TP-link router and TP-link switch not 'talking' to each other

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TP-link router and TP-link switch not 'talking' to each other
TP-link router and TP-link switch not 'talking' to each other
2021-12-05 12:35:32 - last edited 2021-12-06 10:33:13
Model: Archer AX50  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.0.11 build 20210730 rel54485(4555)

Hi,

 

I'm not sure if this is related to TP-link, but since it started when I replaced my old router for the Archer AX50 router I thought of asking here.

 

The situation: From my fiber modem I connect to the AX50 on the WAN port. From there one of the ports is connected to my TP-Link TL-SG1016DE - Switch. The switch is in my study on the first floor.  

The router is getting an IP-address from my ISP and I can connect (wirelessly) to it.  However I can't connect to m upstairs devices. They do, however, have an IP-address from my DHCP pool. Devices connected wirelessly are all accessible, but not all the wired one.

From my upstairs office I can reach the router and the internet, but from the living-room I can't connect to devices on the switch 

 

I hope I made it a bit clea  what my problem is, as I can't make it any clearer.

 

in a short diagram:

 

{} fiber-modem

 |

Acher AX50 *gives DHCP

| Domoticz  | brdige | PLEX          | 

                                                     SWITCH

                                                                                                                              | iMac | Priner | MotionEYE | Webserver | NAS

 

Wireless there is also some devices, such as Pi-hole, several Google Home speakers and such. I made sure that pihole isn't also giving DHCP. I also checked the cables between router and switch. 

 

 

 

 

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2021-12-06 07:33:23 - last edited 2021-12-06 10:33:13

@EdwinK 

 

Hello, already did.

EdwinK wrote

@EdwinK I see that this is in the wrong part of the forum. Can it please be moved to the correct part.

 

Do you mean the IP address on the device that is connected to the SG1016DE is in the same IP subnet that connects to the AX50 Wi-Fi? Are all 192.168.0.x? Be sure that there are no special settings on the SG1016DE, such as VLAN or any other special.

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2021-12-05 15:15:38 - last edited 2021-12-06 00:58:41

@EdwinK I see that this is in the wrong part of the forum. Can it please be moved to the correct part.

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2021-12-06 07:33:23 - last edited 2021-12-06 10:33:13

@EdwinK 

 

Hello, already did.

EdwinK wrote

@EdwinK I see that this is in the wrong part of the forum. Can it please be moved to the correct part.

 

Do you mean the IP address on the device that is connected to the SG1016DE is in the same IP subnet that connects to the AX50 Wi-Fi? Are all 192.168.0.x? Be sure that there are no special settings on the SG1016DE, such as VLAN or any other special.

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2021-12-06 08:53:14 - last edited 2021-12-06 10:11:39

@EdwinK Yes, all are in the 192.168.0.* range. looking into the switch settings again. 

All VLAN are set to  disabeled now. t192

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2021-12-06 10:32:32
And it seems back to be in working order. Besides the VLAN I had the IP-address as static. Switched it to DHCO, rebooted and I can now 'see' the switch in the routers DHCP list with the reserrved address.
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2021-12-06 10:50:17

@EdwinK 

Good job.yes

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2021-12-06 11:11:14
Actually, it isn't working completely. Some devices are responding now, but others are not., so still a little work for me to figure out
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Re:TP-link router and TP-link switch not 'talking' to each other
2021-12-13 09:10:35

Now I think it might have to do with some Raspberry devices, as they all do show up in the HCP list, but aren't accessible. 

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