TP-Link TL-MR3420 - Discussion | [wifirouter] Discussion, configuration, firmware, problem solving
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Have you ever used it to connect a flash drive and modem at the same time or any other, two or more devices?
No, but interesting. [ 281 ] ** [44,32%]
No, I did not think. [ 249 ] ** [39,27%]
Yes, I used a passive hub. [ 35 ] ** [5,52%]
Yes, I used an active hub. [ 69 ] ** [10,88%]
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TP-Link TL-MR3420 - Discussion
PictureRev. v 1.x, 2.x, 3.x. Discussion, firmware, problem solving.
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TL-MR3420 Rev.v 1.x
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FIRMWARE
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Instructions for assembling and modifying firmware

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Find out the device version ...
To check the hardware version of your TP-LINK device, flip it over and look at the sticker on the bottom panel. In the field where the serial number (Serial Number) is indicated is the character string “Ver: X.Y” (for example, Ver: 1.0), in which the X is the hardware version of the device. That is, if the line looks like this - “Ver: 1.1” - this means that the hardware version of the device is V1.
If you did not find the version designation at the end of the FFC-ID: then you most likely have V1.x
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3G / 4G USB Modem Compatibility List (TL-MR3420)
Configure RusBie4G to work with usb modems
Configure RusBie4G to work with usb modems ("Alternative configuration")
OpenWrt + VPNclient (without using a USB flash drive)
U-Boot Console 1.1.4 by hackpascal (MR3420 v2)
TP-Link TL-MR3420 v2 8MB FLASH - for v.2
Dumps and firmware for recovery

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Post has been edited-SunLion- - 29.10.18, 16:15
Reason for editing: firmware update + useful



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I flashed this firmwareTP-Link TL-MR3420 - Discussion (Post by ilya-fedin # 44633958).
And for some reason, the signal is only 2g. I tried all the settings. 3d never appeared. What am I doing wrong?



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Has anyone tried this firmware (first link)?


Post has been editedMisha898 - 17.06.19, 00:31



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* ilya-fedin
Tell me why the umts only (3g only) mode does not work on this firmware? Only edge shows that's all.
I connect a Chinese mini 3G / 4G router (with the same modem mode) with this firmwarehttps://yadi.sk/d/imeKpKF13GhmjUfrom this topicModified OpenWRT firmware for Hame-A1, A15 and its clones3g works fine. Maybe I'm doing something wrong? But I rummaged through all the settings and nothing helps.
Version tp link 2.4

Post has been editedAvadaKedavre - 17.06.19, 08:21



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* AvadaKedavre
I always worked fine on the firmware of this project 3g, if it is on in the modem settings
http://ofmodemsandmen.com/firmware.html
Wifi default password: rooter2017


Post has been editedMisha898 - 17.06.19, 09:20



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Very strange story with my TP Link mr3420 rev2 router, 4G Yota modem is connected to it via an active hub.

The connection was held for more than a month continuously, there were no dumps.
Today, the modem has fallen off and the router does not see it, on the router itself the usb icon does not light up.
I tried to change the power supply of the active hub, I connected a tester via USB, it shows the consumption of a half ampere modem.
Connect the modem to other ports of the hub.
But the USB icon does not light up.
I connected another active hub, it was determined immediately and the USB icon on the router caught fire.

But when the router itself is turned on, the hub stops taking power from its power supply, it is powered only from the USB port of the router, and when the router is turned off, it is powered again from the unit.
Since my router has a very weak USB power supply circuit, there are constant modem dumps and gaps.
What could be the reason for such strange behavior?

Post has been editedMisha898 - 21.06.19, 11:46



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Hello everyone, tell me how to set up a VPN on the RusBie firmware, rummaged all settings, I won’t find .... where to dig?



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* v111v111 ,
Good evening, this firmware can be sewn on top of other custom?


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