Omada Controller 3.2.3 for OC200 released

Omada Controller 3.2.3 for OC200 released
Omada Controller 3.2.3 for OC200 released
2019-10-16 13:13:01 - last edited 2019-10-16 13:17:09
Model: OC200
Hardware Version:
Firmware Version: 1.2.0

Finally Omada Controller 3.2.3 for OC200 has become available. OC200 firmware version is 1.2.0. 

See Controller Settings → Maintenance → Check for upgrade or download from here and update manually.

 

Release notes:

 

New Feature/Enhancement:
1. Add "Select Page" feature on the management page of vouchers.
2. Change the default status of "Terms of Service" to uncheck. 
3. Optimize the "Free Authentication Policy" to support URL with suffixes. 
4. Optimize the UI of Backup & Restore and Starting Up page.

 

Bug Fixed:
1. Fixed the bug that when clients disconnect from the Facebook portal, the connection time and traffic usage of these clients may be zero in the log.
2. Fixed the bug that AP may disconnect from OC200 when it is upgrading the firmware.
3. Fixed the bug that in some cases, the channel configuration of 2.4G frequency may show up in 5G by mistake.

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Re:Omada Controller 3.2.3 for OC200 released
3 weeks ago

@R1D2  We try to downgrade the firmware from 4.1.5 to this controller 3.2.3. After the setup, AP (eao225 outdoor) is connected to the controller. But when we try to connect to the wifi using mobiles, it is connected but no internet. We try to reset, check the cables, and the connection, but still the problem is the same. please help to figure out the problem.. thank you

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Re:Omada Controller 3.2.3 for OC200 released
3 weeks ago - last edited 3 weeks ago

@eurilex,

 

you should downgrade to Omada Controller v3.2.12, that's OC200 firmware v1.2.3. Every lower version is out-of-date and IIRC first 3.2 version was v3.2.4 which followed v3.1.13.

 

If you did use the new Omada SDN Controller v4.1.5 and you had upgraded the EAPs as required by this new product, you need to downgrade each EAP to last firmware which is compatible with Controller v3.2.12. See the support site for the regional EAP firmwares.

 

You also should perform a factory reset of each EAP after they have been downgraded. Next, you need to adopt and set up the EAP again. Just create a wireless network on the OC200 and adopt the EAPs, do not change any other defaults for now.

 

Then test basic functionality: network access, routing, name resolution and if this works you can test Internet access.

 

Note that the Internet connection of an EAP has nothing to do with Omada Controller and is in no way affected by the Controller.

 

To provide Internet access your EAP needs an IP address and your router needs to provide DHCP services for the client devices with the correct IP addresses for the gateway (the Internet router) and a DNS server (in most cases the Internet router, too).

 

If routing does not work, check cables, switch settings (if managed switch), router settings, ping the router, ping an IP on the Internet and check DNS name resolution.

 

Do not even think about starting a browser to surf the web until all of the mentioned basic connectivity has been tested and appears to work.

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Re:Omada Controller 3.2.3 for OC200 released
3 weeks ago - last edited 3 weeks ago

After following your advice to dowgrade our OC200 firmware to v1.2.3 and EAP, it works now... Thank you so much and I appreciated your support.

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