05-30-2018 08:06 AM - edited 05-30-2018 08:07 AM
A feature that is extremly useful is showing active TCP connections. A simple table with three columns: Source IP, Destination IP and Destination Port (plus a Refresh button). This is useful for example if your external IP is listed in a Spam blocking list (i.e. Spamhaus CBL list) and you want to find which of your local devices connects to port 25 and sends spam.
In EdgeOS (ER-X) I can do this through the "show" CLI command or using the tcpdump command (which is not very convenient).
In Linksys home routers (at the same price range as airCube) there is a Log feature that shows the Outgoing connections. You can see more info here.
05-31-2018 01:05 PM - edited 05-31-2018 01:06 PM
I would like to put different wifis in different vlans as told before ... then i could replace my old TP-link equipment with lede running on them
06-08-2018 08:55 AM
I want to add that in ER-X router I can see Outgoing connections through the "show conntrack table ipv4" CLI command. Similar feature is available in Linksys and D-Link routers. When I search for a new router I always look if I'm able to see active TCP connections (or use tcpdump) which helps tremendously in troubleshooting.
06-11-2018 07:53 AM - edited 06-11-2018 04:17 PM
FWIW, the Cake shaper is less CPU-intensive than htb + fq_codel. Its automaticness would be a good fit for the airCube.
Once UNMS/UCRM is capable of shaping DL and UL on different devices, the airCube would become the ideal device on which to shape uploads.
06-17-2018 10:10 AM
How about some very basic functionality like:
* Site Survey to see what other nearby channels are in use (we are blind now when troubleshooting performance problems with customer remotely)
* Show the AirCube's MAC address in UNMS (if our installer forgets to update the device name with customer specific ID it shows up in UNMS as "airCube" and nearly impossible for us to determine the customer assigned (we use standard private /30 on WAN from radio so all IP's look the same). As we deploy hundreds of these this is an issue...showing MAC addrss in UNMS will allow us to check against our inventory assignment.
* DHCP MAC reservation