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  1. That's possible with CPEs, too. Just RTFM, it's...

    That's possible with CPEs, too. Just RTFM, it's even included in printed form with every CPE:

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    This cable would fit perfectly:

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    I guess there is a mis-understanding about the...

    I guess there is a mis-understanding about the concept of a router, switch, wireless adapters and VLANs. There are no wireless Ethernet switches. All Ethernet switches and all Easy Smart Switches...
  3. You can't extend a WiFi network wirelessly with...

    You can't extend a WiFi network wirelessly with an EAP225. It's an AP only, not a repeater. You have to connect the EAP225 by wire with your network (router/switch) to add another WiFi cell to your...
  4. The T1600G does not do routing except if you did...

    The T1600G does not do routing except if you did explicitly configure it (e.g. to do Inter-VLAN routing). Therefore make a backup of the switch's config, set it to factory defaults and test again. If...
  5. Grounding is an essential requirement for outdoor...

    Grounding is an essential requirement for outdoor APs to avoid potential damages to its components, no matter what brands of devices you use.

    An unstable power supply could lead to a reboot, but I...
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    If connection to the router - and therefore to...

    If connection to the router - and therefore to the Internet - fails, most certainly the router uses the same IP as the switch, which has a default IP of 192.168.0.1. Make sure the switch's IP is...
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    What do you want to achieve doing so? Extending...

    What do you want to achieve doing so? Extending wireless range? If so, you safely could add an AP to one of the 4 ports of your router. No need for an external switch - the 4 ports (and I bet there...
  8. Sounds like a hardware fault. How much are "some...

    Sounds like a hardware fault. How much are "some of the repeaters"? All three? One? Two?

    Did you ground the CPEs properly? What's the cable length from PoE adapter to the CPE? How long did the...
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    Good decision. :) Probably you just...

    Good decision. :)



    Probably you just stopped the web UI (Internet Exploder or what it is called on Windows those times), but did not shut down the EAP Controller service running in the...
  10. Interestingly, the firmware version you have...

    Interestingly, the firmware version you have installed is not available on TP-Link's websites (checked US, UK and DE sites), otherwise I probably could install it on my V1 switch to compare both...
  11. That's a good decision. An alternative would be...

    That's a good decision. An alternative would be the UBNT EdgeRouter X, which also supports several networks and VLANs, has a nice web UI and costs about 45$. Make sure to update the firmware to...
  12. To use additional networks your router needs to...

    To use additional networks your router needs to support either different subnets or so-called Multi-Net-NAT (as TP-Link's routers implement it) and needs to be VLAN-aware. Many routers support a...
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    Okay, if you want to take your server onsite, you...

    Okay, if you want to take your server onsite, you could do so. But then you will have to set up different EAP controllers on your laptop "server", one for each network using different IP ranges. The...
  14. Thread: TL-SG105E vlan

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    Ah, I see. As for TL-SG108E (and probably...

    Ah, I see. As for TL-SG108E (and probably TL-SG105E, too) hardware version 1 didn't have a web UI at all, they could be managed using the Easy Configuration Utility only. So probably those old...
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    Looks like power glitches on the EAPs or flipping...

    Looks like power glitches on the EAPs or flipping network links. The 192.168.0.254 is the fallback IP used if there is no DHCP response.
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    See, I manage over 1.200 WiFi hotspots for my...

    See, I manage over 1.200 WiFi hotspots for my clients and I never ever would try to manage EAPs from my laptop. Sorry if you feel offended by my post and I don't want to sound harsh, but if you are...
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    To which portal should the EAP Controller direct...

    To which portal should the EAP Controller direct users if not to a system running the portal? If you have a customized portal, use the external portal function of EAPC to redirect users to this...
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    Sure. In professional use cases, you won't...

    Sure.



    In professional use cases, you won't run an EAP controller on a laptop, but on a dedicated server. What's more, an IP address is not owned by a PC, it's completely unrelated to the...
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    In 5 GHz band often only the top four (Indoor...

    In 5 GHz band often only the top four (Indoor Only) and bottom five (North America) channels are commonly used due to interferences with weather radars and digital satellites, even with devices...
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    Your choice. I often exchange routers for tests...

    Your choice. I often exchange routers for tests and want to avoid unnecessary traffic in my LAN and delays in assigning an IP, so that's no alternative to a real static IP for me.
  21. Thread: TL-SG105E vlan

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    This is a firmware of 2014! Not very recent. ...

    This is a firmware of 2014! Not very recent.

    Use https://www.tp-link.com/de/download/TL-SG105E_V3.html instead.
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    Go and read the thread from TP-Link engineering...

    Go and read the thread from TP-Link engineering about availability of v3 firmware for previous HW versions.
    If you take a closer look at the firmware, you will see that is indeed not firmware v3,...
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    TL-SG108E/PE and TL-SG105E have a somewhat...

    TL-SG108E/PE and TL-SG105E have a somewhat unusual way of processing firmware updates: they will reboot the switch before updating. If a firmware update doesn't complete (no page for uploading the...
  24. Thread: TL-SG105E vlan

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    Because they are still members of VLAN 1. Upgrade...

    Because they are still members of VLAN 1. Upgrade to latest firmware and remove them from the Default_VLAN. It makes no sense to assign the same port(s) as untagged port(s) to more than one VLAN....
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    It is fixed in all versions. You can install the...

    It is fixed in all versions. You can install the firmware v3 in older hw versions of the switches, too.
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