I am having a issue with my Tenda W150D Router as it is not giving me access for uploading any files through wi fi on my Apple iphone using Wireless Drive, even I tried the same with vlc upload feature in iphone still it does not work. Please provide me some suggestions to solve this. I think the issue is with the firewall in the router which I cannot access normally from the router setup...
Some routers are failed to get access to upload files into your device. The fix is to alter the power plan & device driver settings to prevent the NIC cards from entering a reduced power state so always allowing the NIC cards to properly negotiate uploading (PUT) files. Some steps might be helped and resolved all your glitches in a present time. Below tips mentioned as described to troubleshoot why any router device is not providing accessible to upload files in their systems.
Solutions for router is unable to upload files as stated:-
Step-1: Get to launch any Internet browser into your computer device or wireless device that let us connect to the network.
Step-2: It appears a router login page on your desktop. Enter username with a password.
Step-3: As a user name is admin and the default password should be password. The user name and password are case-sensitive. It displays on a basic home screen page.
Step-4: Now select as it’s Advanced tab > then click to USB Storage > then choose Advanced Settings.
Step-5: Select the FTP (via Internet) check box.
Step-6: Then click to the Apply button.
Step-7: Now all your changes are saved and secured.
Step-8: To limit access to the admin user, click the Edit button.
Step-9: In the Read Access list, select admin.
Step-10: In the Write Access list, select admin.
Step-11: Click the Apply button.
Step-12: Get to save all changes which you have recent made.
The upload functionality in a router will be now starts & worked it properly for a while but after an hour or so would apparently randomly stop working. I now know this is due to the device on its PCIe / USB bus being placed into a reduced power state when not in use by the operating system.
1.Go to Tenda router’s setting page
2. Go to Interface Setup and Click Internet
3.Look for the TCP MTU option.
4.Generally, 1500 bytes is set. Set it to 0.
6.Go to Maintenance (tab) > SysRestart > System Restart with : Current Settings
7.Click Restart and wait for the 2nd Message "System Rebooted"
Locate the following key in the registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesTcpipParametersInterfaces.
On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click DWORD Value.Type MTU, and then press ENTER. On the Edit menu, click Modify.In the Value data box, type the value of the MTU size, and then click OK.Quit Registry Editor, and then restart the computer.
Try these steps, if need further assistance then call at Tenda Router Technical Support Number.