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USG commit error

Hi Support Team,

 

after updating my controller and device software to the most current versions, I activated IPS and DPS and finally deacitvated it back again. Obviously the activation of IPS/DPS applied several Firewall rules and now my USB is running an enduring provisioning. I've resetted controller to an backup before the update. Restartet the Cloudkey as well as the USG. I don't know what to do. I'm unable to delete these firewall rules.

 

It seems Rule 3002 has an issue at all, as no name appears. And I suppose rule 3001 shouldn't appear when IPS/DPS is deactivated. 

 

I have the following error messages:

 

Message: Gateway[f0:9f:c2:c7:3c:b7] Configuration Commit Error. Error message: { "DELETE" : { "failure" : "0" , "success" : "1"} , "SESSION_ID" : "fe971ac08f6aefee692711d1d0" , "SET" : { "error" : { "firewall name WAN_IN rule 3001 application category Peer-to-peer-networks" : "Invalid category [Peer-to-peer-networks]\n\n￿0\nValue validation failed\n" , "firewall name WAN_IN rule 3002 application category Peer-to-peer-networks" : "Invalid category [Peer-to-peer-networks]\n\n￿0\nValue validation failed\n"} , "failure" : "1" , "success" : "1"}}

 

 

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Re: USG commit error

Alright, even though nobody cared about it here, Ubiquity Support chat has helped me out.

 

Solution was to upgrade USG with most current firmware version via SSH.

Here's the how to: https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/articles/204910064-UniFi-Changing-the-Firmware-of-a-UniFi-Device

 

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Alex

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Re: USG commit error

Alright, even though nobody cared about it here, Ubiquity Support chat has helped me out.

 

Solution was to upgrade USG with most current firmware version via SSH.

Here's the how to: https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/articles/204910064-UniFi-Changing-the-Firmware-of-a-UniFi-Device

 

Best

Alex

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