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GeekGuy
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  #2152459 30-Dec-2018 23:18
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I get an error message with "set service nat rule 5 inside-address address.

 

Tried the next one after that ... and no joy.

 

I am able to watch kayosports on the PC but no luck in casting it to CC Ultra.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BlackHand:

 

GeekGuy:

 

Great tutorial, I just need to block Google DNS now so I can get a Chromecast Ultra up and running.

 

Can someone give an old man tips in laymans terms how to go about it or point me in the right direction ?

 

 

 

 

Have a look at this ... https://community.ubnt.com/t5/EdgeRouter/Blocking-Google-s-Public-DNS-servers/td-p/1256887

 

 

 


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  #2152470 31-Dec-2018 00:18
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Don't block Google DNS - just create a DNAT rule...

 

I've also created a firewall rule to pass traffic through the router (important for Chromecasts etc) that you'll need to use if you have a Chromecast. Replace with your IP range excluding the Edgerouter - go to Firewall / NAT --> NAT and add a new Destination NAT rule (changed since not everyone understands the SSH shell):

 

 

 

Doing this will redirect DNS back to your routers internal DNS resolver. Change as you see fit.





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  #2155467 6-Jan-2019 21:50
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@michaelmurfy, now that i have ERX setup on UFB with eth1 as my main LAN following your guide, how do i go about setting up a separate LAN in a different IP address range (i gave eth1 192.168.1.1/24 with dhcp enabled) using a different interface on the ERX?

 

 

 

Would I use the WAN+2LAN setup wizard or simply un-tick "Only use one LAN" under WAN+2LAN2 wizard and configure eth2 to eth4 as the separate LAN?

 

 

 

Can i use 192.168.2.1/24 range also with dhcp enabled?

 

 

 

TIA for any help.

 

 




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  #2155471 6-Jan-2019 21:59
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Not in switch mode IIRC - I have not tried as have had no need. I think if you disable the switch interface you'll lose offloading between ports (so limited at around 400Mbit and a CPU hit).

 

Look into using VLAN's instead. May be better depending on your use.





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  #2155476 6-Jan-2019 22:29
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michaelmurfy:

Not in switch mode IIRC - I have not tried as have had no need. I think if you disable the switch interface you'll lose offloading between ports (so limited at around 400Mbit and a CPU hit).


Look into using VLAN's instead. May be better depending on your use.



I see, thank you, maybe I'll have a play with the WAN+2LAN2 wizard and see how I go as I am not familiar with setting up VLANs

I only have 100/50 UFB so may not be so much of an issue with speed limited at 400Mb/s and not running anything CPU intensive with most devices at home on WiFi (smartphones & tablets) running off three Orbi units in AP mode as well as two PCs and three TVs on Ethernet.

I wanted to set up a separate network for tenants in the granny flat part of our new house that we are moving to soon.

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  #2155563 7-Jan-2019 09:25
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mrgsm021 is this what you're looking for? It worked for me....

 

https://community.ubnt.com/t5/EdgeRouter/Basic-Config-for-Dual-Wan-Dual-Lan-via-GUI/td-p/1032987

 

 

 

Dru -

 

"This is for load balance wizard for 2 wan and 2 lan or more than 2 lan(load balanced)

 

 

 

you may have to update your firmware my router is the edgerouter pro v1.9.0

 

 

 

1: Go to the wizard then click on load balance here you can change the lan ip for eg eth2 i set it to 192.168.10.1 but the wan0 and wan1 remain the same.

 

2. Go to Dashboard click on actions on the eth port eg.i chose eth3 and manual ip type the ip you want eg. 192.168.11.1/24 save.

 

3. Go to service add dhcp service eg dhcp Name: lan3    subnet :192.168.11.0/24   Range start:192.168.11.3    Range Stop: 192.168.11.254  Router:192.168.11.1  Dns1:192.168.11.1  Dns2: 8.8.8.8 and save.

 

4: Go to service dns select add listen interface eth3 save.

 

5. Go to config tree , interface, ethernet, select eth3 ,click on firewall then click on  in ,now  type balance in the modify section now click on preview to save.

