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 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.
I see that your software supports Open maps and Google Maps API. Is there any chance you may be integrating the use of "Here Maps API" for UNMS? As this would be great for smaller clients with no budget for Google API Maps.
Thanks for you time
It would be very helpful to be able to change the HTTP, HTTPS, and Netflow listening ports from the GUI, as well as any other settings that are likely to need to be changed.
Along with the above features, a restart button for UNMS would be helpful. This would to allow the new settings to take effect without having to reboot the machine. Rebooting the machine interrupts other programs that are running on the machine which is undesirable.
Please stop showing a site is disconnected if only 1 client is disconnected
Very annoying getting alerts a site/tower is down if only 1 client unplugs there device
We would like the ability to have UNMS managed equipment automatically out of the box point to the UNMS server. This can be something like a DHCP option or a DNS entry -- similar to Unifi Controller operation for access points.
It would be extremely helpful to be able to see previous changes made to a device. Under logs have a changes made tab that logs any setting changes made to a device(fequency change, Firmware updates, gps enabled or disabled ect...)
I'd like the endpoints and/or devices to show their connectivity (if any)
I think there are probably 2 primary uses (and they might mix) for UNMS.
1) wISP type use, where each device has connectivity to 1 or more other devices. In this case, all connectivity between devices should be shown.
-also, most wISPs either have or want a ring/multipath network, so UNMS should visually indicate the primary and if possible, the secondary routes off each device. For secondary, just pull the next-best metric from routing table or OSPF etc. On the map, it should look like small roads for access, and highways for default and secondary routes.
This is espessially important to monitor because it can be hard to identify when a main path is down without 'remembering' that router_25 is a main backhaul etc.
2) Multi-site IT managed networks. These sites might not have 'hard' lines between all devices because the various sites might me stand-alone or VPN connected. I suggest if there is a VPN between locations, there be a link to a 'cloud' icon for these to symolize VPN connectivity. If they are stand-alone, then no topology needs to be shown.
I have a site that only has it's equipment online 1 month out of the year for an event. It'd be nice to be able to disable the site so that the equipment doesn't show offline in my outage monitor during the 11 months the equipment is not in use.
Ideally I would love to be able to have everything but my server OS (and if UBNT want to jump into that game..) be UBNT. If we could get SNMP v2 and v3 Support to be able to query SNMP support devices (I use it for Windows/Linux servers amongst other things) for a total monitoring solution.
Add IP address filtering to UNMS login page. At least one popular enterprise network monitoring system flags UNMS for having an administrative login page exposed to the Internet as a potential issue.
It would be very helpful to be able to see the time and date that a device is using when browsing through the devices settings. THsi would allow easy checking and verifying that devices are updating their time correcltly and are in sync. Additionally it would be helpful if UNMS would look for devices that are out of sync with the server and alert the user. I recently had a router that was not updating due to (as far as I can tell) the ISP blocking NTP packets. I was unaware of the situation until a third party application told me the router was out of sync.
If this can be implemented into UNMS it would be great. Handling of devices in different time zones with this feature would need to be considered.
Need a Dashboard with 2 main areas. One for a heads up of general info, like throughput on an interface on a selected edge router, max use clients etc.
Then another section showing current outages. The log is cumbersome, a dashboard that refreshes is much nicer.
Would be nice to have an alert for when a devices RSSI has dropped from its initial or updated value.
As an example if you had two clients connected one with an RSSI of -60 and the other -70. I would like to be able to alert if either device had a decrease in RSSI of say 5 dB and an alarm if it decreases by 10 dB or more. In that way if the client that had an initial RSSI of -60 dropped to -65 you would see an alert and at -70 you would see an alarm. The second device would not generate an alarm as its initial RSSI was -70. Would also need a setting to update or manually enter the initial value.
This would be very helpful to alert when a device may be having an issue but before it has failed.
I would like to see more detail in the email alerts from UNMS like to have them organized by site, prefix with device type, or other details to help determine which devices are down. Currently unless you prefix the device name with those details you have no way to determine which site is down or which device is down.
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
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- UBNT-Radek on: Restart UNMS software option
- UBNT-Radek on: Able to add note to equipments
- Allow UNMS logon to be used on linked devices
- Traffic Priority UCRM-UNMS on ER6P
- Built in Let's Encrypt support when http port is different from 80
- "Remember password" on login page and UNMS app
- Radius Integration UNMS for pppoe
- OUTAGE Message to Client
- support SSH feature to remote Mikrotik RouterOS terminal
- Export UNMS radios to link.ui.com
- Integration with Active Directory in UNMS
- Add Tunnel to the interfaces being monitored