How to assign Static IP addresses for Omada Devices with Omada SDN Controller

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Updated 06-24-2022 09:47:06 AM 11440
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In this article, we will share how to assign static IP addresses to Omada devices (EAPs, Jetstream Switches) with Omada SDN Controller.

Omada Devices will obtain IP addresses from the DHCP server, which is usually provided by the router. Once a static IP address is assigned, the Omada Device will always use the static IP address and will no longer request an IP address from the DHCP server.

If you wish, you can also use the Jetstream Switch as the DHCP server, but never enable DHCP servers on both the switch and the router in the same network.

For Jetstream Switches Managed by Controller

Go to Devices--->Click your Switch--->Config--->VLAN Interface, click Edit button of the Management VLAN interface (LAN, by default), set Static as the IP Address Mode, and then assign the static IP address.

For Omada EAPs

Go to Devices--->Click your Switch--->Config--->IP settings, select Static as the Mode, then assign the static IP addresses.

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