Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.

Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.
Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.
2018-08-21 07:50:13 - last edited 2019-07-19 02:25:32

Dear friends,

 

We are glad to share you that we have published Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows), which mainly adds Cloud Access/EAP Firmware Online Upgrading/Auto Backup function.

 

You can download Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) at following link:

https://www.tp-link.com/en/download/EAP-Controller.html#Controller_Software

 

 

1. Free Cloud Access Management

Support remote cloud management. After binding corresponding TP-Link ID, you can log in to the cloud platform (https://omada.tplinkcloud.com) to manage/monitor the Omada Controller/EAP anytime, anywhere. Eliminate the cumbersome steps to establish a VPN connection or NAT port forwarding for remote management.

 

 

2. EAP Firmware Online Upgrading

Omada Controller 3.0.2 supports online upgrading function. You can check if there have latest firmware for EAP and upgrade it online automatically, instead of downloading firmware from official website manually.

 

Click “Check for firmware upgrade”,then click “Batch Upgrade” button to upgrade EAP firmware to the latest version.

 

3. Auto Backup (Saving Database/Configuration Files Automatically)

Omada Controller 3.0.2 adds Auto Backup function, which can automatically backup data/configuration files in specific time interval to your PC.

 


 

PS: Below are the detailed release note of Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows)for your reference

 

New Feature/Enhancement:

1.Support Cloud Access function which allows you to manage Omada Controller remotely conveniently.

2.Support Omada APP management method. (You can manage Omada Controller with Omada APP)

3.Support EAP firmware online upgrade function.

4.Support configuration/data files auto backup function.

5.Improve the Backup & Restore function, backup files can contain configuration only or both configuration and database information of a specific time.

6.Add AP MAC, SSID parameters in the External Web Portal URL which is distributed from controller to client. (If you are using External RADIUS Server Portal function with External Web Portal)

7.Batch Upgrade function now will only take effect to EAP which belong to the current site.

8.UI Optimization. Rearranged the configuration options in Site Settings list (only take effect to current site) or Controller Settings list (take effect to all sites) according to the actual function.

9.Various known bug fixes.

 

Notes:

1. To use Omada Controller 3.0.x new features, you need to upgrade your EAP's firmware to the corresponding version.

2. Once upgraded to this version of Omada Controller, you will NOT able to downgrade to an earlier version.

3. Portal configuration will be lost after upgraded to Omada Controller 3.0.X from 2.4.X or earlier version.

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Re:Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.
2018-08-30 02:53:51

Any plans for a Linux 3.0 and new firmware for the EAP245 v1. Looks like v3 got an upate to add fast roaming. Nothing for V1 :-(

 

Band steering with the iphone on TPLink EAP245 is bad.

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Re:Re:Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.
2018-08-31 01:19:40

Any plans for a Linux 3.0 and new firmware for the EAP245 v1. Looks like v3 got an upate to add fast roaming. Nothing for V1 :-(

 

Band steering with the iphone on TPLink EAP245 is bad.

 

1. Yes, we will publish the Linux 3.0 recently, maybe next week.

2. EAP245_v1 and EAP245_v3 are different hardware version, and EAP245_V1 has no plan to support Fast Roaming at present.

 

Best wish,

Jonas

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Re:Re:Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.
2018-09-05 09:53:43

controller 3.0.2 for linux was released in official website below. 

https://www.tp-link.com/en/download/EAP-Controller.html#Controller_Software

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Re:Re:Re:Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.
2018-09-05 11:54:47 - last edited 2018-09-05 12:00:39

Cloud not working on the official linux version, get an "General Error" when try to bind.

System: Debian jessie

Kernel: 3.2.0-4-amd64

 

==> EAPController/logs/server.log <==
2018-09-05 13:59:56 [qtp1450652220-143] [INFO]-[SourceFile:189] - Request tries to trigger CloudClient to recover connection.
2018-09-05 13:59:56 [qtp1450652220-143] [WARN]-[SourceFile:94] - [Exception]execution(OperationResponse com.tp_link.eap.monitor.cloud.clouduser.service.impl.CloudUserServiceImpl.bindDeviceOwner(ControlType,JSONObject))[exception message:null]
java.lang.NullPointerException: null
 

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Re:Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.
2018-09-13 09:35:35

Hey!

 

Good job. There are some really good function that are useable.

 

However, while trying to connect remote per Cloud the connection is always timing out. I have binded my software controller windows 3.0.2 to my id but I cannont connect from remote. Is there something that needs to be configured (port or something else). I got always loading icon after I login to the cloud while I select my software controller from the list.

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Re:Re:Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.
2018-09-13 21:28:44

he2k18 wrote

Hey!

 

Good job. There are some really good function that are useable.

 

However, while trying to connect remote per Cloud the connection is always timing out. I have binded my software controller windows 3.0.2 to my id but I cannont connect from remote. Is there something that needs to be configured (port or something else). I got always loading icon after I login to the cloud while I select my software controller from the list.

 

@jonas can you help he2k18 to figure out the problem? 

TP-Link PM
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Re:Re:Re:Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.
2018-09-14 04:19:30

Would be good if you support me. I already tried sometimes later because its a brand new version.

However I tried to access from another destinated wlan and mobile connection. No difference.

The binding was successfully

 

Following configuration is present at our wlan:

 

controller 192.168.1.91

Wlan 192.168.164.X

Firewall is configurated to allow communication into 192.168.1.91 only for specific needed omada ports

Controller has direct internet access.

My administrator account is to another email than my cloud email. Perhaps this can be an issue?

 

Currently we run 10 access points, 4 more are already ordered. Today morning we had 49 users :-)

 

Btw there is another issue I cannot follow. But this is another topic here in the forum. At the noment there is no answer for it.

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Re:Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.
2018-09-20 05:55:54

Hello!

 

The problem is still present. Nothing happens. There is no documentation or something available to identify an issue for the user. Can you please support?

 

We have splitting our network into two physical lans devided by an endian firewall.

 

192.168.1.0/24 is hotel network - green

192.168.164.0/24 is wireless guest network - blue

Wan - red

 

green to blue is always allowed

blue to green is dropped instead below ports

green and blue have full free access to red

 

The firewall allows NO Traffic between this subnets, only mentioned ports from documentation are allowed to switch betweens the networks (I refer to EAP Controller documentation, TCP,UCP 29XXX  [i do not have the exact one in my mind right now])

 

 

 

 

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Re:Re:Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.
2018-09-20 06:10:09

Hello!

 

I noticed our controller was not allowed to send use port 8034.

I opened up Port TCP/UDP 8034 to red interface from 192.168.1.91 (our controller) to wan. Now it is working. 

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Re:Re:Re:Re:Omada Controller 3.0.2 (Windows) has been released.
2018-09-22 16:03:31
I have the exact same problem and same exception. Hope someone can help.
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