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ZollyMonsta

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#238116 3-Jul-2018 20:34
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Hi

I have a UniFi security gateway using the GZ Cloud Server.

I’m moving from BigPipe to Voyager in the next few days. So I need to connect locally to it when the change occurs and change the connection settings.

Has anyone connected locally before via 192.168.1.1 ?

I’ve tried the usual ubnt/ubnt and root/ubnt combinations as well as admin/ubnt but no joy logging in.
I have also tried my login which has admin access but no joy.

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Is it perhaps the password found in the controller for ssh credentials?

....I should know of the top of my head, but I think its settings, site admin, and then right down the bottom is something like 'device ssh credentials'. I would expect the use to still be ubnt.

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  #2048641 3-Jul-2018 21:50
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chevrolux: Is it perhaps the password found in the controller for ssh credentials?

....I should know of the top of my head, but I think its settings, site admin, and then right down the bottom is something like 'device ssh credentials'. I would expect the use to still be ubnt.



I have

DEVICE AUTHENTICATION
SSH Authentication
Enable SSH authentication

But it’s not actually enabled.




 

 

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  #2048645 3-Jul-2018 22:05
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I have before, but there at the time was no vlan option on the built in configuration thing for the wan interface, so I had to DHCP it behind another router to get a connection, and pull down config with vlan set, and then when it changed to PPPoE and vlan wan, move it to be the router. With the change in router on the ONT it did that dicky thing where PPPoE wont establish for a while which almost caught me out until I left it for a bit.





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