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  1. #16
    I did When using Vectoring Mode I only had half the speed (10 MB/s). I mean 20 MB/s is not bad, is it...

  2. #17
    Yea, mine top max @ 25 MB/s.. If you plan to go back on the 2.0.0-05 firmware, use the same method you did to upgrade to this 2.2.2-00.

  3. #18
    Hi Nolan, is it possible to convert the new 2.23 firmware for the v2 adapters to use on the v1? Cheers

  4. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by Migz View Post
    Hi Nolan, is it possible to convert the new 2.23 firmware for the v2 adapters to use on the v1? Cheers
    Sure.
    Right here >> 2.2.3 for the TP-PL8030P V1

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    Notice: this is a straightforward port without any testing except for the flashing part.

    FLASH IT ONLY FROM THE PORT 1 DIRECTLY ATTACHED ON THE PC! see the archive content first and read the HOW TO.
    Last edited by NOLAN; 07-04-2017 at 13:08.

  5. #20
    Hello,
    Can you make 2.2.2-00 firmware for WPA-8630P ?
    Thanks in advance.

  6. #21
    Hi Nolan, thanks for the firmware! Is this ok to flash on uk powerline adapters? Cheers

  7. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Uranium View Post
    Hello,
    Can you make 2.2.2-00 firmware for WPA-8630P ?
    Thanks in advance.
    Sorry, I don't own the WPA-8630P.

    Quote Originally Posted by Migz View Post
    Hi Nolan, thanks for the firmware! Is this ok to flash on uk powerline adapters? Cheers
    Except for the socket type, there no hardware difference between the EU-UK-US version.
    The firmware posted is based upon the v2 EU version 170511 ( schuko socket ) and should be universal since the chipset are the same.

    Also, someone on another thread, right above this one, posted an official link for that 2.2.3 V1 beta firmware release, no changes, but the manifest has a newer USER string ( build date 170616 ).
    You could give it a try to keep the warranty and support if any issue appear.
    Last edited by NOLAN; 07-05-2017 at 09:06.

  8. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by NOLAN View Post
    Sorry, I don't own the WPA-8630P.
    It is necessary to physically access the device ?
    Can you explain how to do it myself ?

  9. #24
    Hi Nolan, would it be possible to port the new firmware for TP-PL8010P V1?

  10. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by Uranium View Post
    It is necessary to physically access the device ?
    Can you explain how to do it myself ?

    The main device, the one with the WiFi capabilities run a customized version of ecos or something and there should be an available official update already, I don't know if tplink has any GPL code for build that at this time., so building it from scratch could become truly time consuming.
    If you are referring to the bridged device, dunno, you should read on the sticker the type first.
    It could be a 8010 v1 if it has just one port and for that, or any similar device it is possible to port a newer firmware based on any available device running the same chipset in no time.

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkoD View Post
    Hi Nolan, would it be possible to port the new firmware for TP-PL8010P V1?
    Yes, it is possible to port a newer firmware for it, but, for at least 2 months I won't be able to do it.

  11. #26
    8010P europe version does have an official firmware built on Qualcomm's release 2.2.2.
    http://www.tp-link.com/en/download/T....html#Firmware

  12. #27
    I have two 8015P V1 (8010P hardware) with 8010P 2.2.2 firmware, and a WPA8635P V1 (WPA8630P hardware) with 2.0.0 firmware.

    I can confirm that powersaving is not functionnal with 2.2.2 firmware, but give me more than the twice (!) theorical bandwidth (~700mb/s vs ~300mb/s) in tpPLC.

    There is no official 2.2.2 firmware for WPA8630P, but 2.0.0 only.
    http://static.tp-link.com/res/down/s..._V1_160606.zip
    The official archive contain CLP part : "TL-WPA8630P_160225.pib" and "MAC-7500-v2.0.0-05-X-CS.nvm"

  13. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Uranium View Post
    I have two 8015P V1 (8010P hardware) with 8010P 2.2.2 firmware, and a WPA8635P V1 (WPA8630P hardware) with 2.0.0 firmware.

    I can confirm that powersaving is not functionnal with 2.2.2 firmware, but give me more than the twice (!) theorical bandwidth (~700mb/s vs ~300mb/s) in tpPLC.

    There is no official 2.2.2 firmware for WPA8630P, but 2.0.0 only.
    http://static.tp-link.com/res/down/s..._V1_160606.zip
    The official archive contain CLP part : "TL-WPA8630P_160225.pib" and "MAC-7500-v2.0.0-05-X-CS.nvm"
    Perhaps we are accessing a different kind of archive.
    I'm on mobile, so, I can't ascertain for sure without losing half day. Thing is: the link you posted has a binary file within and the content of it recall a posix structure.
    If the device has one Qualcomm chipset you need to dump it's configuration to prepare the chipset firmware update.
    I don't have access to such PIB file and I don't own the device, I don't even know if the device has a Qualcomm chipset.

  14. #29
    Sorry i have posted wrong link, this is the good link (with .bin, .pib and .nvm) : http://static.tp-link.com/res/down/s..._V1_160603.zip

    The device seem to have multiple chipset, the PLC chipset is probably a QCA7500 acording to this wiki : https://wikidevi.com/wiki/TP-LINK_TL-WPA8630P and hexedit of "TL-WPA8630P_160225.pib".

    I can try to dump the pib directly to the device if necessary.

  15. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by Uranium View Post
    Sorry i have posted wrong link, this is the good link (with .bin, .pib and .nvm) : http://static.tp-link.com/res/down/s..._V1_160603.zip

    The device seem to have multiple chipset, the PLC chipset is probably a QCA7500 acording to this wiki : https://wikidevi.com/wiki/TP-LINK_TL-WPA8630P and hexedit of "TL-WPA8630P_160225.pib".

    I can try to dump the pib directly to the device if necessary.
    OK, there a PIB, that's all you need.
    Does the tplink utility embedded within the archive I posted find the chipset?


 

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