Omada SDN Hardware Compatibility

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware Compatibility
2021-01-26 09:11:19

@Fae Ok, thanks this already helps a bit.

Is it correct, that the "T1500G-8T(TL-SG2008) V2" is PoE-Powered and still can be updated to be compatible with Omada?

I got a label from a vendor that looks like this

Is there a way to check the hardware version based on the serial number?

 

Judging from the website, there is also a "T1500G-8T V1", is this the one without the "(TL-SG2008)" addition?

 

In addition, there is TL-SG2008 V3 only, which can be taken as a replacement for T1500G-8T V2, and it's compatible with Omada SDN from birth, so if it is TL-SG2008 V3, the product description should claim that the switch supports Omada SDN and you don't need to check the hardware version to confirm it.

 

 To be honest, I already contacted 3 or 4 retailers in Germany, but either there is no answer, or they cannot confirm the hardware version - so it is still difficult to find on. But the I will give it a shot and try one of those "T1500G-8T(TL-SG2008)".

 

BenHH

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware Compatibility
2021-01-26 16:04:48

@BenHH 

 

The unit you have imaged here is a V1 1500 , from my understanding this version will not be compatible with SDN.

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware Compatibility
2021-01-26 17:38:29

 

Reconboy wrote

@BenHH 

 

The unit you have imaged here is a V1 1500 , from my understanding this version will not be compatible with SDN.

@Reconboy Ok, thanks! 

yes

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware Compatibility
2021-01-27 05:35:45

@BenHH 

 

Is it correct, that the "T1500G-8T(TL-SG2008) V2" is PoE-Powered and still can be updated to be compatible with Omada?

 

Yes, it's correct. Port 8 is a PD port which can obtain power from PoE source.

 

Is there a way to check the hardware version based on the serial number?

 

The hardware version is at the end of the Model, from the label you provided, the hardware version for T1500G-8T is Ver 1.0.

T1500G-8T V1 is not compatible with Omada. Hope the informationis helpful and good luck!

Get Started Here: https://community.tp-link.com/en/business/forum/topic/551684 https://community.tp-link.com/en/business/forum/topic/552406
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Re:Omada SDN Hardware Compatibility
2021-01-27 16:02:39

@Fae Sorry to bother you again:

I found the following statement on the website:

https://www.tp-link.com/de/support/faq/2948/

This says the mobel number from the T1500G-8T v.2  changed to TL-SG2008 v.3.

Does this mean, the T1500G-8T v.2 and the TL-SG2008 v.3 are the same device?

Meaning the TL-SG2008 v.3 also is PoE powered?

 

Thanks,

Ben

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware Compatibility
2021-01-28 02:35:57

Dear @BenHH,

 

This says the mobel number from the T1500G-8T v.2  changed to TL-SG2008 v.3.

Does this mean, the T1500G-8T v.2 and the TL-SG2008 v.3 are the same device?

Meaning the TL-SG2008 v.3 also is PoE powered?

 

TL-SG2008 v3 is a new model, which can be a replacement for T1500G-8T v2.

 

And yes, TL-SG2008 V3 can obtain power from PoE Source.

Get Started Here: https://community.tp-link.com/en/business/forum/topic/551684 https://community.tp-link.com/en/business/forum/topic/552406
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Re:Omada SDN Hardware Compatibility
2021-01-29 08:47:51

@Fae Ok, thanks!

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware Compatibility
2021-01-29 14:11:12

@jabolfh Hey i need Help i need my historyk pdf and i can not possible to connect

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware Compatibility
2021-02-14 21:50:52

@Fae I finally found a dealer, that could verify the hardware version and got a 2008v3.

Cheers

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Re:Omada SDN Hardware Compatibility
2021-03-08 09:21:11

@Fae Hello, has an SDN compatible firmware been released for the TL-SG2210P v.3.0?

 

Thank you

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