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This is an unmanaged switch. Meaning it doesn't have a way to configure the switch. As configuration is needed to implement VLAN tagging (how else are you going to assign VLANs to ports?) it can't do VLAN. The switch has to be managed. Any modern managed switch is able to do it. (I have encountered hundreds of different make/models/types of switches and I ...


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The problem was with TP-link and their failure to display a correct list of firmware as I needed a firmware update. However, TP-link had the firmware linked on .com.au website and .com website. The .com.au was missing a page update listing two more versions when compared to the .com web page. Other than the missing updates, the page design was the same. ...


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Just ran into a similar problem - SG2210 + 1043ND. Client connected directly to router could ping internet/lan, but the switch was unreachable, also connecting clients to the switch resulted in loss of connection to DHCP server (router). Even setting the switch's admin IP to the same subnet didn't help. After installing the latest firmware everything looks ...


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Unfortunately, your Powered Device (PD; the device receiving PoE, in this case your TP-LINK TL-WR743ND AP) doesn't seem to support standard IEEE 802.3af PoE, it supports a nonstandard scheme called "Passive PoE". The nonstandard "Passive PoE" assumes only a 100Mbit/sec connection, so only two twisted pairs of conductors in the cable are used for data, and ...


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After my experience this is caused by a loopback in the network. This is not necessarily because of the switch, but can be caused by a bad cable or a bad device plugged into the switch. This is an unmanaged switch that means you can not configure it. It will learn the ip/mac addresses on the network by itself. The loops in the network are most often caused ...


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There must be a network congestion or cable looping issue on your work. To find this, remove all network cables from the switch, and put one by one. Then find on each computer, is there any weird behavior, slowness etc. Also check with a spare switch, the same issue happens in a network, there must be problem in system's side NIC also. This is L2 level ...



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