Wireless disconnects on TP-Link TL-MR3020 V1 mini router

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jdlewis
Wireless disconnects on TP-Link TL-MR3020 V1 mini router

I purchased a TP-Link TL-MR3020 V1 mini router per the instructions on this site...from day one, the wireless connection drops anywhere from 60-90 seconds and continues to reconnect, over and over and over. I made sure I had the right firmware, matched up the hardware, etc., etc. Performed a reset and no luck. I feel pretty strongly that this will be blamed on my hardware and that I'll not get a lot of support, so this begs two questions...

1.) Any way I can get my license transferred to another hardware device?
2.) Any way I can revert back to the factory firmware so I can re-use this device?

Thanks,

John

Michael
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Yes, i think its probably your hardware with the 1T1R signal. You should try the NEXX WT3020F because it is 2T2R (i.e it has two aerials) and the signal is a lot stronger. I can give you another key for that if you want. Email mail@virtualhere.com

jdlewis
I am not sure why you have

I am not sure why you have firmware listed on your website if it repetitively fails...you should probably remove that firmware as an option since it's no longer viable. That's pretty misleading to anyone who wants to setup a VirtualHere USB option and very frustrating to load it only to find it won't properly work. (Even having the TP-Link within feet of my router, the problem persists, and it seems to work only with a wired connection.) With that said, any recommendations on reverting this back to the TP-Link firmware?

Michael
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My TP-Link 3020 works fine with the firmware.

You might have some other issue if its feet from the router with no reception. Other users also use this firm ware with no trouble. I'm also wondering if it might be a V2 or some other hardware revision.

jdlewis
OK, so third try at this

OK, so third try at this question... any way to go back to the TP-Link firmware?

Michael
https://wiki.openwrt.org/toh

https://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/tp-link/tl-mr3020

See restoring original firmware

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