TL-MR 100: has anybody gotten the router to work as a bonded device?

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TL-MR 100: has anybody gotten the router to work as a bonded device?
TL-MR 100: has anybody gotten the router to work as a bonded device?
2021-09-06 03:56:05 - last edited 2021-09-06 09:19:07
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Hi folks,

 

Here's my somewhat complicated home networking setup.

 

 

Ideal objective: ideally provide both some bonding and failover using both an ISP connection and a 4G/cellular failover.

 

The device I would like to use for that: the TP-Link TL-R470T+.

 

Currently achieved: as shown above, TL MR 100 provides failover to an ISP line and then provides networking to another TP-Link device which is configured in AP mode. Hence there are no conflicts.

 

The problem is that the TL MR 100 doesn't appear to be able to work as a bridged 4G to ethernet adapter. If it did, then I could wire both the ISP line and that into the load balancer and then provision the wireless network from there. In that case, I could potentially achieve both load balancing and failover.

 

Has anybody found a solution for this?

 

 

Regards, Daniel Rosehill
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Re:TL-MR 100: has anybody gotten the router to work as a bonded device?
2021-09-10 06:49:47

@danielrosehill 

Did you want to set up something like this:

MR100 does not support Link aggregation and there is also another issue that 3/4 cellular service and Ethernet WAN connection would not work at the same time.

 

Have you tried the following setup: leave MR100 to work on the 3/4G wireless router mode?

 

 

 

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