11-06-2018 11:28 AM
I would like to see a customer interface so the customer can see a basic dashboard with information like connection speed, number of devices, uptime, etc. The customer login should also allow them to change the wifi SSID, password, and features like guest wifi configuration, static dhcp addressing, etc.
11-22-2018 03:10 PM
I did not read all wishes here so my might be doubled.
- Additional SSID with VLAN support
- dual WAN functionality (yes only one WAN port but there is VLAN)
- minor FW settings
In general it would be great to have almost same options like an ER-X but with Wifi. This would be a game changing device.
2 weeks ago - last edited 2 weeks ago
Does somebody know what happened to the thread airCube roadmap update? https://community.ubnt.com/t5/airCube/airCube-roadmap-update/
I'm getting status updates from it (via email) but can't access them because of an access denied message
PS: nevermind, I found an explanation here: https://community.ubnt.com/t5/airCube/Roadmap-gone/
I am currently testing the AirCube and I like it but some things are no-go to me:
- Web GUI accessible from radios (to any VIF)
- Management VLAN also accessible from radios
In addition, I would like to have these features (as options in settings):
- Client isolation on radios
- Disable UNMS discovery
- Kick connected clients on radios (on demand in dashboard ?)
So, as main requests, I would like the web GUI not to be reachable from radios (nor any VIF except from ethernet ports).
Same to the management VLAN, not to be reachable from radios nor any VIF (Note: UNMS planned to be on management VLAN in my case).
Options in the AirCube GUI settings would be great, possibly switchable after the initial setup (in case of initial setup from radios).
Thanks and have a good day !
We are still very interested in the dual login approach, so the client may "manage" minor things such as the ssid, wifi password, change their login password, port forwards. and their firewall entries.....but still allow us to overall manage the cube...and not let them even see that our settings are there. ADMIN for them, and SUPER ADMIN for us.
If it was easy, everyone would be doing it!
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