It would be awesome to be able to incoporate 3rd party hardware to build a fuller picture. This would allow us to ditch 3rd party monitoring platforms and bring everything into our UBNT monitoring.
Discovering devices by IP and presenting compatible OIDs to graph would be awesome, even if we could just manually supply the OID and IP to graph would be great.
Most Wisps have Mikrotik at the core and netonix switches for solar sites I understand they are not UBNT products and can not of full support but just a MIB Graph support would be amazing so we can see the full health of our network from 1 place
In the same way that in UNMS, you can access the terminal on a device, it would be great if UNMS could also proxy the webGUI of a device.
I have UNMS available on a public IP, so i can acess it from outstide of the network, but still have to connect the VPN to access the webGUI of any device to look at any issues. If UNMS could proxy the webGUI in an iframe like the terminal that would make life a lot easier.
I've faced a little annyoing situation: I'm preparing a couple of switches for later deployment. Basically, I'm applying a baseline config, update to the latest firmware (which is annyoing too, will open another thread about this) and put the switch in a shelve for later deployment (for example I'm deploying ES-8-150W when they are actually needed).
Anyway, UNMS will report an outage for those switches, so I would really like to see a feature to put them in some kind of a maintenance or offline mode. This should also influence the site state, which is "disconnected" right now. Should be "Online".
Following from a thread started: External syslog server?
It would be valuable to be able to configure an 'exporter' or similar method to forward logs from UNMS to an existing centralized solution such as Splunk, ELK, or Graylog. 'syslog' (preferably RFC 5424) may be perhaps the most portable option.
This would allow existing infrastructures for log management, correlation, analysis, and archiving to be leveraged, particularly when such solutions were implemented for regulatory and/or audit purposes.
UNMS could then optionally serve as a single centralized log collector for its monitored devices which would avoid the need for all of those individual devivces (and potential firewall policies) to be configured to separately forward their own logs. A possibly related (but different) feature request in alighment with this is at Syslog Server
It would be really nice if UNMS gave me a topology view of the network, where I can graphically see what routers and switches are connected to what others, which connections are active (e.g. when STP is used), stats about each connection, LLDP information, etc.
This will of course be most important when EdgeSwitch is also supported, and there's a hundred different ways to build/discover that topology (especially in non-pure-Ubiquiti environments). It's also possible to show different types of topologies - e.g. the pure physical topology, the L2 topology, L3 topology (with OSPF/BGP info), etc. Of course, I'd love to have all of them available
Worst case, if you all can't prioritize building the automatic topology discovery, being able to manually specify the physical topology and just see its drawing and stats about the links would still be nice.
I would like to see it possible that users created in UNMS would also be added to devices managed by UNMS, along with password changes syncing as long as the devices are online. This way individual user accounts for management could be more easily managed.
Hello, I would suggest, when we look at our device "EdgeSwitch" in UNMS, the ports appear as "PORT1", "PORT2" ..., because instead of displaying the names of the ports, we do not display the names that we call the no device, example:
RADIO X - "Label inside the switch"
RADIO HOME Y - "Labeling within the switch"
Every time I check traffic on a port, I have to also open the switch so I can remember what is on which port ...
It would be great if DPI information from the EdgeRouter could be sent to the UNMS controller, kind of like UniFi. Since this is supposed to be a carrier-grade platform, it would be great for ISPs to see how people are hogging up their bandwidth.
Traffic shaping works best when performed on egress interfaces. For a typical WISP environment, this means that upload shaping will work best when it is done on the CPE router or radio, and that download shaping will work best when it is done on the border router or the tower router. This combination minimizes retransmissions and bufferbloat within the WISP network and (in the case of the border router) can help reduce the impact of DDoS attacks.
UCRM currently performs bidirectional shaping at either location, but does not allow the separate selection of devices for upload and download shaping. Please consider supporting separate upload and download device selection in UNMS as it begins to take over these network-related roles.
Here recently i had a problem comming from one of my Client Radios' and we had wireshark to give me the MAC address. i didn't see an easy way of finding that MACC address on UNMS so i switched to Air Controller and found it real quick.
i feel that would be a big asset to UNMS espessially if you have a tone of clients.
Maybe if we can point that Tower1/NanoBeam is connected to /Tower1/EdgeRouterX/eth3, the UNMS could disable ping watchdog on this port for 10 minutes, just when it's upgrading? Recently I bricked two antennas because I forgot about ping watchdog
- 900mhzdude on: authorize more then 1 CPE at a time
- UBNT-Radek on: File upload support for sites
- UBNT-Ondrej on: UNMS Mobile - iOS Touch ID
- blue-yu on: Statistic for connected clients
- MetaFon on: Alert Webhooks
- UBNT-Radek on: Feature Request: Link to Docs on UNMS Home Page
- UBNT-Radek on: Zoom Function on Device statistic
- rmmf on: Imports CSV
- UBNT-Radek on: EdgeSwitch - Preview in UNMS
- UBNT-Radek on: Show MACs in SHOUTY CASE and fixed width typeface
- graphing support for other brands such as Mikrotik and netonix
- authorize more then 1 CPE at a time
- File upload support for sites
- UNMS as an app in Microsoft Store?
- UNMS Mobile App: Better Device Management
- Monitor and Graph by IP + OID
- UNMS Mobile - iOS Touch ID
- Statistic for connected clients
- Alert Webhooks
- Custom SSL Configuration Form in Setting