switch behind X60

switch behind X60

switch behind X60
switch behind X60
2024-01-22 11:47:38 - last edited 2024-01-24 03:16:53
Model: Deco X60  
Hardware Version: V8
Firmware Version: 1.2.4

Hello i have installed an X60 system direct to the ISP. One port is for the internet connection. On the other port i did place a switch (tp-link) but it is not recognized by the head deco X60.

 

Anybody a solution?

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Re:switch behind X60-Solution
2024-01-22 22:03:37 - last edited 2024-01-24 03:16:53

Hewezu wrote

  @Hewezu the funny thing is that it works on the other 5 units accept the one witch is connected to the internet...

  @Hewezu 

 

Check your Deco mesh settings and make sure IPTV/VLAN is set to Disabled. See How to Configure IPTV function on Deco

 

When IPTV is enabled, the other port on the main deco will be the IPTV port by default for IPTV service. When IPTV is configured, the IPTV service takes effect on the IPTV port. Other wired network clients or switches connected to the IPTV port won’t have internet access.

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Re:switch behind X60
2024-01-22 12:05:42

  @Hewezu simple questions, but have you tried:

 

  1. Swapping the ethernet cables over? Plug the internet cable into other socket and plug the switch into the port the internet was previously in?
  2. Tried different cables for the switch? Could be a dead cable.
  3. Is it a managed switch? If it's unmanaged it won't show up but connected devices will appear as wired in Deco app
  4. Are there other Deco units set up as satellites? Do they show as wireless or are there other wired devices you can test by plugging them directly into the main X60?

 

 

XE75 V1.0 3-pack / Wired backhaul / Router mode / UK
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2024-01-22 12:43:30

  @Wrayman Thanks for youre messaga.

 

- I did use several cable's 

- In total i have 6 units all wireless connected

- I did swap units

- i willchange the switch for a managed version and will test thiss

 

 

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2024-01-22 12:56:51

  @Hewezu the funny thing is that it works on the other 5 units accept the one witch is connected to the internet...

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Re:switch behind X60
2024-01-22 13:37:20

  @Hewezu I'm in the middle of an RMA for my XE75 system because some of the ethernet ports have stopped accepting wired devices or stopped working for backhaul. I suspect there's an issue with them not re-assigning IP addresses properly after a reboot/crash but my home heating controller won't work when plugged into the main Deco either now.

 

If switching the ports around hasn't fixed it I think you'll either have a faulty unit or the Deco system has a bug that needs to be fixed. Sorry I can't be more help but you might get a reply on here from someone at TP-Link if you're lucky!

 

Last thing I can think of is to swap your Deco units around and make one of the satellite units the main one to see if that fixes anything, but I wouldn't bet on it

XE75 V1.0 3-pack / Wired backhaul / Router mode / UK
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Re:switch behind X60-Solution
2024-01-22 22:03:37 - last edited 2024-01-24 03:16:53

Hewezu wrote

  @Hewezu the funny thing is that it works on the other 5 units accept the one witch is connected to the internet...

  @Hewezu 

 

Check your Deco mesh settings and make sure IPTV/VLAN is set to Disabled. See How to Configure IPTV function on Deco

 

When IPTV is enabled, the other port on the main deco will be the IPTV port by default for IPTV service. When IPTV is configured, the IPTV service takes effect on the IPTV port. Other wired network clients or switches connected to the IPTV port won’t have internet access.

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Re:switch behind X60
2024-01-23 08:42:57

  @Alexandre. Thanks, for the connection direct to the ISP i need to activite the iptv setting als i won't get connected.

 

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Re:switch behind X60
2024-01-23 09:08:18
I switched the IPTV port to another deco and now it works, THANKS!
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