3 Ways To Easily Create and Manage a Scalable Business Wi-Fi Network

September 24, 2018 Ingram Micro

With the rise of the digital age when people are attached to their phones and require instant and constant access to information, it’s more important than ever for businesses to have a good Wi-Fi Network. As a business owner, you undoubtedly have an endless list of responsibilities so setting up and managing a Wi-Fi network may seem like a daunting task. With Omada’s EAP Controller Software and Cloud Controller, it’s easier than you think.

An ideal solution for any high-traffic environment – such as campuses, hotels, malls, and offices – the ability to control, adjust and visualize an entire network from any connected PC makes centralized business Wi-Fi management more efficient and cost-effective than it’s ever been. Performance is not compromised by scale as the EAP Controller Software integrates seamlessly with the TP-Link Omada EAPs while the captive portal and advanced RF management are ideal to handle demanding situations.

Here are 3 ways creating and managing a scalable business Wi-Fi network with Omada’s EAP Controller Software and Cloud Controller is made easy:


There are 3 centralized management platforms offered by Omada that enables you to take control of the network, regardless of whether you are at the office or on-the-go:

Cloud Management discovers and manages the local hardware and cloud controller. Additionally, you can easily add and control new local access points from multiple sites that can be logged into from anywhere in the world.

Cloud Controller comes already equipped with Omada Controller Software and hardware that is so simple, your only responsibility is to plug it in.

Omada App gives you the freedom of movement to be anywhere around the globe while maintaining the ability to remotely access the OC200 Cloud Controller conveniently from your smartphone.


Manage Multiple Sites from a Centralized Location

The Omada Controller software streamlines monitoring and managing hundreds of Omada EAPs at multiple sites from any singular connected PC within the network. This doesn’t only make the process more convenient but dramatically enhances scalability.

Captive Portal for Customizable Guest Authentication

The customizability of captive portal puts you in control. Restrict network use exclusively to authorized guests and provide devices with a convenient, user-friendly authentication method for Wi-Fi access with the ability to create a unique portal for each SSID. Business profitability is improved by the option of SMS and Facebook authentication as it simplifies the captive portal.  

Access Control

Some jobs are too important to entrust to anyone else and when it comes to protecting sensitive and private data about your business, there’s no such thing as being too careful. Access control puts you in charge of managing a list of blocked IPs to safeguard your network. 


Customized Map

If seeing is believing for you then this feature will make managing you EAP network a breeze. Upload a floor plan and an accurate representation of your network and its coverage area is created.


No need to pore over incomprehensible charts of network traffic statistics. With the built-in data visualization tools, the charts are simplified so IT managers can analyze the information at a glance. 

Take Advantage of the special Omada promotion Today! 

Want to cross off another item on your mile-long to-do list? Contact your Ingram Micro sales representative to learn how you can easily set up and manage a scalable Wi-Fi network for your business with TP-Link’s Omada.

Darko Bozanovic
Channel Account Specialist
55 Standish Crt., Mississauga L5R 4A1
Office: 905-755-5000 ext. 55171

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