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    Agreed, my EAP-245 has been running a solid month...

    Agreed, my EAP-245 has been running a solid month with no reboots. Reboots should only be done if the device is actually malfunctioning or performing particularly poorly (and you've confirmed it's...
  2. Might just be that the EAPC application has some...

    Might just be that the EAPC application has some tweaks to how it processes the cert that don't always play nice with a keytool-generated cert (since they expect it to only run with the provided...
  3. Hmmm, I'll have to spin up a new controller...

    Hmmm, I'll have to spin up a new controller instance and test the steps again, maybe I missed something (as I was largely documenting "after the fact").

    To clarify for others, the password is...
  4. That's odd. Let's try some troubleshooting first....

    That's odd. Let's try some troubleshooting first.
    Open a command prompt and navigate to "C:\Program Files (x86)\TP-LINK\EAP Controller\keystore" (assuming the EAP controller software is installed...
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    Yes, just disable the authentication option under...

    Yes, just disable the authentication option under Wireless Control > Portal, and use standard WPA2-PSK/AES security on the SSID, and it will pretty much function like a home access point with no need...
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    Assuming the EAP Controller software is installed...

    Assuming the EAP Controller software is installed on the office PC, you'd need to forward port 8043 on your internet router to the office PC, then you could access the controller via...
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    TBH I'm just making educated guesses. I only got...

    TBH I'm just making educated guesses. I only got my EAP-245s about a month ago, I updated their firmware when I was still running EAP Controller locally (it was just a slightly newer build, maybe 3-6...
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    What are you using for your mail server? Perhaps...

    What are you using for your mail server? Perhaps it has the wrong time or time zone?
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    What version of the EAP controller software are...

    What version of the EAP controller software are you using? This is just a shot in the dark, but if you're using an older version (current is 2.4.7 -- you can check via Setting > System > About >...
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    Yes, I'd suggest making sure the Windows system...

    Yes, I'd suggest making sure the Windows system time (and time zone) are set correctly on the controller server.
  11. You're looking at ~$6/month for a t2.nano (1 CPU,...

    You're looking at ~$6/month for a t2.nano (1 CPU, 512MB RAM) instance with Windows, or ~$13/month for a t2.micro (1CPU, 1GB RAM).

    Another possible hosting provider might be OVH.com if you're...
  12. It's 1,530 now ;) But yes, try the IP first....

    It's 1,530 now ;)

    But yes, try the IP first. Also, what happens if you open the command prompt on your EAP server and type "ping mymailserver.local" ? Does it resolve? If not, your EAP...
  13. I believe the controller is required if you want...

    I believe the controller is required if you want to use vouchers (as the vouchers are generated by and validated by the controller; the access point just acts as a "middle man" between the client and...
  14. Is your access point configured with SSIDs on...

    Is your access point configured with SSIDs on both 2.4GHz and 5GHz? If you somehow only managed to get 5GHz set up, then it's possible the Windows laptops (perhaps older, 802.11g-only or...
  15. I had trouble getting this to work with 2.4.7,...

    I had trouble getting this to work with 2.4.7, but found an alternate solution. While it's not running as a service per se (and thus may be more difficult to monitor and restart on failure), if...
  16. Oddly, I just looked at the box for my EAP245 and...

    Oddly, I just looked at the box for my EAP245 and that claims "802.3at" right on the front. I'm now more confused than ever... but my 802.3af injector seems to be running it just fine on a ~50ft...
  17. Personally I am enjoying the performance of my...

    Personally I am enjoying the performance of my EAP245, but the EAP220 should suit most peoples' needs just fine and I'd hazard a guess that unless you're doing a lot of LAN-to-LAN streaming (e.g....
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    It is possible to change the certificate on the...

    It is possible to change the certificate on the EAP Controller, just not easy. Generate your own key and CSR, get a valid/publicly-recognized cert, compile the key and cert into a PKCS#12 file with a...
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    I'm fairly certain you can't tweak the SSL/TLS...

    I'm fairly certain you can't tweak the SSL/TLS settings on these units. You're better off managing your network so that access to the AP is restricted in the first place (e.g. use VLANs). It can't...
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    I do think it would be good to configure this on...

    I do think it would be good to configure this on a per-AP basis, but in the meantime are you aware of the system-wide LED setting? If you go Settings > System > LED you can turn off the LEDs for all...
  21. Hacking a valid cert into the EAP controller software

    So let's start by saying I hate invalid certificate errors. I've worn many hats: DevOps, IT Support, Customer Support, Web Designer, and more; each and every one screams "FIX IT" when I see one of...
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