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    My EAC running on an AWS instance accepts a...

    My EAC running on an AWS instance accepts a .local TLD w/o problems.

    Again: try an IP address instead of a domain name to find out what causes this error. That's not that difficult!

    I'm pretty...
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    According to German support, it should...

    According to German support, it should automatically use the time zone set on the host the EAC is running on.
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    This is absolutely correct behavior. You...

    This is absolutely correct behavior.

    You selected WEP as security method. Using WEP restricts wireless mode to 802.11a and this standard has a maximum of 54 Mbps wireless speed. It's deprecated,...
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    Yes, it's a pity that they use the fixed VLAN ID...

    Yes, it's a pity that they use the fixed VLAN ID 1 for the management VLAN. This way it doesn't fit into our network topology, too.
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    Yes, two more every other day. :D

    Yes, two more every other day. :D
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    I doubt that the firmware checks mail addresses...

    I doubt that the firmware checks mail addresses in those times where top-level domains are added to the DNS system every other day. They would need to keep a list of meanwhile 1,528 TLDs up-to-date...
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    IP aliasing is a technique introduced to UNIX in...

    IP aliasing is a technique introduced to UNIX in the early 1990s. It was needed to host web services for different customers on one server only, which needed to serve several domain names for such...
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    As soon as you bridge the wireless uplink with...

    As soon as you bridge the wireless uplink with your wireless LAN, your devices will be part of the wireless network the CPE connects to. To have the CPE's IP address assigned to one of the foreign...
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    It stands for "universal" and yes, it is...

    It stands for "universal" and yes, it is compatible with your router.
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    You need a DNS server to resolve the .local...

    You need a DNS server to resolve the .local domain name into an IP. To be able to also use official domains, your local DNS needs to forward DNS queries to an official DNS servers then. A good...
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    Short answer: no, not on such distances. ...

    Short answer: no, not on such distances.



    Yes, a TL-ANT2415MS would be the correct antenna to get better signal quality on 700 meters and it will enable MIMO mode. However, the cheapest...
  12. Not necessarily. If you are bridging the subnets,...

    Not necessarily. If you are bridging the subnets, the MAC sublayer (layer 2) is shared between the bridged subnets. But if you are routing two subnets, the MAC sublayers of those subnets are isolated...
  13. Can't work through a router with different...

    Can't work through a router with different subnetworks.
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    I use both, CPE210s and CPE510s with static IP...

    I use both, CPE210s and CPE510s with static IP w/o any problem. Can you reach the web UI through a wired connection after setting a static IP, saving the config and a power-cycle?
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    Please also write to TP-Link support as I did...

    Please also write to TP-Link support as I did already several times. The more people complain, the better is the change that TP-Link will modify the firmware. Thx!
  16. Very helpful, thanks! TP-Link admin should move...

    Very helpful, thanks! TP-Link admin should move it into the Knowledge Base for reference. :)
  17. Depends on cable length, type of power supply and...

    Depends on cable length, type of power supply and actual power consumption if fully loaded (e.g. 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz clients simultaneously connected). Maximum guaranteed power for 802.3af is 12.95 W...
  18. Sure, although 50 yards is not a big challenge...

    Sure, although 50 yards is not a big challenge for the CPEs.

    But take into account the antenna beamwidth of the CPE, which is 65. Your in-house WiFi must be inside the CPE's antenna beam to...
  19. You're right. TP-Link got it wrong in their...

    You're right. TP-Link got it wrong in their comparison table on the linked EAP115 page which claims the EAP220 would need 802.3at - it does not. It consumes max. 9.6 watts, which can be supplied by a...
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    The picostation has omnidirectional antennas...

    The picostation has omnidirectional antennas covering 360, while the CPE has directional antennas with 65 on the H plane / 35 on the E plane, meaning you have to align it carefully. The first...
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    The TG585 is a very antique ADSL modem with an...

    The TG585 is a very antique ADSL modem with an integrated WiFi adapter, which supports only a very limited subset of 802.11 (modes b and g, old encryption modes, no MIMO etc.). It has a broadcom...
  22. If you define AP Client Router mode, wireless...

    If you define AP Client Router mode, wireless devices can make use of the (wireless) AP interface of the WA7210 while at the same time another virtual interface on the same physical WiFi adapter...
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    AFAIK all devices of the professional line sold...

    AFAIK all devices of the professional line sold after March, 1st 2013 have a (limited) lifetime guarantee, this includes SafeStream VPN routers such as the TL-ER6120.
  24. Thread: Eap330

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    No. It is just a "Visual Identity" update: new...

    No. It is just a "Visual Identity" update: new packaging, new web UI, new corporate logo on the occasion of 20 years company's anniversary.
  25. Thread: AP and Vlans

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    See http://www.tp-link.de/faq-1365.html

    See http://www.tp-link.de/faq-1365.html
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