Ethernet Backhaul - Multiple Switches

This thread has been locked for further replies. You can start a new thread to share your ideas or ask questions.

Ethernet Backhaul - Multiple Switches

This thread has been locked for further replies. You can start a new thread to share your ideas or ask questions.
Ethernet Backhaul - Multiple Switches
Ethernet Backhaul - Multiple Switches
2022-05-09 08:10:34 - last edited 2022-05-09 08:12:27
Model: Deco X20  
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version: 1.1.3 Build 20211103 Rel. 32888

I've just set up a 3-pack X20 Deco network.

 

2 of the Deco units are connected via Ethernet and one Deco is using Wireless back haul.

 

I have plugged in a TL-SG1008D switch to the main Deco. When I plug in a TL-SG1005Dv5 switch to the other wired Deco router, I get intermittent wireless and wired disconnections.

 

Which way should the connection be?

 

WAN Modem -> Main Deco -> TL-SG1008D -> Deco #2 -> TL-SG1005Dv5

 

OR 

 

WAN Modem -> Main Deco -> TL-SG1008D -> TL-SG1005Dv5 -> Deco #2

 

 


 

 

  2      
  2      
#1
Options
1 Reply
Re:Ethernet Backhaul - Multiple Switches
2022-05-09 20:17:09

  @MrBlack 

 

I have both of those configurations at the same time right now in my current network setup. Both should work fine. I'd double check to make sure nothing hanging off any of your switches has a bad IP configuration which may be causing collision in the switch. Speaking of, if you pull out everything but the decos does the intermittent issue go away?

  2  
  2  
#2
Options

Information

Helpful: 2

Views: 523

Replies: 1

Related Articles