How to Backup Settings on Omada Router, Switch and Controller

How to Backup Settings on Omada Router, Switch and Controller

How to Backup Settings on Omada Router, Switch and Controller
How to Backup Settings on Omada Router, Switch and Controller
2024-04-10 03:08:01 - last edited 2024-04-12 03:48:21

The topic was originally posted by Clive_A in How to Backup Settings on Omada Router, Switch and Controller

Background:

 

Guide on how to export the backup for Omada devices.

 

This Article Applies to:

 

All TP-Link Omada devices.

 

Export Backup:

 

1. Omada Router

 

1. Log in to your Omada router.

2. Go to System Tools > Backup & Restore > Backup.

 

 

2. Omada Switch

 

 

1. Log in to your Omada switch.

2. Go to System > System Tools > Backup Config > select your target unit and Export.

 

 

3. Omada Controller

 

1. Go to Omada Controller page.

2. Organization as Global View.

3. Click Settings > Maintenance > Backup.

4. Set Settings Only and Export to Local File. And click Export. The backup .cfg will be exported to the local path.

 

 

Note:

 

1. Controller backup will contain the whole controller settings. You can keep user information in the backup as well.

2. Controller backup, when you are accessing the controller backup from our Omada cloud platform(subdomain: omada-cloud.tplinkcloud.com), your Export to Local File is not available.

 

 

Update Log:

 

Arp 12th, 2024:

Typo fix.

 

Apr 10th, 2024:

Release of this KB.

 

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Re:How to Backup Settings on Omada Router, Switch and Controller
a week ago

  @Clive_A 
Hello,

There is no backup option I can find for the omada software controller.

Cheers...

 

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Re:How to Backup Settings on Omada Router, Switch and Controller
a week ago - last edited a week ago

Hi @banksiaboy 

Thanks for posting in our business forum.

Do you access the controller from the cloud? Then you are limited to some functions. Try this locally.

 

The note has already explained this. If you miss this.

 

If you still cannot find it, paste a screenshot of your page.

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Re:How to Backup Settings on Omada Router, Switch and Controller
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Thanks Clive, I was using a software controller locally. I have gone to using the switch stand-alone. When I have mastered that, I will try the a Omada and controller again. Cheers..
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