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    amuetste

    Hi folks,

    I was mounting my USG Pro 4 into my mini datacenter at home. It has a pretty standard APC UPS and an APC PDU. And while I was happily plugging everything in I noticed that the USG Pro deviates from the standard. So, here's my question to the Ubiquiti guys:

    Dear Ubiquiti guys,

    WHY do you mount a C5/C6 power connector into the USG Pro??

    The whole world is using C13/C14 and/or C19/C20 in their respective datacenters. Because of the C6 connector I now have to either order an adaptor plug or cut up the original power cable and mount a C13 after all. Why not mount a C14 directly into the USG Pro? It would make adoption in a datacenter so much easier.

    It's a bit frustrating.

    Kind regards, 
    Alex

    ps: I added pics of the C5 plug and the C13 plug so you all can see the difference.

    IEC60320_C13.jpg
    Plug_Kleeblattstecker_DIN_VDE_0625_Teil_1_Normblatt_C5.jpg

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    amuetste

    Hi folks,

    so, we've spend some ages convincing the USG Pro 4 to do our bidding. We've almost got it, but for one thing we can't seem to get right.

    Our ISP, XS4All in the Netherlands, lets us build a connection and authenticate via PPPoE. We've configured that and that works just fine. It sets the IP using DHCP. After that, Internet is working and speedy too.

    Now for the next part, we have a subnet that is being routed as well. This is (faked) 10.10.10.240/29 where the router should get .241 and we can configure 242-246 for hosts in the subnet. This part we can't get working. You can't set a DHCP address as well as a static address for the same interface.

    Best case, we would like to use the firewall to filter the ports and route the traffic to the 5 virtual machines who are configured with the external IP's.

    Does anybody have a clue how we should go about this? Please enlighten us! We almost ran out of coffee while trying to figure this out ?

    Many thanks in advance.

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    amuetste


    lunihausen wrote:

    Did you fix the /29 into a DMZ? I am in dire need of that config. Can you share? Does it maybe include IPTV on VLAN4?

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    amuetste

    Sorry, I already worked out that a VIF addresses a VLAN and not a virtual interface, unlike in Linux. Got that one covered now :)

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    amuetste

    Hi Stekkerdoos!

    Thanks! That's a terrific start. This seems to be a partial solution for me, however. I have not got an Experia box and VOIP does not need to be redirected as it does not come through a separate VLAN (in fact, VOIP goes though VLAN6).

    When I look at the code, VIF is the virtual interface, 0.4 would be virtual interface 4 on ETH0. Does that automaticully relate to VLAN4?

    The reason I ask is that the USG has 4 ports. If I understand and counted correctly, ETH0 is designated LAN1, ETH1 is LAN2, ETH2 is WAN1 and ETH3 is WAN2. If I want the designations to match function I need to rearrange the ETH assignments.

    And then I still need to route my /29 subnet. The USG is supposed to support a DMZ. It would be cool if we could assign this /29 a VLAN tag (for instance VLAN666) and map that to the DMZ. We could use the WAN2 port for this.

    My Next Hop would be the next host I connect to when I connect to the internet?

    Also, am I correct to understand that KPN uses your MAC address to authenticate?

    I think XS4All does it differently. I do have a username and password.

    Again, many thanks for the assistance!

    Kind regards,

    Alex

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    amuetste

    Hi!

    Today I received my USG Pro. I'm trying to configure it but I'm running into walls. I lack the knowledge to make it do what it supposedly can do. Is there anyone who can help me out?

    Here's what I need it to do:

    I've got a fiber connection (isp XS4All, Netherlands) at my home.

    • VLAN 6 = internet, here PPPoe does auth, I'd like this to be routed to port LAN1

    • PPPoe (obviously, hence previous statement)

    • VLAN 4 = IPTV. I would like this to be routed to port LAN2

    • routing and firewalling

    I also have a subnet with 8 IP's I need to route to my virtual environment. This is a /29 network with 8 public IPs. This may become a separate VLAN if need be. It currently runs along VLAN6 as well.

    Apparently the USG Pro can do all this but after about a day of trial and error I'm no further then I was when I started.

    Who can help me out (and more importantly, also wants to help me out) :)

    Many thanks in advance!

    Alex

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