12-07-2017 08:13 AM
Everything seems to be working nomially on my Unifi network.
ping.ubnt.com is accessible from the USG and also from computers behind it.
load-balancing has both WAN1 and WAN2 up and connected.
And yet, I see this in the control panel: an orange blob, and clearly incorrect throughput/latency data.
12-07-2017 08:48 AM
@smithabr It's because your WAN1 and WAN2 are only 100/10 Mbps connections. Do the devices connected to WAN1 and WAN2 support 1Gbps? If so, you may want to try changing out cables to see if you can get the 1Gbps link.
12-07-2017 10:25 AM
Sorry, I think you misunderstood what I was trying to point out. Yes, the uplink is 100Mbit, not gigabit, but those links are up regardless.
That is not the problem. I am confused out the orange cicle labelled "www" in the upper-left here
2 weeks ago
My dashboard "WWW" is also orange. I just noticed this today for the first time.
No Latency data at all (for the last 24hr). Claims 0 uptime. Does correctly report and record throughput. Unifi controller won't let me run a speed test.
Rebooting USG did nothing.
Ookla speedtest shows gigabit uplink is working as expected.
Looks like my USG did a firmware upgrade 5 days ago. Other sites/USG on the same controller and firmware, one of which shows it also did a firmware upgrade 5 days ago, all show the normal black color background for the "WWW" indicator on the dashboard.
What is going on? Any resolution on this? Ubiquity?