Omada SDN Hardware Compatibility

Re:Omada SDN Hardware support
2020-07-07 22:47:52 - last edited 2020-07-09 13:19:06

@jabolfh,

 

AFAIK, T1500G-10MPS will indeed be supported. I recommend to wait until the firmware for this switch has been released officially.

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware support
2020-07-08 08:35:13 - last edited 2020-07-09 13:19:06

@jabolfh 

 

Why is the OC200 Controller not mentioned in the campatibility-list?

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware support
2020-07-08 19:31:45 - last edited 2020-07-09 13:19:06

@R1D2 Ah interesting thanks for letting me know. I guess I'm just being super impatient haha. I've got the V2.1 hardware version so hopefully it'll be high enough. The latest appears to be V2.8.

 

@SledgehammerNL That list was just the switches I could find in the TP-Link materials and website and the EAP models. According to this website https://www.tp-link.com/ca/omada-sdn/compatibility/ (which is canadian eh) it says the OC200 v 1.3.0 will support the SDN.

 

Also just wanted to add I'm just an impatient user haha I don't have any information from TP-link that's not on their website. If you want complete information you should wait for them to release it fully or ask one of the people that actually has a handle on everything. From my experience thus far @R1D2 knows way more than I do...

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware support
2020-07-08 19:52:13 - last edited 2020-07-09 13:19:06

I'm still not convinced the OC-200 will support SDN.  We'll see, hopefully I'm wrong.

 

I'm expecting a new OC-300 that does.  But, I'm just pulling that out of my posterior.

 

-Jonathan

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware support
2020-07-08 20:05:45 - last edited 2020-07-09 13:19:06

@JSchnee21 that would be a big disgrace. Ik bought mine a couple of months ago. And it is still available. 

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware support
2020-07-08 20:12:48 - last edited 2020-07-09 13:19:06

 

JSchnee21 wrote

I'm still not convinced the OC-200 will support SDN.

 

Maybe, but that would mean that TP-Link made the beta version I run on OC200 just for fun or for the trash bin.

 

 

 

 

Please guys, be patient. TP-Link R&D and documentation team work pretty hard to give you a product which works out of the box.

Would you prefer a banana-like product, which ripens at the customer's site by laying around due to bugs? I guess no, or am I wrong?

 

It takes huge efforts to completely upgrade different product lines into a common SDN solution and to finally release all this stuff world-wide while at the same time introducing completely new products. This is not just a new controller version.

 

No offense intented. Just try to understand what a huge task this is and allow for some more days until official release.

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware support
2020-07-08 22:13:56 - last edited 2020-07-09 13:19:06

@R1D2 thank you for making my day, my confidence is restored!

 

I'm not in a particular rush, I realize the huge amount of effort involved.  I know everyone has been trying to wait -- somewhat patiently -- for the SDN and new Wifi6 EAP's.

 

But, I think the roll out could be going better -- more succinctly, professionally, coordinated.  There's been little or no fanfare since CES, publications, announcements, etc in the USA for any of the business class stuff. 

 

Things have been delayed and now are coming out in uncoordinated fits and starts.  Web sites / support sites are partially updated or link to wrong or out of date information.  

 

I've very glad for the active chat and user forums, etc.  But from a marketing / product launch perspective it's a hot mess.

 

-Jonathna

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware support
2020-07-08 22:33:31 - last edited 2020-07-09 13:19:06

@JSchnee21, yes, there are some things which could be better. For example, firmware versioning etc.

 

OTOH, there are so many people involved. Don't underestimate the language barrier. Web sites need to be translated and adapted, actions must be coordinated over different time zones etc. And there are still countries with lockdown restrictions in effect, which delayed everything.

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware support
2020-07-10 03:26:02 - last edited 2020-07-17 03:18:51

@jabolfh 

 

Hi everyone here,

 

We are afraid that the Omada SDN won't support current jetstream switches such as T1500G-10MPS nor the current business router such as TL-ER6120.

 

Thank you for the feedback on the Omada Upgrade Guide, I have forwarded this to the product department who will help to modify the picture to avoid such misleading.

 

Please read the Omada SDN Compatibility List from TP-Link official website shall prevail. And this is the correct Omada Upgrade Guide.

 

Best Regards!
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Re:Omada SDN Hardware support
2020-07-10 07:54:52

Hello 

 

i'm using an TP-Link T1600G-28PS V3 Switch, is for this switch an new firmware planed to use it in future with the new SDN Controller?

 

 

 

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