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    I'm just saying, it should be made available...

    I'm just saying, it should be made available through the UI (in the same place where the config backup is), so it's easy for users to back up all the stuff. Making users do multiple different things...
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    That's fine for an uninstall/reinstall, but if...

    That's fine for an uninstall/reinstall, but if you're migrating, or replacing a broken server, those files won't necessarily exist any more. They should have a UI-based means to export/back up the DB...
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    Glad I could help! Happy networking!

    Glad I could help! Happy networking!
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    I've been out of circulation a few years on...

    I've been out of circulation a few years on JunOS... but the article does explicitly reference "For version after 12.1, user may opt for using JDHCPD:" and was updated this March with the comment...
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    Here's a thought: You might need to propagate the...

    Here's a thought: You might need to propagate the settings to the VLAN as per this Juniper KB article. You have the pools propagating to the interfaces, but it may need to be propagated directly to...
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    As Jonas said, be mindful that the 2.4GHz space...

    As Jonas said, be mindful that the 2.4GHz space is much more crowded. Checking for other access points is part of the puzzle, but be aware of other sources of 2.4GHz interference: microwaves,...
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    Do you have your EAP225 configured with VLAN IDs...

    Do you have your EAP225 configured with VLAN IDs for the SSIDs? What is the exact configuration for the port on the Juniper that the EAP is plugged into? I'm thinking you may want to try setting the...
  8. Sticky: [Knowledge Base] Oh phew... it must be some sort of bug with...

    Oh phew... it must be some sort of bug with Mac/Chromium, there was no scrollbar, and the list stopped at "Facebook". I saw it in Chrome on my phone and Windows desktop. Thanks!
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    demlik, HTTPS pages will fail because the...

    demlik, HTTPS pages will fail because the connection is not permitted, and there is no way to "intercept" or redirect the HTTPS request to the captive portal. The only way the access point would be...
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    Is your captive portal on a server on your local...

    Is your captive portal on a server on your local network? If you have the captive portal pointing to a page on the internet, then the captive portal won't work if your internet connection isn't...
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    bobbybc: now that there is an EAP Controller...

    bobbybc: now that there is an EAP Controller software package for Linux, you could run a cheap Linux server (even a VM) with the controller software, to enable band steering :)
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    Good to know. Maps probably should be part of the...

    Good to know. Maps probably should be part of the backup, but I can see it causing file size or format issues with the config file (especially if you have, say, 10 maps each at ~300K, that balloons...
  13. Sticky: [Knowledge Base] Did you guys throw away the "Remote Portal"...

    Did you guys throw away the "Remote Portal" authentication option in 2.5.x? Now all I see are the "Simple Password", "Local User", "Voucher", "SMS", and "Facebook" options -- "Hotspot" is now...
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    Hmmm, I just did a fresh install of 2.5.3 and was...

    Hmmm, I just did a fresh install of 2.5.3 and was able to put in my own map. The "Configure Maps" button in the upper right looks disabled, but still functions normally. Click it, click the blue "(+)...
  15. A false sense of security is worse than no...

    A false sense of security is worse than no security at all. If your visitors/guests/users/ne'er-do-wells can access the management interface of the access point in the first place, I'd say you're...
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    Does your fix involve recompiling, or is it just...

    Does your fix involve recompiling, or is it just a change in the start/stop scripts? If it's something I can do myself I'd love to do it until TP-Link gets off their collective duff to fix it. Thanks!
  17. A full run of my script, which I called mkjks.sh,...

    A full run of my script, which I called mkjks.sh, goes as follows (I run as root because the keystore path is by default only writable by root):


    root@eapc:/opt/tplink/EAPController/keystore #...
  18. Doc's stupid simple instructions for installing (and maintaining!) a valid cert on a Linux EAP controller

    So about 7 months ago I posted instructions for hacking a valid certificate into a Windows EAP controller. Since then, TP-Link has done their customers a huge service by finally releasing the...
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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...
  20. 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...
  21. 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...
  22. 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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