Guide to Installing Omada Software Controller on Raspi OS

Guide to Installing Omada Software Controller on Raspi OS
Guide to Installing Omada Software Controller on Raspi OS
2022-05-22 09:08:24 - last edited 2022-05-22 09:10:04
Hardware Version: V5
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I gave up on trying to post, from X links ended up removing all links and changing fonts of text with urls, but this forum software can't be probably more user unfriendly than it is, administrators are that incapable to offer proper communication capabilities of this forum due to the fact that their forum is spammed and in protection they have came up with silly ideas of blocking specific word, blocking all urls if they are not from this forum (lately I could not even reply with link to a post on current forum). Administrators force people to decentralize the information from community as one does indeed have possibilities to actually store the info somewhere else, I guess Admins are proud in doing great work in preventing community from communication, all would be good if at least those restrictions would have any effect, but no, forum is still spammed daily and as addition your users can't post. This was my first and last guide on this forum, you can see last edited version in preview where it is ugly to have so many full links etc ... but yeah, great work Admin, you are the best :)

 

who is interested in guide, check attached PDF or visit github.com/omada-dev/omada-sdn

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Re:Guide to Installing Omada Software Controller on Raspi OS
2022-05-22 15:04:45 - last edited 2022-05-22 15:05:50

there is already guide how to install by downloading mongodb and java packages. There is quicker way by adding debian-security stretch/updates main to sources. If one wants latest available packages, then sid sources can be added and whole system upgraded, be aware that sid is unstable and is considered as experimental. mongodb still has to be downloaded and installed manually.

 

Quick and dirty, bellow would be two one liners which install Omada on debian bullseye (tested on Raspi OS Lite arm64) using stretch's or using sid's sources for jre/jdk, but hey, this forums administration make it impossible to create proper instructions, here is gist for sid and stretch method.

 

This is how it looks like when it is installed and Omada Controller is running:

 

Install Omada Controller succeeded!

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current data is empty

Omada Controller will start up with system boot. You can also control it by [/us

r/bin/tpeap].

check omada

Starting Omada Controller. Please wait..........................................

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Started successfully.

You can visit http://localhost:8088 on this host to manage the wireless network.

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