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Omada’s Software Defined Networking (SDN) platform integrates network devices, including access points, switches and gateways, providing 100% centralized cloud management. Omada creates a highly scalable network—all controlled from a single interface. Seamless wireless and wired connections are provided, ideal for use in hospitality, education, retail, offices, and more.
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A firmware update can resolve issues that the previous firmware version may have and improve its current performance.
IMPORTANT: To prevent upgrade failures, please read the following before proceeding with the upgrade process
Built-in Omada SDN controller v4.2.11.
If you are planning to upgrade from the old controller(v3.2.10 or below) to this version, please read the Omada Controller Upgrade Guide in the installation package before upgrading the controller.
Supported device models and firmware:
EAP110_V4 3.20.0 Build 20200525 Rel. 36899 and above
EAP115_V4 3.20.0 Build 20200525 Rel.36931 and above
EAP225_V3 2.20.0 Build 20200422 Rel. 70513 and above
EAP245_V3 2.20.0 Build 20200423 Rel. 36779 and above
EAP115-Wall_V1 1.20.0 Build 20200509 Rel. 63986 and above
EAP225-Wall_V2 1.20.0 Build 20200422 Rel. 70504 and above
EAP110-Outdoor_V3 3.20.0 Build 20200511 Rel. 33388 and above
EAP225-Outdoor_V1 1.20.0 Build 20200422 Rel. 70543 and above
EAP265 HD_V1, EAP230-Wall_V1, EAP235-Wall_V1, EAP660 HD_V1, EAP620 HD_V1
TL_SG3428MP_V1, TL_SG3428_V1, TL-SG2210MP_V1, TL-SG2210P_V3.20, TL-SG2428P_V1, TL-SG2008P_V1, TL-SG2008_V3, TL-SG3428X_V1, TL_SG3428XMP_V1, TL-SG3210XHP-M2_V1, TL-SG3452P_V1, TL-SG3452_V1, TL-SG3428MP_V1, TL-SG3210_V3, TL-SG2218_V1, TL-SL2428P_V4.2
1. Fixed the bug that we may not be able to export the XLSX file in Settings->Services->Export Data.
2. Fixed the bug that the OC200 may get an “Invalid Controller” error in the Cloud Access function if the OC200 didn’t connect to the Internet during the Quick Setup.
3. Fixed the bug that the IPSec and L2TP over IPSec VPN cannot be set on the same WAN port at the same time.
4. Fixed the bug that the speedtest in the dashboard may display general error and internet Capacity and Gateway are still displayed as N/A.
5. Fixed the bug that we may not be able to re-adopt the Mesh AP if we failed to adopt it with the wrong password for the first time.
6. Fixed the bug that the wireless client will be displayed as a wired client (LAN) on the controller.
7. Fixed the bug that the controller's band steering range is inconsistent with the actual supported range of EAP, resulting in the configuration not taking effect.
8. Fixed the bug that the wired clients that have passed portal authentication may display 0 traffic data in the Authorized Clients list.
9. Fixed the bug that the wired clients that have passed portal authentication may have lower traffic statistics.
10. Fixed the bug that the Controller may show a general error if we forget an EAP and then delete an SSID.
11. Fixed the bug that the wired clients that have passed RADIUS portal authentication may have higher RADIUS accounting traffic statistics.
1. For OC200 (UN) V1 Only.
2. Omada SDN Controller can configure and manage only certain devices with supported firmware. You need to make sure your device is compatible with Omada SDN Controller.
3. If you are using Omada Controller and plan to upgrade to this version, please follow the procedure of the Omada Controller Upgrade Guide.
4. Once upgraded to this version of Omada Controller, you will be NOT able to downgrade to version 3.2.10 or below.
5. This version of the controller is applied to the Omada APP of version 3.0.X or above.
Bundle Omada Controller 3.2.14.
