Unable to access tp-link web interface page due to password issue

Unable to access tp-link web interface page due to password issue

Unable to access tp-link web interface page due to password issue
Unable to access tp-link web interface page due to password issue
2024-04-21 17:33:42 - last edited 2024-04-23 02:01:22
Model: Archer C20  
Hardware Version: V5
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Unable to access the tp-link web interface page due to password issues 

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Re:Unable to access tp-link web interface page due to password issue-Solution
2024-04-23 02:01:05 - last edited 2024-04-23 02:01:22

  @GauravSingh 

 

Hi, for most new Archer Router models, you were asked to set an admin password when you access the web management interface for the first time.

For a few older Archer Router models, the default username and password are both "admin".

If you have completely forgotten the admin password, there is only one way to retrieve it: resetting the Router back to factory default.

To reset the Router, please press and hold the reset button on the Router's back panel using a pin until the light flashes.

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Re:Unable to access tp-link web interface page due to password issue
2024-04-23 01:54:08 - last edited 2024-04-23 02:00:23

  @GauravSingh 

 

Hi, it is suggested to follow this thread to do some troubleshooting.Thank you~

 

 

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2024-04-23 02:01:05 - last edited 2024-04-23 02:01:22

  @GauravSingh 

 

Hi, for most new Archer Router models, you were asked to set an admin password when you access the web management interface for the first time.

For a few older Archer Router models, the default username and password are both "admin".

If you have completely forgotten the admin password, there is only one way to retrieve it: resetting the Router back to factory default.

To reset the Router, please press and hold the reset button on the Router's back panel using a pin until the light flashes.

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