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Does my device support the Omada app?

Follow the steps below to make sure the Omada app is supported on your Omada device.

1. Find out firmware version of your Omada device.

Follow the steps below to find the firmware version of your device ( Click here to know how to find the hardware versions) :

  • STEP1

    Power on the EAP and connect to the SSID of the EAP wirelessly.

    Tips: If your EAP is a brand new EAP, use the default SSID (format: TP-Link_2.4GHz/5GHz_XXXXXX) printed on the product label.

  • STEP2

    Launch a web browser and enter http://tplinkeap.net in the address bar.

  • STEP3

    Enter the username and password of your EAP to log in.

    Note: If your EAP is a brand new EAP, use the default username and password that are both admin.

  • STEP4

    Go to the Monitoring > AP > Device Information page. You can view the Firmware Version as the following figure shows. The Build number indicates the released date, for example, 20180411 means the released date is April 11th, 2018.

2. Check compatibility

View the compatible devices list below to check if your device is compatible with Omada app. Please click the device image and check if you have the latest firmware. If not, download the latest firmware and follow the instructions in Step 3 to upgrade it.

Note 1: Both listed and higher hardware versions of these models are compatible with Omada APP.

Note 2: All the access points listed below are compatible with Omada App in both controller and standalone modes. While all the switches and routers listed below are compatible with Omada App only in controller mode.

*EAP245 V1, EAP225 V2/ V1, EAP115 V2/ V1, EAP110 V2/ V1, and EAP110-Outdoor V1 are also compatible with Omada App in standalone mode.

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Access Points (Compatible in Controller and Standalone Modes)

Access Points (Compatible in Controller and Standalone Modes)

  • EAP620 HD V1

    EAP620 HD V1

    AX1800 Wireless Dual Band Ceiling Mount Access Point

  • EAP660 HD V1

    EAP660 HD V1

    AX3600 Wireless Dual Band Multi-Gigabit Ceiling Mount Access Point

  • EAP265 HD V1

    EAP265 HD V1

    AC1750 Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit Ceiling Mount Access Point

  • EAP245 V3

    EAP245 V3*

    AC1750 Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit Ceiling Mount Access Point

  • EAP225 V3

    EAP225 V3*

    AC1350 Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit Ceiling Mount Access Point

  • EAP115 V4

    EAP115 V4*

    300Mbps Wireless N Ceiling Mount Access Point

  • EAP235-Wall V1

    EAP235-Wall V1

    Omada AC1200 Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit Wall Plate Access Point

  • EAP225-Outdoor V1

    EAP225-Outdoor V1

    AC1200 Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit Indoor/Outdoor Access Point

  • EAP225-Wall V2

    EAP225-Wall V2

    Omada AC1200 Wireless MU-MIMO Wall-Plate Access Point

  • EAP115-Wall V1

    EAP115-Wall V1

    300Mbps Wireless N Wall-Plate Access Point

  • EAP110 V4

    EAP110 V4*

    300Mbps Wireless N Ceiling Mount Access Point

  • EAP110-Outdoor V3

    EAP110-Outdoor V3*

    300Mbps Wireless N Outdoor Access Point

แสดงทั้งหมด 12 Access Points (Compatible in Controller and Standalone Modes)

3. Upgrade the firmware of your Omada device.

Follow the steps below to upgrade the firmware of your device:

  • STEP1

    Power on the EAP and connect to the SSID of the EAP wirelessly.

    Tips: If your EAP is a brand new EAP, use the default SSID (format: TP-Link_2.4GHz/5GHz_XXXXXX) printed on the product label.

  • STEP2

    Launch a web browser and enter http://tplinkeap.net in the address bar.

  • STEP3

    Enter the username and password of your EAP to log in.

    Note: If your EAP is a brand new EAP, use the default username and password that are both admin.

  • STEP4

    Go to the System > Firmware Update page. Click the button, locate and choose the correct firmware file from your host. Then click the button to update the firmware of the EAP. After upgraded, the EAP will be rebooted automatically.

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