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# 2203165 22-Mar-2019 00:19
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Did a iperf 3 test on my  ER-X SFP <> NAS and the results are worse than my Asus N56U with HWNat turned on.

 

Tx - 212 Mbits/sec 

 

Rx - 350 Mbits/sec - 430 Mbits/sec

 

On my ASUS I was getting ~950 Mbits/sec between my PC and NAS connected to the same modem (switch).

 

$ show ubnt offload
IPSec offload module: loaded

 

HWNAT offload module: loaded

 

Traffic Analysis :
export : enabled
dpi : enabled
version : 1.480



 

 




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  # 2203166 22-Mar-2019 00:50
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@mAYH3M You sure you're not using any features which disable offloading? Done a reboot after activating offloading? See this: https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/articles/115006567467-EdgeRouter-Hardware-Offloading 

 

Your results seem as if the router is not using offloading.





 
 
 
 


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  # 2203172 22-Mar-2019 01:01
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michaelmurfy:

@mAYH3M You sure you're not using any features which disable offloading? Done a reboot after activating offloading? See this: https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/articles/115006567467-EdgeRouter-Hardware-Offloading 


Your results seem as if the router is not using offloading.


Offloading shows as enabled in config tree.


Any workaround for my pppoe and vlan issues with Voyager.



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  # 2203173 22-Mar-2019 01:13
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@mAYH3M Sorry I don't understand what issues you're having with PPPoE and Voyager. Is your line configured with VLAN 10? There is an option to either have it turned on, or off and sounds like your line is provisioned without it.

 

Regarding Offloading - there are some features on the router that cause traffic to not be offloaded. Even if it is enabled in the configuration you should make sure you're not using any features (such as QoS) on the router that cause this. Read the link I posted above. This router is indeed capable at routing Gigabit to first, try a reboot and test and after that ensure that you have not got anything enabled that kills offloading.





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  # 2203205 22-Mar-2019 06:56
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michaelmurfy:

 

@iamsammajor Under Services edit your DHCP pool (the 192.168.1.* one) and find your NAS under that list. Ensure your NAS is on DHCP.

 

Next to your NAS listing select "Map Static IP" - ensure it doesn't already exist under the "Static MAC/IP Mapping" tab and map it with 192.168.1.88.

 

Reboot your NAS to force it to get a new DHCP lease and you'll be sorted, it'll be available going forward on 192.168.1.88.

 

 

 

 

Thanks, I finally got the IP that I want for it.


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  # 2203551 22-Mar-2019 19:04
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michaelmurfy:

@mAYH3M Sorry I don't understand what issues you're having with PPPoE and Voyager. Is your line configured with VLAN 10? There is an option to either have it turned on, or off and sounds like your line is provisioned without it.


Regarding Offloading - there are some features on the router that cause traffic to not be offloaded. Even if it is enabled in the configuration you should make sure you're not using any features (such as QoS) on the router that cause this. Read the link I posted above. This router is indeed capable at routing Gigabit to first, try a reboot and test and after that ensure that you have not got anything enabled that kills offloading.



Reset the router and setup PPPoE and only enabled hwnat offload.Still unable to break the ~450 Mbps mark at max.Tried both 1.10 and 2.0 firmwares.

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  # 2203872 23-Mar-2019 17:15
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Does the ER-X SFP has a hardware switch or software switch on eth1 to eth4?

I have eth0 as wan and the rest are all bundled under switch0 minus the SFP port.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2204074 24-Mar-2019 08:05
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My TPLink Archer C2300 has packed up. I need a new router ASAP

 

Does the Edgerouter 4 have port forwarding with loopback.

 

(I know I should search more but I am in a hurry)





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  # 2204077 24-Mar-2019 08:11
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The ERL lite does so the 4 should as well.

 

Click to see full size


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  # 2204118 24-Mar-2019 08:25
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Thanks, off to PB Tech then





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  # 2204840 25-Mar-2019 20:00
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Sorry (again) for this question from a dummy.

 

I have my new Edgerouter 4 working well with DHCP reservations and Port forwarding.

 

Now I want help adding a couple of Static routes (e.g. 8.8.8.8 to 10.1.1.1)

 

Help will be greatly appreciated.

 

Edit:

 

Do I simply make Destination 8.8.8.0/24 and next hop 10.1.1.1 ?





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  # 2204843 25-Mar-2019 20:06
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Your destination can just be 8.8.8.8/32, and yes the gateway (or next hop), can just be a random IP address that your router knows how to reach (ie something in your LAN subnet is a logical choice).

 

If however, you want to actually redirect google DNS queries so they actually get resolved by your router you will need some NAT rules.


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  # 2204846 25-Mar-2019 20:10
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Use DNAT and Masquerade rule:

 


 

For the source address this is just my DHCP scope range as I don't want all devices to be forced to use router DNS, so replace as necessary

 

Also replace 192.168.1.254 with your DNS server IP and instead of using a local address group use your DNS server IP as the destination address

 

I run 2 piholes and .254 is a VIP so if one goes down for patching it fails over to the other etc hence why I use an address group


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  # 2204865 25-Mar-2019 21:02
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michaelmurfy:

 

@mAYH3M You sure you're not using any features which disable offloading? Done a reboot after activating offloading? See this: https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/articles/115006567467-EdgeRouter-Hardware-Offloading 

 

Your results seem as if the router is not using offloading.

 

 

Upgrading to 2.0.1 did the trick.

 

https://community.ubnt.com/t5/EdgeRouter/ER-X-SFP-Offloading-issues/m-p/2727914#M246164

 

 

 

Lesson learnt, stay away from Ubiquity gear because of all of the firmware issues.


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  # 2204912 25-Mar-2019 22:47
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mAYH3M:

 

michaelmurfy:

 

@mAYH3M You sure you're not using any features which disable offloading? Done a reboot after activating offloading? See this: https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/articles/115006567467-EdgeRouter-Hardware-Offloading 

 

Your results seem as if the router is not using offloading.

 

 

Upgrading to 2.0.1 did the trick.

 

https://community.ubnt.com/t5/EdgeRouter/ER-X-SFP-Offloading-issues/m-p/2727914#M246164

 

 

 

Lesson learnt, stay away from Ubiquity gear because of all of the firmware issues.

 

 

Does that mean you upgraded from 2.0.0 to 2.0.1?  If so, both of those are beta versions, so problems can be expected.


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