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    Unhappy Archer MR200 : Can't access certain website

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    ISP : [/COLOR]

    Hello there.

    I just recently bought TP-Link Archer MR200, and everything seems to be working fine, at least until I tried to access this website (which I frequently go into for gaming news, etc),
    which always give me the "Connection timeout" or "This site can't be reached" error on Firefox and Chrome, respectively.

    Happen when I'm using either cable or wireless. All settings are default, and on latest firmware (Archer MR200v1_0.9.1_1.1_up_boot_v004a.0 Build 160905 Rel.60037n).

    The simcard is working fine too, and I have no problem accessing the website when using my old usb broadband.

    Any solution? Thanks in advance.

  2. #2
    Quote Originally Posted by cloud9 View Post
    Model :

    Hardware Version :

    Firmware Version :

    ISP : [/COLOR]

    Hello there.

    I just recently bought TP-Link Archer MR200, and everything seems to be working fine, at least until I tried to access this website (which I frequently go into for gaming news, etc),
    which always give me the "Connection timeout" or "This site can't be reached" error on Firefox and Chrome, respectively.

    Happen when I'm using either cable or wireless. All settings are default, and on latest firmware (Archer MR200v1_0.9.1_1.1_up_boot_v004a.0 Build 160905 Rel.60037n).

    The simcard is working fine too, and I have no problem accessing the website when using my old usb broadband.

    Any solution? Thanks in advance.
    I have also an MR200 and i have tested your site. It works on Firefox and IE with Windows 7 64bit without any problems. I am connected with 2.4GHz WLAN with MR200.
    I'm on beta firmware, because i had problems with ipsec passthrough. If you want, you can download the firmware here: Link

    hope that helps

  3. #3
    Does the firmware compatible with my MR200? I have EU v1.0

  4. #4
    yes, it should: i have Archer MR200 v1

  5. #5
    Okay, I'll try it later.

    EDIT:
    Oh, I just noticed the firmware you posted is older than my current firmware, is it safe to install it?

  6. #6
    i have also downgraded my mr200.
    before you flash the firmware:
    - write down your dial-up settings (Tab Internet) --> i had to manually confiure a connection profile for my provider in the advanced settings after downgrade to access the internet again
    - i also factory resetted the mr200 before the downgrade as stated in the "operation guide.pdf" inside the zip
    - if the beta firmware doesn't work for you, you can upgrade your mr200 to the actual firmware (download this befor you begin)

    good luck

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix1 View Post
    i have also downgraded my mr200.
    before you flash the firmware:
    - write down your dial-up settings (Tab Internet) --> i had to manually confiure a connection profile for my provider in the advanced settings after downgrade to access the internet again
    - i also factory resetted the mr200 before the downgrade as stated in the "operation guide.pdf" inside the zip
    - if the beta firmware doesn't work for you, you can upgrade your mr200 to the actual firmware (download this befor you begin)

    good luck
    So you can freely downgraded and upgrade the firmware? Just make sure to factory reset it first right?

    Any major differences (function, features, etc) between the firmware and the latest one?

    Sorry for the questions man! Haha

  8. #8
    yes i think so about upgrade and downgrade. have tried multiple firmwares und flashed the device multiple times (up and down).
    i have not detected any big differences between the beta firmware and the lastest one.

  9. #9
    Well, managed to install the firmware without any issues, and tried to access the website, again....

    ......still no luck lol



    but strange, the website can load if using proxy sites..

  10. #10
    hm, have you tried to access the site using a different device e.g your mobile phone or tablet?
    can you post a traceroute to this site?

  11. #11
    Yeah, tried it. Same result.

    Sorry about this though, but how do I post the traceroute?


 

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