Sorry if I have missed it already, (please point me in the right direction)
I am looking for the abilty to change channels on my access points for PtP and PtMP. I did see in one of the intial realises this was a future realise option, any news.
Or is this possible via terminal?
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".
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.
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.
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.
When adding devices, changing things, etc. the "Device Added" popup cannot be force closed and is directly over the ">>" button to hide the sidebar. This makes it so we have to wait for the popup to timeout before we can close the sidebar and move on.
A) Add an "X" to close the popup.
B) Move the popup either left, up, or down.
C) Both A and B
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
I'm a fresh new user of UNMS.
Lot of clients and devices to monitor. Some of them would like to have an access to the monitoring screen.
It would be great if we can make "read only" user account dedicated to a specific site or client, with only view of the devices to the site.
I'd like to see a .deb install and maybe someday a repo just like Unifi and Unifi-Video have.
I am not an expert on Docker and its pros and cons but there seems to be a lot of call for this type of install, the forum thread had 51 replies before it was locked, and there is some activity on github as well. With all the activity I am surprised it isn't in Feature Requests so I thought I would add it.
For my personal feelings, part of it is just resistance to change, I am used to using .debs and the repos for Unifi and Unifi-Video and just don't want to change. I also don't understand Docker well enough to feel comfortable deploying it. I spent some time reading up on it and it is really simple in a lot of ways but some of the concerns people have are quite complicated.
It would be great if there would be an option to easily perform a speed test between any of the devices and UNMS. Especially when the UNMS instance is located somewhere away from the network this is great to measure "real" internet speeds.
Even nicer would be if it a bunch (or all) devices could be selected for a speedtest and they would run in serial. Maybe the dashboard for each device can show the last speedtest result/date-time.
Ideally a speedtest would be ran for each devices between 3am and 6am, in such way that every client is tested at least once/week.
Now that UNMS exists, isn't it the perfect place to allow the storage and interrogation and onwards export of DPI data?
We are a not for profit organisation building networks for other non-profits. Visibility into the usage of the networks could make a big impact in reporting to funding bodies.
I understand UNMS is targeted at the "Edge (broadband)" range of products, as opposed to the Unifi (white ?) products, for which management tools are in place.
However, in reality, there is frequently a mixture of Unifi and Broadband products.
How will we get a consistent management tool ?
At least, I would expect to be able to discover/monitor Unifi products from UNMS. Management would really be fantastic.
I guess configuring Broadband products from Unifi is really not a good idea.
Anyway, some link has to exist !
- UBNT-Radek on: AP channel changing.
- UBNT-Radek on: Move popup notification for actions
- UBNT-Radek on: "Add New" sidebar change
- thrca on: Rename sites/clients
- UBNT-Radek on: connected clients in table and graphs
- tanerceliker on: UNMS Safest lock version
- UBNT-Radek on: VRRP Backup Host Handling
- peiubn22 on: maintenance notification
- andrewb99 on: Aircube PPPOE config via the app
- UBNT-Radek on: Allow UNMS device discovery of devices from public IP addresses
- Triggered E-Mail Alerts
- UNMS Auditing/Reporting
- Should be able to rearrange status tables under device
- UNMS App should send Push Notifications if Device Down or up
- AP channel changing.
- Support for Search using Siri
- Redirect to custom port
- Move popup notification for actions
- "Add New" sidebar change
- Rename sites/clients