EAP110_V1, EAP110_V2 EAP110_V4
EAP115_V1, EAP115_V2 EAP115_V4
EAP225_V1, EAP225_V2 EAP225_V3
EAP115-Wall_V1 (EAP115-Wall is suitable for EU version only)
1. Fixed the XSS attack vulnerability
1. For OC200 (UN) v1.0 only.
2. To use Omada Controller 3.2.X new features, you need to upgrade your EAP's firmware to the corresponding version.
3. Once upgraded to this version of Omada Controller, you will NOT able to downgrade to an earlier version.
Built-in Omada SDN controller v4.2.8.
TL-SG3428MP_V1, TL-SG3428_V1, TL-SG2210MP_V1, TL-SG2210P_V3.20, TL-SG2428P_V1, TL-SG2008P_V1, TL-SG2008_V3, TL-SG3428X_V1, TL-SG3428XMP_V1, TL-SG3210XHP-M2_V1
1. Support to manage TL-SL2428P (UN) 4.20.
2. Optimize the protocol for the device reporting information of rate/duplex capability.
3. Optimize the password retrieval mechanism. If multiple local accounts are bound to one mailbox, you can choose which account to reset the password.
4. Add the batch cancelling of devices migration in the migration function.
5. Vulnerability optimization
1. Fixed the bug that the device will move to the upper left corner when you visit again if the device location is locked in the MAP.
2. Fixed the bug that uplink signal strength of Mesh EAP is not displayed accurately on the devices private configuration page.
3. Fixed the bug that the user without device permission may display that it still has permission in the account settings.
4. Fixed the bug that the function of Log Server/Alert Email may not take effect after restoring the backup file of Controller.
5. Fixed the bug that you may unsuccessfully import the local user account in the Hotspot Manager.
6. Fixed the bug that the “Last Seen” time in the private configuration page of the switch is the last uptime (not the last disconnected time) after the switch disconnects from Omada Controller.
7. Fixed the bug that the expiration time of Facebook authentication in “->authorized clients” is inconsistent with the actual expiration time.
8. Fixed the bug that the Controller may generate lots of roaming logs if clients leave from one EAP to another EAP implicitly since clients still send auth frame to the previous EAP.
3. If you are using Omada Controller and plan to upgrade to this version, please follow the procedure of Omada Controller Upgrade Guide.
5. This version of the controller is applied to Omada APP of version 3.0.X or above.
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The EAP Discovery Tool can help the EAP Controller to adopt the EAP in L3 Network, and you can also use the EAP Discovery Tool to find the EAP’s IP address.
1. Support to discover the gateway and switch that support Omada SDN platform.
2. Add timeout mechanism during adopting the devices.
1. This version of software can be used in both Windows and Mac operation system.
2. Double click the software or run the command “java –jar **.jar” to run the software on MacOS (**.jar is the name of this software).
3. To run this software, you need to install JRE 8.0 on your PC first.
4. Omada Controller and Discover Utility cannot run on the same computer at the same time.
1. Fully adapted to Omada SDN Controller v4.1.4.
2. Support to discover the gateway and switch that support Omada SDN platform.
1. Fixed the bug that the Discovery Utility may fail to find EAPs.
2. Fixed the bug that the Cancel button may overlap with the display box after managing APs.
1. Fixed the bug that when the Discovery Utility issues Controller_IP to EAPs which are in factory status, Controller cannot batch manage the EAPs.
2. Fixed the bug that sometimes the Discovery Utility cannot find all EAPs when running in MacOS.
2. Double click the software or run the command “java –jar **.jar” to run the software on MacOS(**.jar is the name of this software).
3. To run this software, you need to install JRE 8.0 on your PC.
1. Change name to "Omada Discovery Utility".
2. Update background picture during installation.
3. Limit the maximum length of controller hostname to 79.
Fix the bug that searching in the search box will cause the software to hang.
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.7/10.8/10.9/10.10/10.11.
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