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Forums/ Business Wi-Fi
2018-06-25 04:23:19
Re:Omada controller avoid broadcasting as IPs are fix and known
R1D2 wrote Ah, I see. Solution is to run OpenVPN in client-to-client mode and make sure to bridge the interfaces (no routing!). Additionally you might want to use TCP mode rather than UDP for the...
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Forums/ Business Wi-Fi
2018-06-04 13:51:49
Re:Omada controller avoid broadcasting as IPs are fix and known
R1D2 wrote Just the IP address. Perfect, thank you! I don't know the type of VPN you use, but if it connects two physical parts of the same network, each device should be reachable by every other...
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Forums/ Business Wi-Fi
2018-06-04 03:25:41
Re:Omada controller avoid broadcasting as IPs are fix and known
R1D2 wrote Yes, that should work, too. Discovery just stores the IP of the Controller into the EAP's flash memory. So I need a stable power solution... :) Great! Thank you! Is the MAC address is also...
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Forums/ Business Wi-Fi
2018-06-04 02:51:13
Re:Omada controller avoid broadcasting as IPs are fix and known
R1D2 wrote That's correct, the EAP Discovery Utility uses broadcasts as well and therefore has to run (once! for discovery only!) inside the network where the EAPs are located. But the Controller can...
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Forums/ Business Wi-Fi
2018-06-04 00:21:40
Re:Omada controller avoid broadcasting as IPs are fix and known
EAP Discovery utility uses broadcast as well, so it does not see the EAPs as well. My Omade Controller has seen the devices once when I was connected directly, so they are on the disconnected list,...
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Forums/ Business Wi-Fi
2018-06-03 15:12:25
Omada controller avoid broadcasting as IPs are fix and known
Model : EAP 224 AC1350 + Omada Controller v2.6.0 (windows) Hardware Version : v3.0 Firmware Version : 2.2.0 ISP : I have a remote network with several eap225s and everything set up correctly and work...
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