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dashar
2013-03-16 16:55:49
Region : Australia

Model : TL-MR3220

Hardware Version : V2

Firmware Version : latest

ISP : telstra


I'm having difficulty with a ZTE MF626i 3G USB modem, once connected it retains a solid connection for days but if unplugged and re-inserted I have to go through Quick Set Up procedure to reconnect every time, some times I have to repeat the process several times before I get connection.
In order to get initial connection I had to set APN to manual to register the 3G modem username and password defaults (admin) and I've also tried following through the 3G set up and "save" process in "3G" in "Network".
When used directly with the computer the 3G modem connects in seconds but through the TL-MR3220 it takes a lot longer.
Is there a compatibility issue with the MF626i ( the MF626) is listed as OK or is there an extra bin file for the MF626i.
The wireless operation setup without any issue and works very well on ipod, android smart phone and netbook all connecting well with security added.
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Re:dashar
2013-03-16 20:36:23
Are u running the latest firmware? If not, upgrade the router first.
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dashar
2013-03-16 21:31:47
My hardware version is V1.2 ( shown incorrectly as V2) , I updated to latest firmware which was dated 23/11/2012 without solving the connection problem.
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Re:dashar
2013-03-17 05:32:43
Hi,

Are you in a good or poor signal strength location?

Cheers

John k
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Re:dashar
2013-03-17 09:17:07
John,
Signal strength in the area ( Qld Sunshine Coast hinterland) is poor to moderate, I've tried an external antenna on the MF626i without much change.
Cheers
David
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Re:dashar
2013-03-23 07:10:29
I also I have the same problem but mine does not include the letter i only ZTE MF626
from what I've read the problem when the modem is not recognized because it has the autorun enabled microsd
seeking the solution
TL-MR3020 last firmware - guatemala - tigo
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Re:dashar
2013-03-27 14:41:23
Perhaps the problem is:

1. Interference. A = Use a USB connection cable with a ferrite bead to reduce interference.

2. Insufficient usb power from the router. A = Use a Y-cable with an additional USB power source.
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