Many have requested interface bonding support for USG. That currently bypasses hardware offload including on EdgeRouter, so that would need to be addressed as well to make good use of it.
via @nperkins_ubi and a number of other customer requests.
I'm fully aware that IPv6 can be configured from the CLI now but UniFi is a SDN product which means that all if not most features should be able to be configured from the controller. not from the CLI.
I'm suggesting that UBNT include the IPv6 Settings under WAN settings for USG like as shown below. (Sorry, my drawing isn't very good)
In the IPv6 Connection Type, the following should be included:
1. Native IPv6
2. Tunnel 6to4
3. Tunnel 6in4
4. Tunnel 6rd
5. Static IPv6
Other than that, the following options in the picture should alse be included:
I don't know how Asus did it, but their routers are smart enough to get the right prefix without my intervention, I wish USG will have this feature too.
I wish UBNT will include full IPv6 support into the controller ASAP that is easy to setup without much technical knowledge.
If there isn't any data present for a day, can you just leave the data point off the chart please rather than have it show zero? I Find this graphic misleading to casual viewers in this state.
It would be great to be able to see the CPU and RAM Usage on the USG I know this can be done via SSH. But it would be very nice to see how much is in use just like what you guys have done with the AP's on the latest version of UniFi. Adding a temperature reading as well would be a bonus
Apologies if this idea is already posted, I couldn't find it with the search function.
It's pretty obvious: I would really like a Router with an integrated UniFi Controller accesable from the both the network and the cloud. Right now you need an USG and a Cloud Key for that, but it would be wonderful to have it in one device.The UniFi system would be even more elegant if you just could connected your access points to one single box and everything just works. So build this one device! Here are a few configuration options that I would really like:
- UC Lite: 4 gigabit ports, of which 2 PoE ($100)
- UC Pro: 12 gigabit ports, of which 4 PoE ($149)
- UC Enterprise: 16 gigabit ports, of which 12 PoE ($199)
The UC Lite allows tiny deployments with two PoE powered acces points, a modem connection and a single PC or switch. The Pro allows small deployments with 4 PoE powered acces points and 8 ports for wired PC's, switches or acces points. The Enterprise, for medium deployments, adds another 8 PoE ports in case more PoE devices/APs are wanted.
A device like this would simply small UniFi systems a lot and would make it much more accesable for normal consumers, small business and non-profits. Let me know what you think .
I have a couple of networks where I will never replace the router (for one I can't - it's provided as part of the environment) but I would still like to have stats in the controller.
I would like to see a pass through mode for the USG where it passes traffic with no NAT, no firewall rules, no DHCP, etc. Just analyzes traffic.
Even better - a monitor mode where I could feed a USG a mirror of the port that goes to my exising router so I don't have to have latency of the USG in the packets path. Use it as a sensor, basically.
I think you guys would sell a boatload of USGs if you supported this!
Under Insights > Static IP I get a list of devices with static IPs not no column for the actual IP address. I have to click on each entry to get the Properties then jot down the IP address. It would be wonderful to have a column with the IP address instead of having to go through the Properties list.
It would be nice with an overview of the overall status of VPN connections (site-to-site and when the USG is a PPTP VPN client). For some VPN connection types it may be necessary to ping through the tunnel, and perhaps therefore be able to specify a host on the other end that may be pinged, in order to be able to check the health of the tunnel.
This would be very helpful to have included. Right now VPN has a touch of "fire and forget" because there is no status in the Unifi Controller. I have created some images as an example of how it could look.
Just like the Edgemax routers have a built in GUI based Iperf client and server, could we implement a similar function on the GUI for the Unifi equipment.
What I'd like to be able to do is allow "speed tests" to occur between either iperf clients and the router itself, or, a built in function using the mobile client and the router.
And, I'm not certain how much function this might be. But could it be possible to run tests using the AP/switch as the client, and the router as the server? So you could test local line and wireless speeds (client -> server)
1. End user device -> ap -> switch -> router
2. AP -> switch -> router
3. Switch -> router
I would also say the reverse, but from what I've been told, the AP's don't really have the horsepower to function as iPerf "servers"
1/11/2017 EDIT: Just to clarify. The root of the request is to make the USG the center of the local Unifi speed testing universe. So some thoughts on where to go with it.
1. The iOS app. The current speedtest function does its speedtesting from the app to the controller. So add in the option from testing from app to USG on the same local network. Eliminating any oddities encountered once you exit the LAN. You could then add a third generic option so the user can pick there own iPerf host.
2. Add a function to the GUI to activate iPerf (set it to listen on the USG) for testing specific client hardware, Intel 7260 getting your down? Compare it to your Atheros based something.
3. Add the ability for the USG to be the "client", so you can use it to test in the other direction, or in the odd case your ISP may have something.
4. Talking about hardware. If the USG is the testing "heart" of the network, then you could then trickle that functionality down to the connecting hardware. No, you'd more than likely never do this more than once, but may be nice to test the handy work of your connection between your router and switch, or your AP to Switch to Router. Or maybe testing the speed of you uplinks? Again, this would mean adding a iPerf client to the AP and switches, which I'd call secondary to client to USG based testing.
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