TR200 Router Firmware Upgrade/Update

TR200 Router Firmware Upgrade/Update

To update the firmware

Using your other internet connection source,
download the latest firmware to your PC that you will connect to the
TR200 being upgraded:

Connect your computer to the TR200 router via LAN (preferred) or WiFi
Open your browser and go to

Click Login on the top right corner, enter “admin” for both the username
and password, and click Login

Click the Management drop down on the bottom left corner and select
System Upgrade

Click Browse, select the file downloaded in step 1, click Upload, click
OK on the popup, and once it’s done uploading click Upgrade Wait while
the upgrade is being completed.

It is normal for the lights on the router to blink while the firmware is
updating. Do not power off the device while the upgrade is in progress.

Once complete you will see a popup that says Upgrade successful and the
device will show solid blue lights. As soon as you see all blue lights
from your TR200 device, test the internet connection again.
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