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  1. Thread: Outdor wifi

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    Depends on wether the 2.4 GHz band is already...

    Depends on wether the 2.4 GHz band is already overcrowded or sparsely used in your area and on free LoS. 2.4 GHz might be better if there are obstacles such as foliage, but 5 GHz gives you more (and...
  2. Thread: Premises Upgrade

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    Consider use of 5GHz devices (WBS510 /...

    Consider use of 5GHz devices (WBS510 / TL-ANT5819MS / CPE510) for the directional link, especially if you plan to add more CPE/AP combinations in the future.
  3. See post #2. If you use Multi-SSID VLANs (i.e....

    See post #2. If you use Multi-SSID VLANs (i.e. setting wireless VLAN IDs to another value then 0), the router behind the EAPs must support VLANs, too. If it doesn't do so, it is actually your router...
  4. Should work if your DHCP server is up and...

    Should work if your DHCP server is up and running. Tested it and it works on my EAP.

    Double check the static IP of the EAP. If you can't find the cause for missing DHCP replies, reset the EAP to...
  5. So does the T2600G in basic (factory default)...

    So does the T2600G in basic (factory default) setup.

    To ping systems outside of your local subnet using the switch's built-in Network Diagnostics ping and to use an external NTP server also...
  6. How did you set up the Multi-SSID feature? Using...

    How did you set up the Multi-SSID feature? Using VLANs for network segregation?
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    So what do you mean with "policy ... not LAN to...

    So what do you mean with "policy ... not LAN to LAN"? Are the EAPs able to send UDP/TCP traffic to the mentioned ports on your PC or not?
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    There you have it (you probably meant LAN to...

    There you have it (you probably meant LAN to WAN?).

    Either allow traffic from LAN to LAN or open at least the following ports for the system running the EAP controller:

    UDP port 29810, TCP...
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    Try the TP-Link Discovery Tool to configure the...

    Try the TP-Link Discovery Tool to configure the EAPs:

    + Stop the EAP controller, so that the DT can use the UDP port for discovery.
    + Start the DT. The EAPs should appear there after the DT did...
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    If have no idea which channels the TP-Link...

    If have no idea which channels the TP-Link support had in mind, which should not be allowed in the Netherlands, but RLAN1 subband 2 and RLAN2 are indeed allowed for indoor use in the EU. The...
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    The EAP controller always listens to localhost...

    The EAP controller always listens to localhost (127.0.0.1) and to the IP of your PC visible externally (192.168.1.x). Make sure your PC has a valid IP in this range.

    Next, set the EAP110 to...
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    Only TP-Link could give an authoritative answer...

    Only TP-Link could give an authoritative answer to this question. In the EU, 5GHz RLAN1 subband 2 (channels 52, 56, 60 and 64) and RLAN2 (channels 100 to 140) would require DFS/TCP even for indoor...
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    No idea, I don't use Windows for remote logging,...

    No idea, I don't use Windows for remote logging, just for the EAP controller, nothing more.

    Maybe this helps: http://help.papertrailapp.com/kb/configuration/configuring-remote-syslog-from-windows/
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    Yes, they are immediately seen by the EAP...

    Yes, they are immediately seen by the EAP controller if they are in the same subnet. You have two options to assure that they are in the same subnet:

    - Set the PC's IP address running the EAP...
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    Find the menu for "Internet Protocol Version 4...

    Find the menu for "Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)" in the network settings of your PC, click on "Properties" tab, which should show you your PC's IP address.

    Add the IP of the router in...
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    No, not possible (currently). They are just APs,...

    No, not possible (currently). They are just APs, not repeaters.
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    If you already did configure the EAPs, you did...

    If you already did configure the EAPs, you did place them into stand-alone mode. Use the discovery tool to connect them with the EAP controller if you want to change from stand-alone mode to managed...
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    If you use a static IP for your PC, make sure...

    If you use a static IP for your PC, make sure there is a default route to the gateway router (192.168.0.1) and a DNS server's IP set (most often the same IP of the router or use Google's DNS, which...
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    If you use a Unix-like server, see:...

    If you use a Unix-like server, see: http://help.papertrailapp.com/kb/configuration/configuring-remote-syslog-from-unixlinux-and-bsdos-x/

    If you are using Windows, I don't know wether it can...
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    Any wireless device always negotiates WiFi speed...

    Any wireless device always negotiates WiFi speed with the clients constantly, it will therefore change dynamically all the time. For example, SSIDs are send out every 10 seconds using the lowest...
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    You certainly will not achieve 300 Mbit/s data...

    You certainly will not achieve 300 Mbit/s data speed since the CPE's Ethernet interface is capable of 100 Mbit/s only (that's the price for having passive PoE at low costs). What's more, 300 Mbit/s...
  22. I would connect the CAPs to the AC50 first before...

    I would connect the CAPs to the AC50 first before configuring anything. The default IP of the AC50 is 192.168.0.253, so this is the management network. AFAIK, the CAPs use UDP broadcasts to find the...
  23. You have to set up a guest network on your...

    You have to set up a guest network on your company's router to be able to separate users from your LAN. The CAP1750 itself can't separate your network, it just allows to use multiple SSIDs over...
  24. Sure, the TL-SG105E/108E Easy Smart Switches have...

    Sure, the TL-SG105E/108E Easy Smart Switches have basic VLAN support and are the cheapest of their class, although end-user prices did raise somewhat in last two months (25 Euro for the SG105E and 34...
  25. I'm in the hotspot business, too, and even our...

    I'm in the hotspot business, too, and even our smallest hotel can easily afford a cheap router and a switch to separate the hotspot WiFi from their internal systems. With our cloud-based portal and...
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