[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?

[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?
[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?
2019-02-28 20:15:55
Model: Deco P7
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Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps? 

 

I think it could be a good idea.

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Re:[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?
2019-03-01 06:26:59

Hello,

 

This is a good idea, now we don't know the client is connecting to which Deco's network, usually it will connect to the one closest it and with the best signal.

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Re:[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?
2019-03-02 21:38:39 - last edited 2019-03-02 23:18:57

agree the app needs to provide more information on  exactly what the deco's are doing

 

more suggestions

1. support for the LED's on the deco to blink when a device connects or roams between units, support a nofication on devices that have the deco app installed that tells which deco they are connected to and what the SNR is 

 

2. SNR displays for each Deco and there devices (would be really useful for optimising placement ) again could use the top LED for that where faster blinking = better SNR could be app controlled, maby some wifi analzyer type graphs and infomation 

 

3. Indication of which backhaul path is in use (ethernet or wireless)

 

4, ablity to override roaming of devices between noded based on mac address for example if I want to set the laptop to always connect to X deco there should be a in-app option for that 

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Re:Re:[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?
2019-03-07 09:01:17

Wow, that would be great. I will feed back to our R&D department and they will work on it and evaluate the feasibility. 

 

Many thanks for your support and valued suggestion.

 

Have a nice day. 

 

 

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Re:Re:[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?
2019-07-05 07:29:12

yeah, you might want to delete Saulpaulo user as he's clearly a spammer. 

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Re:[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?
2019-07-05 07:30:06

also, TPLink Kevin said in my thread that seeing which device is connected to which node will be a feature in the 'next firmware'  .... so we'll see...

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Re:Re:[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?
2019-07-08 00:59:50

Yup, we have deleted that spam comment; and as we discussed earlier, this feature will be added in next firmware. 

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Re:Re:Re:[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?
2019-07-08 21:47:04

Thanks, any ideas about next firmware release time? 

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Re:Re:Re:Re:[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?
2019-07-09 01:58:43

@Petrinho 

 

Sorry, hard to say now; Please keep an eye on official website for the updates. 

 

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Re:[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?
2019-12-28 16:54:33 - last edited 2020-01-21 19:56:35

@onemoar 
Hi!

However my problem corresponds with Deco M5 family, but anyway, I want to write this:

I'm still waiting to see the feature number 4) [Ablity to override roaming of devices between noded based on mac address for example if I want to set the laptop to always connect to X deco there should be a in-app option for that ].

I really feel lack of it :( Because my BLE Gateway (I don't know why), despite I have turned off the "mesh button" in its setting (only for this device) is sometimes switching between different DECOs, and does not want to connect with DECO which is closest (best signal) for the BLE Gateway ... Maybe sometimes this particular deco goes Offline (I mean loosing connection with the main deco, which is connected through Ethernet to main router) or something ? And then Gateway is connecting with the other DECOs ?

Although I think is a firmware "bug" - because, eventually when the DECO with the best signal for the unit goes back to online, it should take over the device (in this case - BLE gateway), but I'm not sure if this is possible. Whether yes or not, the "feature" which you've mentioned would also resolve this problem. Because like you said, there should be possibility to set reservation between particular deco unit and particular MAC Adress - it would be greatful to see that. 

And I suggest one more thing... The possibility of setting/changing the channels, bandwith etc. This feature also is commonly requested and metioned in a lot of threads. TP Link team - please, do something with our requests! The DECO line is great and simple, but users very often want to personalize their network settings - because different users have different needs and cases of problems.

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Re:[Feature Request] Which deco a device is connected to? How many mbps?
2020-02-22 12:12:42 - last edited 2020-02-25 06:34:11

@Petrinho sir , when u get this answer  login here do tell me  i am having same confusion .

 

thanks

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