FAQs

  1. [1160] What is the Console Cable and the line sequence of it?
  2. [1126] How to Configure the Default Gateway in the T Series Switches
  3. [1125] How to configure IGMP Snooping for IPTV network using L2 switch?
  4. [1057] How to Upgrade Firmware of a Switch via the Bootutil Menu
  5. [1030] Why the Firmware Version Does Not Change after Upgrading in T Series Switches?
  6. [1011] How to Block Unknown Devices to Access the Switch by Using IP Source Guard
  7. [0992] How to configure MAC ACL on Smart/Managed switch?
  8. [0991] How to configure LACP on our Smart/ Managed Switch?
  9. [0956] How to change the IP address of TP-LINK Switch using Web GUI and CLI?
  10. [0951] How to Block an illegal client with Certain IP address from getting access to the network using TP-LINK Managed Switches
  11. [0942] How to configure RSTP on TP-LINK switches?
  12. [0941] How to configure VLAN VPN/TAG IN TAG/QinQ/ on TP-LINK L2/L3 Managed Switches?
  13. [0940] How to configure Getting Time from NTP Server on TP-LINK Smart & Managed Switch?
  14. [0887] How to build up a multi-nets network using the Multi-nets NAT feature on TP-LINK router with a L3 switch?
  15. [0787] How to build up an 802.1X access authentication system using TP-LINK switch?
  16. [0697] How to test the Jumbo Frame pass-through feature on TP-LINK switches?
  17. [0654] How to limit the port rate of the incoming traffic via ACL function?
  18. [0525] How to Configure Port Isolation Function on Our Layer 2 Manage switches through Web Browser?
  19. [0402] How to configure Extended IP ACL
  20. [0379] How to restore JetStream(TM) series switches to factory default
  21. [0328] How to configure 802.1Q tag VLAN on L2 Managed Switches
  22. [0291] How to access L2 managed switch via console port?

Firmware

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  • Please verify the hardware version of your device for the firmware version. Wrong firmware upgrade may damage your device and void the warranty. (Normally V1.x=V1)
  • Do NOT turn off the power during upgrade.
  • Do NOT upgrade the firmware through wireless connection unless the device only has wireless connection;
  • It's recommended that users stop all Internet applications on the computer, or simply disconnect Internet line from the device before upgrade.
  • Use decompression software such as WinZIP or WinRAR to extract the file you download before upgrade.
28/12/15
Language
English
File Size
5.36 MB
Modifications and Bug Fixes
New Features/Enhancement:
Added Serial Number under system summary.
Bug Fixed:
1.Fix the bug that SSH session caused failure in starting the system.
2.Fix the bug that disable command did not work in CLI privilege mode.
3.Fix the bug that ACL uploading failure when powered off.
4.Fix the bug that when deleting static binding entries, only the first entry be deleted.
Notes
1.For T2700G-28TQ_V1                                    
2. Your device’s configuration won't be lost after upgrading,which means you needn't to configure your device again after upgrading
08/04/15
Language
English
File Size
121 KB
Notes

For T2700G-28TQ_V1_150408

08/04/15
Language
English
File Size
5.37 MB
Modifications and Bug Fixes

First firmware released.

Notes

For T2700G-28TQ_V1

Some official firmware of TP-LINK products can be replaced by the third party firmware such as DD-WRT. TP-LINK does not provide technical support and does not guarantee the performance and stability of third party firmware. Damage to the product as a result of using third party firmware will void the product's warranty.

802.1X Client

25/03/16
Language
English
File Size
5.5 MB
Operating System
Win2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/8/8.1/10