Introduction

In previous post on How to Install Omada controller on ubuntu, we deployed the controller with all the manual method. To deploy on multiple machines and multiple locations, it’s cumbersome and time consuming.

So, it is efficient to use automation to deploy the controller.

Ansible Playbook

Playbook can be found on repo, clone the repo with the following

git clone https://github.com/kdpuvvadi/Omada-Ansible.git omada-ansible

and cd into the directory

cd omada-ansible

Supported Repos

Tested the playbook on the follwoing repos

  • Debian 8, 9 & 10
  • CentOS 6, 7
  • Ubuntu 18.04, 20.04

Note: CentOS 8 is not supported yet

Ansible Setup

  • install pip sudo apt install python3-pip -y
  • install ansible with pip python3 -m pip install ansible
  • install requirements ansible-galaxy collection install -r requirements.yml

Varibles & Inventory

  • Copy inventory sample file cp example.inventory.ini inventory.ini
  • Change the ip address with actual IP address of the host server.
  • Copy varible file with cp example.vars.ini vars.ini

Run the Playbook

  • To test the connection with host run the following and it should return success message.
ansible all -k ping
  • To run the playbook
ansible-playbook main.yml
  • If you need password for the sudo append -K and enter the password when prompted
ansible-playbook main.yml -K

Post Installation

  • Omada controller will be avaiable on https://HOST-IP:8088/ or https://HOST-IP:8043/.
  • Following ports should be open on host for the controller to work properly.
    • 8088
    • 8043
    • 27001
    • 27002
    • 29810
    • 29811
    • 29812
    • 29813

Manage Omada Service

  • sudo tpeap status – show the status of Controller;
  • sudo tpeap start – start the Omada Controller;
  • sudo tpeap stop –stop running the Omada Controller.

Au revoir