Problems with multiple root APs (EAP225 Outdoor) in Mesh

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Problems with multiple root APs (EAP225 Outdoor) in Mesh
Problems with multiple root APs (EAP225 Outdoor) in Mesh
2020-11-13 16:18:18
Model: EAP225-Outdoor  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.20.00

Hi,

this is our setup:

- Controller OC200

- one Management-VLAN and one VLAN for each SSID in our Network

- some EAP225 Outdoor and some EAP115 

 

Until now we have Mesh not activated, all of our APs are wired.

When we try to activate the Mesh function, to add new APs as Hops, the controller got problems with the wired EAP225.

The wired APs try to adopt each other and in the end some lost the complete connection.

What could be the problem?

Is it possible to deactivate the Mesh function on some of the APs or is it just possible to activate/deactivate mesh global?  

 

Cheers, Markus

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Re:Problems with multiple root APs (EAP225 Outdoor) in Mesh
2020-11-23 07:51:17

Dear @MarkusSBO,

 

When we try to activate the Mesh function, to add new APs as Hops, the controller got problems with the wired EAP225.

The wired APs try to adopt each other and in the end some lost the complete connection.

 

Without known what you have done, it's hard to tell what could be the problem.

 

You may refer to the User Guide of Omada SDN Controller for detailed introduction and configuration guide on EAP Mesh,.

 

Note: the related info can be found from Page 266-268.

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