MR600 Carrier Aggregation Issue - United Kingdom

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MR600 Carrier Aggregation Issue - United Kingdom
MR600 Carrier Aggregation Issue - United Kingdom
2022-04-07 16:01:37
Model: Archer MR600  
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version: 1.5.0 0.9.1 v0001.0 Build 210914 Rel.59719n

Hello,

 

I've recently purchased an MR600 to upgrade my existing MR200 - I've not been able to enable Carrier Aggregation and therefore 4G+ on the router. I'm on the Three network and 4G+ works when CA on a mobile device, but even when two compatible bands are selected as per the TP-Link website (B3+B20), the router only uses B3 and operates only on 4G LTE, even with 100% signal strength.

 

Firmware is up to date, signal strength is at 100%.

 

I've not seen any solutions from other threads.

 

Thanks for your help in advance!

Dan

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Re:MR600 Carrier Aggregation Issue - United Kingdom
2022-04-09 12:12:16

  @Danaphoria 

 Can you try a combination of 3 bands (such as B3+B20+B32 or any other combination)?

the reason for this suggestion is that from experience/observation, the MR600 works best with 3 or more LTE bands if set to "4G Only" mode

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Re:MR600 Carrier Aggregation Issue - United Kingdom
2022-04-18 02:51:24

  @Danaphoria 

Hi, thank you very much for the feedback.

1. What is the network type and bands when using Auto bands?

2. Please confirm which 2CA band combinations supported by Three network, then try other band conbinations when selecting 4G band manually

3. You mentioned that 4G+ works on a mobile device, are they using the same SIM card? and what is the band working on the mobile device?

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