mesh with EAP225-Outdoor

mesh with EAP225-Outdoor
mesh with EAP225-Outdoor
2020-10-09 18:57:19 - last edited 2020-10-13 12:33:10
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Can I install this setting "LAN--cable--ROUTER--cable--EAP225Outdoor-)))wireless(((-EAP225Outdoor--cable--SWITCH"?

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Re:mesh with EAP225-Outdoor-Solution
2020-10-12 12:56:44 - last edited 2020-10-13 12:33:10

Dear @luislopes,

 

Can I install this setting "LAN--cable--ROUTER--cable--EAP225Outdoor-)))wireless(((-EAP225Outdoor--cable--SWITCH"?

 

Yes you can do that with EAP mesh feature. 

Please read the FAQ below to learn more about the EAP mesh feature.  

https://www.tp-link.com/support/faq/2283/

Best Regards!
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Re:mesh with EAP225-Outdoor-Solution
2020-10-12 12:56:44 - last edited 2020-10-13 12:33:10

Dear @luislopes,

 

Can I install this setting "LAN--cable--ROUTER--cable--EAP225Outdoor-)))wireless(((-EAP225Outdoor--cable--SWITCH"?

 

Yes you can do that with EAP mesh feature. 

Please read the FAQ below to learn more about the EAP mesh feature.  

https://www.tp-link.com/support/faq/2283/

Best Regards!
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Re:mesh with EAP225-Outdoor
2020-10-13 12:32:57

@Fae thank you

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Re:mesh with EAP225-Outdoor
2020-10-14 22:50:36

Hi @luislopes,

 

We should add that in order to configure two EAP's to be linked wirelessly.  The folliowing conditions must be met:

 

1) One AP must be connected to the main network via Ethernet
 

2) The Omada or SDN application running on a PC (or OC-200 running one of these) is necessary to configure the Mesh.  While running Omada/SDN post config it is not strictly required to keep the Mesh running, if you wish to use dynamic Mesh reconfiguration and/or Fast Roaming features you'll need to keep Omada/SDN running 24x7.

 

3) Per #2, the EAP's must be adopted and managed by Omada/SDN.  You cannot manage them from the individual EAP web UI's or as Stand Alone using the mobile App.


4) Finally the AP's in question must be compatible with each other to support wireless Mesh.  The EAP225 series (V3 for indoor / V1 for Outdoor) and 245 series (V3) are cross compatible with each other.  They are not compatible (from a wireless Mesh perspective) with other TP-Link products (e.g. EAP110, Archer Router series, etc.).

 

-Jonathan

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