 

 

 

if you want more lan ports follow these instructions from 2 to 5  select eth4 change ip eg 192.168.12.1  and thats it."

 

 


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  #2155926 7-Jan-2019 17:29
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Azzura:

mrgsm021 is this what you're looking for? It worked for me....


https://community.ubnt.com/t5/EdgeRouter/Basic-Config-for-Dual-Wan-Dual-Lan-via-GUI/td-p/1032987


 


Dru -


"This is for load balance wizard for 2 wan and 2 lan or more than 2 lan(load balanced)




you may have to update your firmware my router is the edgerouter pro v1.9.0


 


1: Go to the wizard then click on load balance here you can change the lan ip for eg eth2 i set it to 192.168.10.1 but the wan0 and wan1 remain the same.


2. Go to Dashboard click on actions on the eth port eg.i chose eth3 and manual ip type the ip you want eg. 192.168.11.1/24 save.


3. Go to service add dhcp service eg dhcp Name: lan3    subnet :192.168.11.0/24   Range start:192.168.11.3    Range Stop: 192.168.11.254  Router:192.168.11.1  Dns1:192.168.11.1  Dns2: 8.8.8.8 and save.


4: Go to service dns select add listen interface eth3 save.


5. Go to config tree , interface, ethernet, select eth3 ,click on firewall then click on  in ,now  type balance in the modify section now click on preview to save.


 


if you want more lan ports follow these instructions from 2 to 5  select eth4 change ip eg 192.168.12.1  and thats it."





Thanks Azzura.

I only have one UFB circuit from the ONT into eth0 (WAN) and want to split that single connection into two separate LAN on two interfaces.

The instruction you provided above appears to be for two internet connections plugged into the same Edgerouter and therefore not what I am looking for sorry.



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  #2155961 7-Jan-2019 19:34
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I think it can be modified for one connection. By skipping to step 2 ...perhaps?
Or.... all I did was disabled one of my internet connections. And everything goes through the one enabled internet connection.


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  #2156532 8-Jan-2019 17:04
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Azzura:

 

I think it can be modified for one connection. By skipping to step 2 ...perhaps?
Or.... all I did was disabled one of my internet connections. And everything goes through the one enabled internet connection.

 

 

Thanks again, will have a play with the wizard when I have a bit of time to take the connection offline. 


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  #2157231 9-Jan-2019 19:41
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Version 2 has been released now https://community.ubnt.com/t5/EdgeRouter/EdgeMAX-EdgeRouter-software-version-v2-0-0-has-been-released/m-p/2622433#M235165

 

Somewhat surprising as there were still some issues with beta 3 for a few people


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  #2157246 9-Jan-2019 20:47
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Just to absolutely emphasize this from the forums

 

> And no support for this for IPv6?
Nope, right now no support for IPv6

 

Link to the quote from the admin answering angry people:

 

https://community.ubnt.com/t5/EdgeRouter/EdgeMAX-EdgeRouter-software-version-v2-0-0-has-been-released/m-p/2624146/highlight/true#M235358

 

Again, there is NO SUPPORT FOR IPV6 on this build. Just so people are aware and don't update and then wonder why their IPV6 is broken.





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  #2157263 9-Jan-2019 21:43
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ipv6 is working fine for me on 2degrees

 

only seems to be affecting people with certain ipv6 configuration, but still concerning they released this to the general public


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  #2157266 9-Jan-2019 21:50
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Every UBNT software release has historically been a beta test! They've had some pretty major issues in official releases over the years.

 

 

 

 


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  #2157271 9-Jan-2019 22:10
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guess they're adopting microsoft's model of having users do QA for them


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  #2157277 9-Jan-2019 22:20
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sbiddle:

 

Every UBNT software release has historically been a beta test! They've had some pretty major issues in official releases over the years.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I was running OpenWrt on an old TP-Link, then 'upgraded' to ER-L3. 

 


Why do people rave about these? Is it because Ubiquiti routers come out of the box with more tweakable software than most consumer routers and they are fairly cheap?

 

Documentation relies on 2011 Vyatta docs and some forum posts, so is sorely lacking. If the documentation existed I'd be more enthused.


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