no real-time display, empty promises :(

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no real-time display, empty promises :(
no real-time display, empty promises :(
2022-07-15 06:31:54

Hello,
 

On the Omada website, an "Easy and Intelligent Network Monitorin" is promised.

That was probably one of the main reasons why I switched my existing LAN to Omada SDN.
There is writting from "real-time network status" and "network usage and traffic", but Omada SDN can do NOTHING from this sad


 

Or can anyone tell me where I can see any real-time stats, or where can i see any usage per User, or, or, or,....
Absolutely empty promises sad no

 

 

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2022-07-15 07:42:05 - last edited 2022-07-15 07:57:50

  @lukass2000 

 

here is a simulator you can play with and you will find out.

 

https://emulator.tp-link.com/EmulatorV5.1/index.html

 

But real time off user i do not think you find, this is more network overview of everything.

but logging in detail do you not find. only fancy graph and statestics, :-) for network and device.

 

So controller do pretty much what promised this time.

 

But I agree with you, I usually work with Cisco and there is real time logging of everything and this is very useful in troubleshooting.

but Tp-Link have more historical / nearly real time logging in fancy graph and so on, not very useful when troubleshoot on a VPN problem e.g :-)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2022-07-23 14:01:57

But none of that has anything to do for me with real-time status.

 

I don't even have the opportunity to see which client is currently using which bandwidth, so that i could quickly see whether perhaps any client is using the entire bandwidth, and therefore perhaps the Internet is on strike ;)

 

That would be a basic SDN stuff for me :)

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2022-07-23 19:46:38 - last edited 2022-10-13 11:03:22

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