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BerG

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#89828 8-Sep-2011 20:51
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Hi all,

I today received my TL-MR3420.

 

I have followed all installation instructions, other than disabling pin verification on the sim, as I dont know how.

Upon plugging in the router, it says the USB modem is not recognized, and to install its config file.

Here is my modem:





I believe it is a ZTE MF636? According to the TP-Link website, the routers latest firmware is compatible with this. I have tried uploading the two config files I found in the Telecom Connection Manager folder, but they didn't work.

Does anyone have any idea how I can get this to work?

 

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daparrot
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  #518801 8-Sep-2011 22:20
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You need to goto this site and download the correct modem file
http://www.tp-link.co.nz/support/3g/


Bruce


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