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  Reply # 1925212 26-Dec-2017 10:28
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michaelmurfy:

 

Personally I'd recommend looking into either the Ubiquiti UniFi range (USG + UniFi Switch + UniFi Access Point) or even into the Grandstream range unless if you're specifically wanting to learn the Edgerouter.

 

 

Just purchased USG+ cheapo switch+ UniFi AP after reading a few of these threads over the past few days - now getting worried I've bitten off more than I can chew :)

 

Controller request heading your way, then I'm off to re-read the helpful info on here.


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  Reply # 1926784 29-Dec-2017 23:37
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Hi, any EdgeOS ideas on this one ?

 

The chromecast is preventing me from using my region-workarounds when streaming tv programmes from US and UK as it has the google dns servers (8.8.8.8 / 8.8.8.4) hard coded into it. All other devices works fine, and the source device (laptop, phone etc) will stream perfectly well, and even airplay fine, but then when I try to cast the stream to the chromecast, it will not play if there's a region challenge with it.

 

I've set up the router address allocation so that the chromecast is issued a DHCP static IP mapping against its MAC address, and what i would like to happen is for the router to see that and go "not so fast sonny, i'll take your 8.8.8.8 or your 8.8.8.4, and I'll swap you for a x.x.x.x or a y.y.y.y"

 

I think I can do this all in the GUI by adding a destination NAT rule, but I get lost pretty quickly.

 

Anybody able to give this dumbo a way of doing that I might even be able to understand?

 

Thanks




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  Reply # 1926786 29-Dec-2017 23:52
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@dmartora Instructions are in the private forums of which I have given you access to. Not going to post them in public.





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  Reply # 1926788 30-Dec-2017 00:16
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Thank you, that's very much appreciated


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  Reply # 1926809 30-Dec-2017 08:03
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EdgeRouter ER-4/ER-6P: Firmware v1.9.8 Firmware 2017-12-28 DOWNLOAD  

 

     

  • FILENAME: ER-e300.v1.9.8.5012183.tar
  • VERSION: v1.9.8
  • PRODUCTS: ER-4, ER-6P
  • DESCRIPTION: v1.9.8 firmware for EdgeRouter 4, and EdgeRouter 6P

Download Release Notes Download GPL Archive

 

Some of the software in the firmware is licensed under the GNU General Public License and other Open Source and Free Software licenses. You can find the complete and corresponding source in the GPL archive.


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  Reply # 1926946 30-Dec-2017 13:14
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Just to be clear the links above are NOT for the Edgerouter lite this forum is about!





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  Reply # 1928520 3-Jan-2018 15:50
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New alpha release 1.10.0-beta.2 is available here:

 

Note: The ER-X/ER-X-SFP/EP-R6 has more limited storage, and in some cases, an upgrade may fail due to not enough space. If this happens, remove the old backup image first (using "delete system image" command, see here for more details) before doing an upgrade.

 

More details can be found in the release notes below. Please give it a try if you are interested in the new features/changes to help us test them so that we can get the release out sooner! Thanks very much!

 

[Release Notes v1.10.0-beta.2]

 

Changelog

 

Changes since v1.10.0-beta.1

 

New features:

 

  • none

Enhancements and bug fixes:

 

  • [WebGUI] - Move UNMS status to toolbox GUI. Discussed here
  • [WebGUI] - Fix stored XSS in Routing window
  • [UNMS] - Fix bug when /tmp/sysd-save.xxxx files sometimes were not deleted if UNMS was enabled
  • [UNMS] - Fix bug when ubnt-udapi-bridge daemon randomly crashed if UNMS was enabled. Discussed here
  • [UBNT Discovery] - Add "factory-default" attribute to UBNT-discovery messages which indicates whether UBNT device is configured or not.
  • [BGP] - Add support for BGP extended community that allows setting 4-byte AS numbers (set policy route-map xxx rule 42 set extcommunity rt 1234567:3200). Discussed here
  • [RIP] - Fix regression in 1.10.0-alpha.1 when RIP "passive-interface default" caused commit failure. Discussed here
  • [PPPoE] - Add description to pppoe interface. Discussed here
  • [OSPF] - Fix regression in 1.10.0-alpha.1 when commit failed while deleting VTI interface with OSPF parameters
  • [DHCP] - Add global DHCP client options to configuration (set interfaces ethernet eth0 dhcp-options global-option xxx). Discussed here
  • [CLI] - Fix hostname validation when configuring static-mapping.
  • [FlowAccounting] - Fix regression in 1.10.0-alpha.2 when netflow calculated wrong flow-accounting data
  • [System] - Fix bug when "ubnt-utils" daemon randomly crashed. Discussed here

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  Reply # 1935730 10-Jan-2018 17:04
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Those with ERL3's may also have an Edgeswtch

 

EdgeSwitch firmware v1.7.3 Firmware 2018-01-07 DOWNLOAD  

 

     

  • FILENAME: ES-eswh.v1.7.3.5050176.stk
  • VERSION: v1.7.3
  • SIZE: 13.8MB
  • PRODUCTS: ES-12F, ES-16-150W, ES-24-250W, ES-24-500W, ES-24-LITE, ES-48-500W, ES-48-750W, ES-48-LITE, ES-8-150W

Download Release Notes Download GPL Archive Download SNMP MIB


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  Reply # 1937712 12-Jan-2018 14:34
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Hi All,

 

Big thank you to @michaelmurfy for the fantastic tutorial and support given to Geekzone users.

