Slippery connection with TL-MR6400

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Slippery connection with TL-MR6400
Slippery connection with TL-MR6400
2019-07-01 17:24:06
Model: AP300  
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version: 1.0.15 Build 170912 Rel.75663n

Hello,

 

I've been using my phone to get access to the internet with my PC, but I wanted to try to use TL-MR6400 as a 4G router.

 

After putting my SIM inside, everything goes well but there are a lot of disconnections, sometimes every 5 seconds, sometimes every 10 minutes, it's random.

 

Also, the phone's connection is stable, but the router's got higher speed. That's why i'd like to use the router instead of my phone.

 

I am connected with a RJ45 wire. Router tells me 75% connection power.

 

Thanks for your help, tell me if you need more details smiley

 

Lucas

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Re:Slippery connection with TL-MR6400
2019-07-02 03:01:52

Hi,

 

What is the light status of the MR6400when the connection drops out? 

 

At that time, please login to the web UI and take a snapshot of the status page and export  to us; and please go to advanced-system tools-system log, save log and send it to us. 

Note: How to access the web interface: https://www.tp-link.com/support/faq/1678/

 

Meanwhile, you can try to create the profile manually with the related APN informaton to give it a shot.

 

Besides, please tell us the current hardware and firmware version. 

 

Thanks in advance, and have a nice day.

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Re:Re:Slippery connection with TL-MR6400
2019-07-02 16:58:06 - last edited 2019-07-02 16:59:47

Thanks for your answer, I changed in Network tab Data Roaming to enable and Network Mode to 4G only.

I feel like there is no more internet interruption.

 

Nevertheless, do you know how can I change DNS Server ?

Here you can see Firmware and Hardware version. Thanks.
 

 

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Re:Re:Re:Slippery connection with TL-MR6400
2019-07-03 03:51:57

Hi,

 

Once you logged into the web interface, go to DHCP-DHCP settings to change the DNS server.

 

Meanwhile, the current firmware is not the latest one, you can update it as well.

 

Per I said before, you can create a profile manually with the APN related information.

 

Good day. 

 

 

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