TP-Link MR3220 with Huawei E3276

TP-Link MR3220 with Huawei E3276
TP-Link MR3220 with Huawei E3276
2013-02-06 03:59:19
Region : Finland

Model : TL-MR3220

Hardware Version : V2

Firmware Version : Newest

ISP : Sonera


I need some help.

I have a TP-Link TL-MR3220 and Huawei E3276 USB-modem (Sonera, Finland)

Is there some update or advices, that can i use this huawei with MR3220?
Or when update releases?
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Re:TP-Link MR3220 with Huawei E3276
2013-02-06 12:13:14
If your firmware is not latest, try to upgrade it. If no update, I'm afriad there is no quick solution since it is not in compatibility list.
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Re:TP-Link MR3220 with Huawei E3276
2013-02-06 18:52:38

Vivian wrote

If your firmware is not latest, try to upgrade it. If no update, I'm afriad there is no quick solution since it is not in compatibility list.


nha thong minh, thiet bi dien thong minh, hay den dvn.vn
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Re:TP-Link MR3220 with Huawei E3276
2013-02-08 19:53:49
I tried do a bin file, but it dosnt work.

I have to sell my router :(, because i dont need it anymore.

I have only one possible and its donavo tiny, but its so expensive...

Please help me!
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Re:TP-Link MR3220 with Huawei E3276
2013-02-09 14:02:44
Hi Luukak,

Yes the Tiny is expensive, but at least it supports the 150Mbps E3276.

I guess this is the TPLINKS USB Sniffer, you used?

ftp://tplink:wr641g@ftp.tp-link.com/..._Guide_105.zip (17,427 KB)

I haven't used it, so I'm unsure how well it cuts the mustard on newer and 4G modems?

Why didn't USB Sniffer work? Modem not detected?

There appears to be some reports of success on 3G modems.

One major shortcoming of the V2, that is not well publicised, is that it does not run at full 4G speeds due to the old slow modem protocols it uses. The Tiny runs fast!.

I would be 98% sure we'll be able to help you shortly with a solution for the E3276, using a modified Open WRT firmware on the V2. We have not yet built the V2 image (waiting on the team at OpenWRT), but fingers crossed, it will be available shortly.

We have our '4G fast' image running on 3 x TPLINK MR series V1 routers (MR3020, MR3420 and the tiny TL 703n), supporting the Sierra 320U and ZTE MF821 100Mbs 4G modems currently available in Australia. These two modems are field tested in our Open WRT routers at recorded speeds of up to 70Mbps. The exception is the 150Mbps E3276, simply because none of our testers have one, to date.

Have a read of this Australian WIKI and see if you are interested.

http://whirlpool.net.au/wiki/router_openwrt

We need more testers. :cool:

Have a read of this thread which reports the failure of the MR3420 V2 to support 4G speeds in Australia amongst other things V2.

http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=2043588

You can join us in our OpenWrt development thread. It's long and tortuous so don't try to read it all. The WIKI (linked above) is essentially the summary of the thread to date.

http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=2036176&p=-1&#bottom

Cheers

John k
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Re:TP-Link MR3220 with Huawei E3276
2013-03-01 06:37:27
Working E3276 solution for many TPLINK routers HERE.
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Re:TP-Link MR3220 with Huawei E3276
2013-03-27 14:29:05
Good news.

We now have a BlackWidow release that fully supports the MR3420 V2 and the E3276, MF821 and other late model usb modems.

Follow the links from the Whirlpool WIKI.

A couple of words of warning for users with the E3276 (other late model 3G/ 4G modems), that we have found along the way:

1. The E3276 may under some conditions (generally low signal levels), draw more power than the router can provide. This may lead to unstable performance and connection. The solution is a USB Y - Cable and an additional USB 5v supply.

2. The E3276 may under certain conditions require a USB cable with ferrite bead 'interference isolation' to ensure stable operation.

Cheers

John k

PS Please report back with your performance results and please drop into the BlackWidow support thread HERE as there are many exciting developments on the way. We know there are many downloads of this software from all over the world, so we would love to hear the feed-back.
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Re:TP-Link MR3220 with Huawei E3276
2013-04-30 18:58:49
Got flashed my 3420V2 but have one question: for connecting to the Internet my operator requests not only APN but also Dial number (in my case *99#), what can I do ab that? Dont have a field to fill :sad:
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TP-Link MR3220 with Huawei E3276
2014-10-31 15:31:00
I have a TP-Link TL-MR3220 with firmware version TL-MR3220_V2_130423 and Huawei E3276 USB-modem.

Region: Indonesia

I decided to upgrade the firmware version to the latest version (TL-MR3220_V2_140929).

It's works ...:)
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ASk
2015-05-24 15:36:32

sapto wrote

I have a TP-Link TL-MR3220 with firmware version TL-MR3220_V2_130423 and Huawei E3276 USB-modem.

Region: Indonesia

I decided to upgrade the firmware version to the latest version (TL-MR3220_V2_140929).

It's works ...:)

Halo Sapto, I am from Indonesia too, I have problem with









Firmware Version: 3.17.2 Build 140610 Rel.65031n
Hardware Version: MR3020 v1 00000000


With Huawei E3276 USB-modem, always unpluggin while connecting, please help... tolongin kang... :(
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Re:TP-Link MR3220 with Huawei E3276
2015-05-25 14:51:38
Directly connecting E3276 to your PC works or not? Your model is different from sapto's and there is no firmware upgrade on their website.
Try to contact Support below.

For Indonesia Users (Bahasa Indonesia service)

E-mail:
support.id@tp-link.com

Fee:
Depending on rate of different carriers.

Local No.:
(+62) 021 63861936

Service Time:
09:00AM to 12:00AM & 01:00PM to 06:00PM, Sunday to Friday.
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