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.
I'm running 2.0 and got IPv6 working fully. Update away!
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.
Because with EdgeOS you get great software on great hardware - all EdgeOS devices are capable of fully saturating a 1Gbit connection (with HWNAT turned on). Now, go out and spend $100 on a new router and flash it with OpenWRT and try and do the same thing. Answer is, highly unlikely you won't be able to saturate a Gigabit connection. Even more expensive routers that can run OpenWRT / Tomato / DD-WRT struggle with Gigabit connections. I've also had a router that has gone 2 years without a reboot also.
Even Mikrotik doesn't match the price to performace ratio currently. This is why I personally like Edgerouters and Vyatta / EdgeOS is actually incredibly nice to use for a power user.