What is Omada -- Switch --> Config --> VLAN Interface?

What is Omada -- Switch --> Config --> VLAN Interface?
What is Omada -- Switch --> Config --> VLAN Interface?
2022-01-30 17:52:53 - last edited 2022-04-19 09:20:26
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.1.1

1 x ER606

3 x SP2008P

1 x EAP610

Omada Software Controller 5.0.29 (new)

 

 

This seems to be new in V5 of controller. 

What is its purpose?

Do I need to enable it for each vlan I use on the switch?  or is this for Management network only?

If you edit, it has DHCP Mode settings....  What are those for (Considering that VLAN settings already have that)

 

 

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2022-04-16 17:50:43 - last edited 2022-04-19 09:20:26

There is more to it....

 

I have to Windows 2016 domain controllers with DHCP and DNS.

 

I did not want to use the Omada DHCP settings... I wanted to use windows.

 

that is only possible if you enable the VLAN interface for each switch

 

I leave vlan 1 as the management interface.

 

and enable the other assigning static IP

 

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Re:What is Omada -- Switch --> Config --> VLAN Interface?
2022-02-01 10:51:08

@jwaltrip 

I saw a similar article when I browsed the forum earlier, and I think you can refer to it.

https://community.tp-link.com/en/business/forum/topic/521910

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Re:What is Omada -- Switch --> Config --> VLAN Interface?
2022-04-16 13:33:24

  @jwaltrip Just wondering if you ever figured this out. I can't find anything about this. Why can I toggle on/off VLANs? Does that disable them on the switch? Who knows.

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Re:What is Omada -- Switch --> Config --> VLAN Interface?
2022-04-16 17:00:50 - last edited 2022-04-16 17:01:39

It's just occurred to me what it means - because of the options that each interface allows when you click the pencil next to it.

 

Enabling the interface of a VLAN for the switch means the switch becomes addressable on that VLAN - this is why it forces you to enable the management one, it needs to have the switch addressable via that VLAN so it can manage it.

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2022-04-16 17:50:43 - last edited 2022-04-19 09:20:26

There is more to it....

 

I have to Windows 2016 domain controllers with DHCP and DNS.

 

I did not want to use the Omada DHCP settings... I wanted to use windows.

 

that is only possible if you enable the VLAN interface for each switch

 

I leave vlan 1 as the management interface.

 

and enable the other assigning static IP

 

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