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TP-Link Omada Cloud Controller - Working with All Omada Eaps, No Extra Cost, Poe Powered, USB Port(Oc200),Black
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- Professional centralized management through free cloud for Wi Fi network from anywhere anytime
- Omada app for a convenient management
- Secure guest network with multiple login options(facebook Wi Fi, SMS login, voucher)
- Industry leading hardware design with powerful Chipset, durable metal casing, and USB port for auto backup
- Poe (802.3af/802.3at) supported for easy installation
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OC200 omada cloud controller provides centralized management of the whole omada network. Monitor statistics in real-time, view a graphical analysis of network traffic, create a captive portal, upgrade and reboot your system, and effortlessly scale your network to boost your business. Omada offers free cloud access to its centralized management platform. Take your network with you wherever you go.
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I have a large house and a large number of smart devices. I was having a hard time getting good wireless signal in remote corners of the house and my router kept failing because of too many wifi clients. I thought about getting a mesh system, but since I have ethernet in several spots across my house, I would have used the ethernet backhaul anyway. No need to use a mesh system, which is designed to send info wirelessly from device to device at a slower speed. Instead I decided to do what is done in commercial contexts: just use several access points.
I purchased three TP-link AEP 245 access points and set them up in a way that gets coverage all over the house. It worked OK, except I kept having problems with devices that roam, like cell phones. They wouldn't let go of one and go to the other. Or something. They always said they were connected but some of the time no internet would get through. The AEP245 is supposed to work in standalone mode when you do this as long as you set them all up with the same SSID, password, and settings, but on different channels. Unfortunately, I cannot recommend them for that configuration.
I decided as a last ditch effort to buy this controller. It advertises the ability to use fast roaming technology to tell certain roaming devices to go from one access point to the other as you walk around. Anyway, it did actually solve my problem. You can now walk all over my house with whatever device you want and it will always work. It never goes down, the speeds are awesome, and it was easy to configure and to maintain.
To be honest, I'm not actually sure whether my system is using 802.11(k/r/v) or some other technology. All I know is that I had tons of problems with my wifi before getting this, and now I don't.
It's a little hard to explain what this device does and TP-Link doesn't make it obvious. It does take control of all your access points and let you configure them from a central location instead of having to connect to each individually. I don't think of that as a huge deal. It allows you to monitor all the clients on all access points and see which is downloading how much, disconnect them, and do all sorts of other stuff.
Actually, besides the monitoring of bandwidth and clients and allowing central configuration, it's hard to identify what this really does that you can't do in standalone mode without any controller. However, I can tell you that the internet experience is 100% better with this controller. I don't really understand why it's necessary or exactly how it works, but I'm really glad I got it.
I recommend it to anyone who is using multiple TP-Link access points
This device is cool and I like it. You connect to it with a web browser and can check status any time or reconfigure your APs. Collectively all APs act as a single unit. And Omada APs don't contain a router, so that's 1 less function to pay for and then turn off. I have plenty of routers and firewalls now. All my Omada gear is hardwired through gigabit Ethernet to my LAN.
During setup I turned on each device and watched status on my DHCP server (I'm using pfSense on a dedicated box). My DHCP software allows me to select a device and configure it with a static IP address tied to the device's MAC address. Thus my access points and Cloud Controller all have static addresses and it was easy to do. This Cloud Controller does everything else and makes it easy. I like easy.
The photo is looking up at my basement ceiling. The joists are 2x8s on 12-inch centers (10.5 inches free space between). The biggish blue box is a POE switch (the only thing plugged into AC power). The little black box on the end of the yellow Ethernet cable is the Omada Cloud Controller (POE powered). It's only 100Mbps, but it doesn't pass any LAN traffic, so slow is okay. The two white cables go to the Omada AC1350 APs (POE powered). The gray cable goes to a patch panel that goes back to my LAN switch.
No AP or controller licensing!
Powered by PoE switch or Micro USB and does not have a fan. less than 10% of cost of Cisco controller.
Have five EAP225 v3. Updating firmware to 2.4.0 Build 20181121 Rel. 55897was easy.
Cloning images was easy. Cisco was hard.
Logs are saved to USB port. No direct access to this port thru web service
internet / cloud enabled access seems to be lightly secured. Authenticating to China didn't feel snug.
Local web logon give security warning ( "Your PC doesn’t trust this website’s security certificate.
The hostname in the website’s security certificate differs from the website you are trying to visit." "Error Code: DLG_FLAGS_INVALID_CA" and "DLG_FLAGS_SEC_CERT_CN_INVALID"
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Alimentation par PoE fonctionne avec mon commutateur Ubiquity ES-8-150W.
Vous pouvez désactiver la fonction "cloud" pour ceux qui ne sont frileux avec ce genre de gadget.
Celui-ci contrôle deux points d’accès EAP-245 v1 sans problème.
L’avantage avec ce contrôleur, vous n’avez pas besoin de logiciel sur PC, à partir de n’importe quel ordinateur de votre réseau privé, taper l’adresse IP du OC200 dans votre navigateur et vous y êtes.
I was able to manually downgrade the firmware to get all of my APs working.
I regret investing in TP-Link devices, I should have gone with Ubuquiti instead. This is my last TP-Link device I purchased, unless they reintroduce the support for their older APs back.
Si vous ne voulez pas installer OMADA Cloud sur un ordi qui sera fonctionnelle 24/24
Ce tous petit ordinateur est parfait pour vous
Aucun bruit, pas de ventilateur, se réactive en cas de panne électrique et consomme très peut