Cannot locate old controller menu

Cannot locate old controller menu

Cannot locate old controller menu
Cannot locate old controller menu
2024-02-04 01:18:46 - last edited 2024-02-04 05:41:07

Before I installed the OC200 and the TLSG2210P I was able to log into the ER605 sofware controller settings and there were way more options. Since I downloaded the Omada App and used it to connect all the new devices, I cannot seem to do very much from the app and I can no longer log into the ER605 sofware controller to mess with the the more advanced settings. Sorry if I sound like an idiot but does anyone know how to access these settings?

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2024-02-04 01:57:35 - last edited 2024-02-04 05:41:07

  @rp3703 

Once the ER605 is adopted you can no longer use stand-alone configuration. Configuration needs to be performed through the OC200.  And, yes you will have fewer options.

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2024-02-04 01:57:35 - last edited 2024-02-04 05:41:07

  @rp3703 

Once the ER605 is adopted you can no longer use stand-alone configuration. Configuration needs to be performed through the OC200.  And, yes you will have fewer options.

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2024-02-04 13:24:14

  @1207  I thought the controller was to allow for more "control" over the system. Can I remove it and run the swithc and AP's in standalone mode?

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2024-02-04 14:03:58

rp3703 wrote

  @1207  I thought the controller was to allow for more "control" over the system. Can I remove it and run the swithc and AP's in standalone mode?

 

Depends on your definition of "control".  Imagine having ten locations with routers, switches, and APs.  The controller would allow you to monitor/control all of the equipment at these locations with one interface, from one physical location.  This comes at the expense of losing some lesser used features that stand-alone allows.

 

Yes, you can forget/remove the devices from the controller and manage them through their stand-alone interface.     

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2024-02-04 14:56:10

  @1207 My system is a pretty small setup for a house. ER605 router, TL-SG2210P Switch, OC200 Controller and a couple of EAP615 AP's. I need to be able to set a time limit for my son's PS5 which is on a LAN as well as an SSID that he knows the password to. Is this possible from the Omada App or do I need to go back to standalone mode?

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