Download for T2500G-10TS
- Product Overview
- Switch Overview of Regulatory Compliance(UN)
- T2500G-10TS(TL-SG3210)(UN)_V2_CLI Guide
- T2500G-10TS(TL-SG3210)(UN)_V2_User Guide
- Switches(EU1_13Languages)_Quick Installation Guide
- T2500G-10TS(UN)_V2_CLI Guide
- 802.1X Client Software_User Guide
- Wall Mountable Switches_Wall Mounting Guide
- Jetstream L2 Managed Switch(UN)_Installation Guide
|Published Date: 2017-09-05||Language: English||File Size: 5.5MB|
Operating System: Win2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
|Published Date: 2019-03-13||Language: English||File Size: 3.10 MB|
Operating System: Win2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
For TP-LINK switches with USB Console port
- How to access TP-Link JetStream Managed Switch via the Console port
- How to build up a multi-nets network via Multi-Nets NAT feature on TP-Link router with L2+/L3 switches
- How to configure Voice VLAN to optimize the transmission of voice traffic on TP-Link Smart and Managed Switches using the new GUI
- How to configure STP/RSTP on L2 Managed switches using the new GUI
- How to configure MSTP on L2 Managed switches using the new GUI
- How to configure 802.1Q VLAN for LAG ports on Smart and Managed switches using the new GUI
- How to achieve AAA Authentication through TACACS + server on the switch
- Troubleshooting Instruction of TP-Link switch’s SFP port
- What should I do if I cannot access the web management page of my TP-Link switch?
- The difference between the Voice VLAN feature and Auto VOIP feature
- How to configure OpenSSH 7.0(and above) to login smart and managed switches?
A firmware update can resolve issues that the previous firmware version may have and improve its current performance.
IMPORTANT: To prevent upgrade failures, please read the following before proceeding with the upgrade process
- Please upgrade firmware from the local TP-Link official website of the purchase location for your TP-Link device, otherwise it will be against the warranty. Please click here to change site if necessary.
- Please verify the hardware version of your device for the firmware version. Wrong firmware upgrade may damage your device and void the warranty. (Normally Vx.0=Vx.6/Vx.8 (eg:V1.0=V1.6/V1.8); Vx.x0=Vx.x6/Vx.x8 (eg:V1.20=V1.26/V1.28)
How to find the hardware version on a TP-Link device
- Do NOT turn off the power during the upgrade process, as it may cause permanent damage to the product.
- To avoid wireless disconnect issue during firmware upgrade process, it's recommended to upload firmware with wired connection unless there is no LAN/Ethernet port on your TP-Link device.
- It's recommended that users stop all Internet applications on the computer, or simply disconnect Internet line from the device before the upgrade.
- Use decompression software such as WinZIP or WinRAR to extract the file you download before the upgrade.
|Published Date: 2020-03-27||Language: English||File Size: 9.65 MB|
Modifications and Bug Fixes:
|Published Date: 2019-12-31||Language: English||File Size: 9.65 MB|
To Use Third Party Firmware In TP-Link Products
Some official firmware of TP-Link products can be replaced by the third party firmware such as DD-WRT. TP-Link is not obligated to provide any maintenance or support for it, 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.
Open Source Code For Programmers (GPL)
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You can review, print and download the respective GPL licence terms here. You receive the GPL source codes of the respective software used in TP-Link products for direct download and further information, including a list of TP-Link software that contain GPL software code under GPL Code Center.
The respective programs are distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the respective GNU General Public License for more details.
- Supported Public MIBs for TP-Link Switches
- Q&A_Selecting Mounting Brackets
- Q&A_Ethernet Switching
- Q&A_Interface and Device Management
- Q&A_Basic Configuration
Feature Configuration Guide
- Conguring SNMP & RMON
- Key Points of Managing the Switch via SNMP
- Configuration Guide for Accessing the Switch Securely
- Configuring L2PT
- Accessing the Switch
- Configuring Layer 2 Multicast
- Configuring System Logs
- Configuring DLDP
- Configuring Port Security
- Configuring DoS Defend
- Configuring IPv6 IMPB
- Configuring IPv4 IMPB
- Configuring DHCP Filter
- Configuring ACL
- Configuring AAA
- Configuring 802.1x
- Configuring VLAN VPN
- Configuring Spanning Tree
- Configuring Protocol VLAN
- Configuring MAC VLAN
- Configuring GVRP
- Mirroring Traffic
- Monitoring Traffic
- Monitoring the System
- Managing Physical Interface
- Configuring MAC Address
- Configuring LAG
- Configuring DHCP T1500&T1500G
- Configuring DDM
- Diagnosing the Device & Network
- Configuring LLDP
- Configuring 802.1Q VLAN
- Configuring SNMP & RMON
- Configuring QoS_T1500&T1500G&T1600G
- Lightning Protection Guide