RE315 Cloud Device vs. Local device using Tetherr

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RE315 Cloud Device vs. Local device using Tetherr
RE315 Cloud Device vs. Local device using Tetherr
2021-06-05 13:16:31
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Firmware Version: 1.0.5 Build 210408 Rel.68136n

I have an Archer AX6000 Router with two RE315 Mesh Extenders.  When displayed using Tether, one extender is listed as a Cloud Device while the other RE315 is displayed as a Local Device.  Is this an issue?  Also my AX6000 also displays as a cloud device.  What is the difference between a cloud device and local device?

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Re:RE315 Cloud Device vs. Local device using Tetherr
2021-06-07 22:33:12

@tlh523 

 

Devices listed as a cloud device means there is a TP-Link ID registered for it. The local device likely means there is not a TP-Link ID registered. If you log into the RE315 listed as local

 

If you are logged into the Tether app with your TP-Link cloud ID, the app should prompt to bind the device to your cloud account. Method 2 on this FAQ shows what should show up: https://www.tp-link.com/us/support/faq/1366/

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