsteve 

 

You can't use HW v2 FW to upgrade device with HW v1. Grab the FW file for HW v1 from here.

Make notes of your C24 configuration - after upgrading, you may lose the configuration file, re-configure it again.

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Re:Archer C24 firmware upgrade problem
2023-08-18 08:33:02

  @terziyski 

Thank you, That worked, may I ask what does HW and FW stand for?

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Re:Archer C24 firmware upgrade problem
2023-08-18 08:41:28 - last edited 2023-08-18 08:43:38

  @DLsteve 

 

Sure. HW = HardWare; FW = FirmWare

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