Welcome to TP-LINK Tech Support Forum
+ Reply to Thread
Page 2 of 3 FirstFirst 1 2 3 LastLast
Results 16 to 30 of 32
  1. #16
    Just bought a TL-SG-108E v3 and not being able to remove ports from VLAN1 is not good, can we get a beta version? I'd like to try before my 30 return period is up.
    Last edited by johnsnow; 12-29-2017 at 04:00.

  2. #17
    I have 12 days to return, if TP-Link does not provide the patch, I am returning this unreboarded product.

  3. #18
    The clock is ticking wonder when we will see this so called beta

  4. #19
    Hello everyone,

    Sorry to keep you all waiting so long for the updates.

    We have just finish the development and test for the new official firmware of TL-SG105E and TL-SG108E, please go to download them in our official website:
    TL-SG105E FW20171214: http://www.tp-link.com/en/download/T....html#Firmware
    TL-SG108E FW20171214: http://www.tp-link.com/en/download/T....html#Firmware

    If you have come across with any issues, please feel free to follow in this post or contact us via phone/email.

    Besides, if your TP-Link devices are TL-SG108PE or TL-SG1016PE, I'm afraid it would still need a few days for the official firmware released, maybe at the end of this month if all goes well.

    Finally, thank you all for kindly choosing TP-Link products, and thank you all for kindly sharing your feedback and advice!

    TP-Link Technical Support
    Rain

  5. #20

    V2 Firmware

    Is there any new firmware for V2?

  6. #21
    Is there any new firmware for V2? Or are we abandoned?

  7. #22
    If your device is TL-SG108E v2, you could try to upgrade this v3 firmware, kindly noted.

    Quote Originally Posted by fabrizziosoares View Post
    Is there any new firmware for V2? Or are we abandoned?

  8. #23

    Question Admin tool

    Quote Originally Posted by Rain_TP-Link View Post
    If your device is TL-SG108E v2, you could try to upgrade this v3 firmware, kindly noted.
    Thanks. I tried V3 on my V2 and worked.
    I could see now I can modify VLAN 1. Great!
    But ..... I still can reach web admin tool from any VLAN or via easy configuration tool. Is there a way to avoid this?

    Best regards

  9. #24

    Thumbs up Management VLAN

    The management VLAN must be one and just one. It's the basic otherwise no real isolation!!!!
    Despite new firmware these switches are still not usable in a prod enviroment.
    I cannot wait for anymore moving to other brand/models

  10. #25
    Members R1D2 is on a distinguished road
    Join Date
    Dec 2015
    Posts
    1,307
    Quote Originally Posted by patch View Post
    The management VLAN must be one and just one.
    I hope you mean "one VLAN", not "VLAN one".

    Yes, a management VLAN would be needed in a professional business-class environment, but hey, you won't tell me that you use Easy Smart Switches in your big data center, would you?

  11. #26

    fix for model tl-sg1024de_v2

    Hi,

    Can you include in the fix for model tl-sg1024de_v2?

    Thank you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rain_TP-Link View Post
    Hello everyone,

    Sorry to keep you all waiting so long for the updates.

    We have just finish the development and test for the new official firmware of TL-SG105E and TL-SG108E, please go to download them in our official website:
    TL-SG105E FW20171214: http://www.tp-link.com/en/download/T....html#Firmware
    TL-SG108E FW20171214: http://www.tp-link.com/en/download/T....html#Firmware

    If you have come across with any issues, please feel free to follow in this post or contact us via phone/email.

    Besides, if your TP-Link devices are TL-SG108PE or TL-SG1016PE, I'm afraid it would still need a few days for the official firmware released, maybe at the end of this month if all goes well.

    Finally, thank you all for kindly choosing TP-Link products, and thank you all for kindly sharing your feedback and advice!

    TP-Link Technical Support
    Rain

  12. #27
    Please tell me this update is available or about to become available for the SG1024DE V3.

  13. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by fabrizziosoares View Post
    Thanks. I tried V3 on my V2 and worked.
    I could see now I can modify VLAN 1. Great!
    But ..... I still can reach web admin tool from any VLAN or via easy configuration tool. Is there a way to avoid this?

    Best regards
    Have you removed the port as a member of vlan1? I haven't tried but i hope the web admin is not accessible once a port is removed from vlan1, proper fix would be a management vlan but i'm okay if removing vlan1 from a port works.

    upgraded, config is okay but admin password reset to default, was just about to order a different brand switch.

  14. #29

    Thumbs up 802.1q VLANs, Management etc.....

    Usually I deal with big Cisco switches (Nexus, IOS etc...) but basic networking is the same from low to high end swicthes!!!
    Small business switches are important and interesting for LABs, small meeting rooms, SOHO but they should be secure and compliant to basic std protocols.
    Forget QoS and other cool stuff, be focused to secure management, VLAN isolation, loop protection and MAC table.

    Today I tried to link a TL-SG108E (fw TL-SG108E(UN)_V3_20171214) to a Cisco 3850 by 802.1q but I was not able to find on TP-Link a working config with just 2 simple VLANs (#26 Users and #145 Guests).
    Same problem also using a Nortel 5510. For such setup no problem with an old 8 ports Netgear.

    I think TP-Link Easy Smart switcher are a good HW which need a totally review of the Firmware (no bug fix only) performed by a Networker.
    At the moment they are unusuable.

  15. #30
    Members R1D2 is on a distinguished road
    Join Date
    Dec 2015
    Posts
    1,307
    Quote Originally Posted by patch View Post
    I think TP-Link Easy Smart switcher are a good HW which need a totally review of the Firmware (no bug fix only) performed by a Networker.
    At the moment they are unusuable.
    I agree that they were unusable even for the audience those switches are targeting (small home businesses with requirement for VLANs and few other features. That's why I reported this VLAN1 issue exactly one year ago, in January 2017 to TP-Link and on several occasions later. Glad that they finally recognized and solved this problem.

    However, for my own office network I use TL-SG2008 smart switches and T1600G as a core switch, which both have all those features I (and you) require.

    Maybe you will disagree, but for my company TP-Link smart switches are the way to go for businesses with usual networking requirements, while we offer Easy Smart switches for our customers who need a cheap and very easy manageable switch to just support Multi-SSID WiFi networks based on VLANs, but no features usually found in more expensive smart switches. I'm sure it's a marketing strategy to offer Easy Smart switches for newcomers to the world of managed switches, but not for high-end users. It's really a pity, but often customers prefer to save a few bucks even in the expense of security. Bad habit, but see the meltdown/spectre disasters - same attitude.

    Of course, it would be an advantage to have a dedicated management VLAN on Easy Smart switches, maybe TP-Link changes this, too. If so, the better.

    I too was thinking about replacing the Easy Smart switches by Netgear GS108E/GS108PE, but I don't like them for a couple of reasons and so I will send both Netgear switches back. For our support team, it's important to not have too much diversity in our product line.
    Last edited by R1D2; 01-10-2018 at 12:00.


 

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts

Copyright 1996-2018 TP-LINK Technologies Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.