Standalone mode is designed for managing EAPs right away without having to spend time configuring a controller. Each EAP is managed separately. This mode is recommended for networks which only have a few EAPs and require only basic functions, such as home network.
Controller mode works together with a software Omada Controller or a hardware Cloud Controller, and is suitable for managing multiple EAPs centrally. Controller mode allows you to configure and automatically synchronize unified wireless settings to all EAPs in the network. Compared to Standalone Mode, more configuration options are available in Controller mode.
You can manage EAPs in Controller mode in two ways: via Local Access or Cloud Access. In Local Access mode, the Omada app can manage EAPs when the Controller and your mobile device are in the same subnet; in Cloud Access mode, the Omada app can access the Controller across the internet so you can manage your EAPs wherever you are.
Controller Mode currently supports software Omada Controller v3.0.2 and hardware Cloud Controller (OC200 V1).
Standalone Mode currently supports the following models (with latest firmware):
EAP245 (EU)/(US) V1
EAP225 (EU)/(US) V3/V2/V1
EAP115 (EU)/(US) V4/V2/V1
EAP110 (EU)/(US) V4/V2/V1
EAP225-Outdoor (EU)/(US) V1
EAP110-Outdoor (EU)/(US) V3/V1
EAP115-Wall (EU) V1
EAP225-Wall (EU) V2
*The latest firmware is required and can be downloaded from www.tp-link.com/omada_compatibility_list.
More devices supported by the app are coming soon!
1. Allows the controller to be added and managed in local access without a WLAN connected;
2.Fixed a bug in the utility that cloud not enter a special suffix url;
3.Fixed a bug of local users manage operator permissions.
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