Since this product is advertised on Tp-link, this model is currently being manufactured.
Advertised Speed of 5Ghz band¶
Theoretical 802.11ac speed on 5Ghz band (using 80Mhz channel, 256-QAM, 400 ns GI):
- 2 spatial streams x 433.3 mbps/stream = 866.6 mbps
This is classified as a “Low-Performer” 802.11ac wifi system. If higher performance is needed, consider upgrading to a “Top-Performer”. Read: What’s the fastest 802.11ac (wifi5) wifi system possible?
- WPA2-Personal (128-bit encryption)
- WPA2-Enterprise (128-bit encryption)
- This Access Point is managed by the “Omada Controller”.
- Omada Controller Changelog
Does this support automatic firmware updates? To find out. If you have this model, and are running the latest firmware, contact us.
Download the latest firmware from tp-link.com
V1_1.4.1 Build 20181107 (2018-12-11)¶
- Fixed the bug that when we change the IP in standalone mode, the portal authentication page may not pop up successfully.
- Fixed the bug that the wireless clients may not be redirected to portal authentication page by surfing HTTPS website if we enable Management VLAN function.
- Fixed the bug that we may fail to change the configuration of portal function in standalone mode, if we uncheck Term of Use function in portal configuration page.
V1_1.4.0 Build 20180913 (2018-10-08)¶
- Add Band Steering/LED Locate/Client rate limit/SSID rate limit Function in Standalone mode.
- The SSID isolation function is promoted to the Guest Network Function. Wireless Clients connected with Guest SSID can’t communicate with each other and the local network.
- UI optimization.
- Change the HTTP port of Portal authentication page from 80 to 22080 in standalone mode.
- Omada EAP still broadcast SSID after entering the isolated state in the factory state.
- Fixed the bug that HTTPS redirection of Portal authentication page will be inoperative when Omada Controller and Omada EAP belong to different subnet.
- Fixed the bug that HTTPS redirection of Portal authentication page will be inoperative when the IP address of Omada EAP and wireless clients belong to different subnet.
- Fixed the bug that rate limit function of Portal may not take effect sometimes.
- Fixed the bug that clicking Save button of Mac Filter Association function under Firefox browser will come up “The connection was reset” error.
V1_1.3.0 Build 180614 (2018-07-24)¶
- Add support for Mesh networking which allows you to deploy EAP wirelessly.
- Add support for Fast Roaming (802.11k/v) which can improve user experience when roaming between the EAPs.
- For EAP225-Outdoor_v1 only.
- Mesh networking can only be used after the EAP is managed by Omada Controller 2.7.0 or higher version.
- Mesh networking can only be used after upgraded your EAP to this or later firmware.
- Fast Roaming requires that wireless clients support 802.11k/v to take effect.
- If you managed EAP by Omada Controller, you can’t manage this EAP by Web management page, unless you have reset the EAP.
- Your device’s configuration won’t be lost after upgrading.
V1_1.2.0 Build 180411 (2018-04-20)¶
- Support Omada APP management method.
- Management mechanism changing: In standalone mode, only one user is allowed to login the management page of the EAP at the same time.
- Changed the selecting range of auto channel of 2.4G radio to non-overlapping channel 1/6/11.
- Optimized Rouge AP detection process.