controller oc200

controller oc200

controller oc200
controller oc200
2022-09-13 16:46:34
Model: AC500  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 5.4.7

hi, I have an omada system consisting of an oc200 controller, 7 eap245 and 2 TL SG1008mp switches
so connected:
modem -> direct cable on switch -----> eap245 and oc200 controller
all working, I was wondering how to set a static ip, sub mask and gateway on the controller?

 

thanks

 

oc200:

Controller Name:   Omada Controller_5FF2B1

MAC Address:    B0-**-**-**-E2-0A

System Time:    Jul 18, 202203:10:28 pm

Uptime:    3day(s) 6h 51m 34s

Controller Version:   5.4.7

Model:      OC200 1.0

Firmware Version:     1.18.3 Build 20220715 Rel.56221

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EAP245     v. 5.0.6

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switch poe  TL SG1008mp

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Re:controller oc200
2022-09-13 17:00:21

  @Edoardo.a. 

 

Hi, here is how you do what you asked (ie Settings->Controller), but I'd advise against this approach:

 

 

Instead I suggest you create a Reserved IP on your router for the OC200 so it is always provisioned with the same IP via DHCP.

 

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Re:controller oc200
2022-09-13 17:17:41

  @Edoardo.a. 

 

Hello,
thanks, I tried this but it doesn't work.
however it does not have internet access (modem), furthermore the eap245s are not updated.
thanks

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Re:controller oc200
2022-09-13 18:09:13

  @Edoardo.a. 

 

Hello,
I correct myself, she worked.
surely in the previous tests I was wrong something.

just now how do i connect the eap245?
gives me this screen:

 

 

 

last question: I can't receive the confirmation email for cloud activation, what should I do?
thank you

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Re:controller oc200
2022-09-13 19:24:55

  @Edoardo.a. 

 

Try factory resetting one of the APs and re-adopting it from scratch.

 

If that doesn't work, check the Devices tab on your OC200 web interface, and forget all the AP devices you find there (previously adopted)...then re-adopt.

 

Since you're using a 3rd party router to hand out IP's you need to make sure you only define IP's in the 192.168.1.x/24 subnet on your controller.  Do not enable VLANs.

 

For the best possible solution, it would be ideal if you could add an ER605 and some managed switches (ie SG2xxx or SG3xxx not the SG1xxx)...because right now, you have no control over subnets or VLANs with the OC200.  Really the only benefit you would get is seamless roaming support.

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Re:controller oc200
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  @d0ugmac1 

Hello,
I apologize for the delay, however I managed to solve starting from the beginning, resetting everything.
new modem router everything is rebooted.
thanks, 

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