Finally got my replacement 10GbE switch racked and tweaked to my liking. It is a UniFi USW-EnterpriseXG-24, to replace my USW-XG-6PoE and keep the Synology 10GbE card happy:
Having run things for a while at 2.5GbE it is good to return to normal service!
When you found zero records in IPS, it doesn't mean you're ok.
I found out that after the upgrade to the latest version of the Unifi controller, a manual upgrade of the root cert for the IPS service is required.
How to check if you have a similar problem:
curl -I https://ips1.unifi-ai.com
I think it is.
Last week it stopped working, wouldn't power at all. After a certain research, it transpires that the batteries expand (as per the iPhone or Samsung Galaxy) and die, thus rendering the graceful shutdown inoperable. I expect this happened some time ago and I simply didn't detect...
My US-XG6 has died - no lights, no fan and almost zero power being pulled from the DC brick. Over the last month UI Support has pushed me around in a loop and then to RMA and UI RMA pushes me back to support as the unit is 17 months old.
So for now I have pulled the patch leads from...
So I'm still struggling to iron out a couple of network issues. Currently I have 2 separate sites with 2 separate controllers. I want to migrate site 2 to over to the same controller as site 1. Below are current setups:
Controller hosted on Syno RS1219+
I'm trying to setup up specific networks on my unifi gear to handle different types of clients. I am struggling to get my office computer to migrate from its original network to the new network, and still be able to access the network and internet. Currently, I have the following (note that...
I currently have the controller for my unifi gear running in a docker controller. However, I'm going to be doing a physical hard drive migration from an old NAS to a new one. How do I handle migrating the controller? Are there any settings within the controller that will need to be changed to...
Whilst there are a lot of details around the internet about this, they all seem out of date and no longer work. Does anyone have up to date Terminal Commands or a Script to make this happen?
I was trying to follow this but got an error saying that the 'Keytool' does not exist...
Hi everyone, I am trying to create a simple network consisting of Synology Network Attached storage (NAS), TP-link POE switch and UAP HD and it wont have access to the internet. I have activated the DHCP server on the NAS and assigned An IP address for the access point. To configure the AP. I...
I recently installed the unifi controller jacobalberty container on a Synology NAS and noticed RAM usage was going through the roof. Had a look at the processes and MongoDB is just going insane. RAM usage goes up every day by between 0.5GB to 1GB until I have 100%+ RAM usage on my NAS.
1st time poster so I thought I'd give it a go after being encouraged on the UniFi forums.
I've been running jacobalberty/unifi:latest for some time under Docker on my RS814+ and 95% of the time it works flawlessly. Every couple of months though, I start getting device disconnection...
this thread will explain an advantages of the Ubiquiti Unifi Controller - main management console of all Unifi appliances in your network(s).
By contrast to Synology SRM, the Unifi controller is running anywhere:
- personal computer, laptop, covered by all OSs
- Docker (see in forum Resources)...
First, all info you can read in official pages here or by YT
Ubiquiti is from my point of view same as Synology:
- they care about market(s), that was empty from the complexity point of view
- they have really useful HW, SW, tools for every single groups of user (consumers, SME...
Some googled guides doesn't work.
Then you can save a time with this one.
Simple and perfect!
Thanks to JackobAlberty we have stable and helpful management of Ubiquiti Unifi environment in Docker.
1. Upgrade your existing Unifi controler to last ver in line with last ver from...