 

We have an ERL v1.9.7+hotfix 4

 

I would like to DMZ ( Static 1:1 ) from the WAN Eth0 to LAN Eth2

 

Eth1 is used by a different subnet.

 

I have created the rule some time ago and the DMZ did not work, I have found a mistake that I have corrected but would like those who know more than me to cast their eye over this to see if there is anything obvious that is incorrect.

 

This has to be done out of hours as it is in a production environment.

 

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Any pointers appreciated.

 

Thanks

 

John

 

 





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  Reply # 1942102 18-Jan-2018 17:24
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New alpha release 1.10.0-beta.3 is available here:

 

Note: The ER-X/ER-X-SFP/EP-R6 has more limited storage, and in some cases, an upgrade may fail due to not enough space. If this happens, remove the old backup image first (using "delete system image" command, see here for more details) before doing an upgrade.

 

More details can be found in the release notes below. Please give it a try if you are interested in the new features/changes to help us test them so that we can get the release out sooner! Thanks very much!

 

[Release Notes v1.10.0-beta.3]

 

Changelog

 

Changes since v1.10.0-beta.2

 

New features:

 

  • none

Enhancements and bug fixes:

 

  • [BGP] - Fix bug when name of BGP community-list was parsed incorrectly allowing bad name to pass validation
  • [Routing] - Fix bug when admin was not able to delete routing configuration that is not in-sync with routing daemon
  • [DHCP] - Fix bug when DHCP client parameters were not applied after commit. 
  • [DNS] - Fix bug when namesevers were randomly erased from '/etc/resolv.conf' file. Discussed here
  • [Config] - Fix regression in 1.10.0-beta.2 when '/config/scripts/post-config.d' scripts were not executed during boot. Discussed here
  • [Config] - Fix regression in 1.10.0-beta.2 when WebGUI and UNMS commit was +1 second slower than in 1.10.0-beta.1
  • [Bridge] - Fix regression in 1.10.0-alpha.1 when it was possible to configure DHCP and STATIC IP addresses on bridge interface simultaneously
  • [WebUI] - Add "Download tech-support file" button in WebGUI
  • [System] - Fix bug when ER-4 and ER-6 randomly hanged

Known issues:

 

n/a


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  Reply # 1942216 18-Jan-2018 22:49
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I've been playing around with an EdgeRouter PoE trying to get a routed /30 subnet working (from 2degrees), but not having much luck.

 

On the dashboard my pppoe0 interface has my static IP of 203.86.xxx.xxx/32.
And my 2degrees routed /30 subnet is 111.69.xx.x2/30

 

First step is I added 111.69.xx.x3/30 and 111.69.xx.x4/30 as manual IPs to the eth0 interface.
Then added a firewall rule in WAN_LOCAL, to allow icmp ping to eth0.

 

Great, I can then ping from an external location to 111.69.xx.x3  (first IP), but not the 2nd? (weird?)

 

The next step is I need some form of 1:1 NAT to get 1 of these IP's going to a raspberry ip (connected to switch on eth2), lets say on internal IP 10.0.0.123.
This is where I'm stuck, and not sure what to do next?


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  Reply # 1944443 21-Jan-2018 15:31
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Ignore my post above, as I've got my /30 subnet working on an EdgeRouter PoE. Basic test worked of opening port 443 on a secondary public IP, forwarding to an internal server on LAN.

 

Needed to add the /30 IPs to the eth0 interface, then setup Destination NAT (e.g. port 443 public IP translate to internal IP on lan).
And create a WAN_IN firewall rule for port 443.

 

All working.




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  Reply # 1946830 25-Jan-2018 19:34
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Go Wireless are now selling the Edgerouter 4 which is a decent upgrade to the (already great) Edgerouter Lite: https://www.gowifi.co.nz/routers/ubiquiti_edge_router_4_port.html

 

When mine arrives I'll be updating this guide.





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  Reply # 1946837 25-Jan-2018 20:21
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Nice, been waiting for it to arrive, buying one now




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  Reply # 1948748 30-Jan-2018 17:42
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I've updated the guide to reflect the setup process on newer firmware. My new Edgerouter 4 has arrived today and I have set it up, have not been this excited to get a new product in a while:

 

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When I've had a bit more of a play around with it I'll post a review however I must give a huge thanks Go Wireless for supporting me and allowing me to keep these guides updated and help you guys. Without them, there will honestly be no guide as my router configuration is way too complex to just wipe all the time.

 

Initial impressions however - this router is damn fast. The UI is very very responsive (much better than the Lite) and configuration commits hardly take any time at all. I've only been using it for a few hours but so far have been very impressed with it (just as I was with the ERL when I first got it). In my personal opinion if you want an incredibly fast router for UFB then this is the one to go for and the price difference between the Edgerouter Lite and the Edgerouter 4 is fully justified.

 

If you're sitting on the edge and need a better router you can purchase one here





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