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Old June 13th 17, 02:06 PM posted to uk.comp.homebuilt,uk.comp.home-networking,alt.comp.hardware
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In uk.comp.homebuilt Chris Green wrote:
As I said before this is no longer true, even the cheapest TP-Link
Easy Smart switches now have a Web GUI and can be easily configured
from Linux or whatever.


The trouble is, they rev them without changing the model number.
So the TL-SG108E v1 needs the Java app while the TL-SG108E v2 has a web
interface.

This is a pain when buying because typically you don't know what revision
you're getting when you buy online. It just depends how long the stock has
been sitting around.

I have both a v1 and a v2 - it was pot luck when buying the second one
whether I'd get a web interface or not.

Theo
 




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