Usg Installation Manual

1) External UniFi Controller

  • On the external UniFi controller, log in and click on the settings icon (two gears in the lower left corner)
  • Select “Networks” from the list on the left and click the pencil to edit it
  • Make sure the IP/Subnet is configured correctly and check the “DHCP Server” checkbox and configured the correct DHCP range and click Save
  • Plug the USG in and allow the WAN interface to receive a public internet IP address. If it is double-NAT behind a modem or ISP provided firewall, be sure to change the modem or firewalls internal IP range to something other than what you want your local network to be. In this example, the ISP modem is bridged and the USG is receive a public internet IP address
  • Plug a computer into the LAN port on the USG, you will receive a 192.168.1.x IP address. Using Putty, ssh into the USG at 192.168.1.1 and use ubnt for the username and password
  • set-inform http://unificontroller:8080/inform
  • On the Unifi Controller, adopt the USG
  • set-inform http://unificontroller:8080/inform

2) Internal UniFi Controller

  • Because the USG’s LAN network is 192.168.1.1 by default, it’s not as simple to configure as it should be. Ubiquiti really needs to address this issue, as the web interface, that currently only allows you to configure the WAN settings, should also allow you to configured the LAN settings. If that was the case, installing a USG in a current network would be extremely simple to setup. But, since it isn’t, here’s how to do it.
  • On the internal UniFi controller, log in and click on the settings icon (two gears in the lower left corner)
  • Select “Networks” from the list on the left and click the pencil to edit it
  • Make sure the IP/Subnet is configured correctly and check the “DHCP Server” checkbox and configured the correct DHCP range and click Save
  • In this example, the UniFi Controller is running at 10.10.8.28, so we need the LAN IP to be on the same network.
  • Plug the USG in and allow the WAN interface to receive a public internet IP address. If it is double-NAT behind a modem or ISP provided firewall, be sure to change the modem or firewalls internal IP range to something other than what you want your local network to be. In this example, the ISP modem is bridged and the USG is receive a public internet IP address
  • Plug a computer into the LAN port on the USG, you will receive a 192.168.1.x IP address. Using Putty, ssh into the USG at 192.168.1.1 and use ubnt for the username and password
  • The rest of these, type each on an individual line on the USG:
  • configure
  • edit interfaces ethernet eth1
  • set address 10.10.8.1/24
  • delete address 192.168.1.1/24
  • exit
  • show interfaces (should see + and – next to each under Ethernet eth1)
  • delete service dhcp-server shared-network-name LAN_192.168.1.0-24
  • set service dhcp-server shared-network-name LAN_10.10.8.0-24
  • set service dhcp-server shared-network-name LAN_10.10.8.0-24 subnet 10.10.8.0/24 default-router 10.10.8.1
  • set service dhcp-server shared-network-name LAN_10.10.8.0-24 subnet 10.10.8.0/24 dns-server 8.8.8.8
  • set service dhcp-server shared-network-name LAN_10.10.8.0-24 subnet 10.10.8.0/24 start 10.10.8.100 stop 10.10.8.200
  • show service dhcp-server shared-network-name (see that it has – next to all the 192.168.1.0-24

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  • The USG will reboot,when it comes back up, you should receive a 10.10.8.x IP address from DHCP and just need to perform the set-inform command
  • set-inform http://10.10.8.28:8080/inform
  • adopt it on the controller
  • set-inform http://10.10.8.28:8080/inform

3) Internal Unifi Controller, pre-prepped externally

Because it appears the USG was designed to use an external controller, it seems easier to prep the USG from an external location.

  • Follow the exact same steps shown in 1) External UniFi Controller, once the USG has been provisioned, you can take it (or ship it) to the correct location. Once on-site, it will already have the correct internal IP address, making it easier to re-adopt on the new controller
  • ssh into the USG using the admin username and password on the controller you initially prepped it on.
  • set-inform http://10.10.8.28:8080/inform
  • adopt it on the new controller
  • set-inform http://10.10.8.28:8080/inform
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  • Standard-sized, 19 wide rack with a minimum of 1U height available
  • For indoor applications, use Category 5 (or above) UTP cabling approved for indoor use.
  • For outdoor applications, shielded Category 5 (or above) cabling should be used for all wired Ethernet connections and should be grounded through the AC ground of the power supply.

    We recommend that you protect your networks from harmful outdoor environments and destructive ESD events with industrial-grade, shielded Ethernet cable from Ubiquiti. For more details, visit: ui.com/toughcable

Note: Although the cabling can be located outdoors, the UniFi Gateway itself should be housed inside a protective enclosure.

IMPORTANT: We strongly recommend using UPS backup and power regulation to prevent equipment damage due to stability issues with local AC power.

UniFi Controller System Requirements

  • Linux, Mac OS X, or Microsoft Windows 7/8/10
  • Java Runtime Environment 1.6 (or above)
  • Web Browser: Google Chrome (Other browsers may have limited functionality)
  • UniFi Controller software v4.8 or higher (available at: ui.com/download/unifi)

System LED

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Console Port

RJ45 serial console port for Command Line Interface (CLI) management. Use an RJ45-to-DB9 serial console cable, also known as a rollover cable, to connect the Console port to your computer. Then configure the following settings as needed:

  • Baud rate 115200
  • Data bits 8
  • Parity NONE
  • Stop bits 1
  • Flow control NONE

USB Port

Reserved for future use.

LAN / WAN / SFP Speed/Link/Act LED

Off

No Link

Amber

Link Established at 10/100 Mbps

Flashing Indicates Activity

Green

Link Established at 1000 Mbps

Flashing Indicates Activity

LAN (Ports 1 - 2)

RJ45 ports support 10/100/1000 Ethernet connections. By default, the LAN1 port is set to DHCP Server, and its IP address is 192.168.1.1/24.

WAN (Ports 1 - 2)

RJ45 ports support 10/100/1000 Ethernet connections. A WAN port is active only if the corresponding SFP port is empty. By default, the WAN1 port is set to DHCP Client.

SFP (Ports 1 - 2)

SFP ports are hot-swappable and support 10/100/1000 fiber SFP modules. If an SFP module is plugged in, then the SFP port is active, and the corresponding WAN port is deactivated. By default, the SFP1 port is set to DHCP Client.

Reset Button

Resets to factory defaults. The UniFi Gateway should be running after bootup is complete. Press and hold the Reset button for about 10 seconds until the right LED on the WAN2 port starts flashing and then becomes solidly lit. After a few seconds, the LED will turn off, and the UniFi Gateway will automatically reboot.

    OR

    Note: The corresponding WAN port will be deactivated.

For information about compatible fiber SFP modules, visit: community.ubnt.com/unifi

By default, the WAN1 port is set to DHCP so it can be assigned network settings by the service provider.To change the setting, connect a computer directly (or through a switch) to the LAN1 port of the UniFi Gateway.

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  1. From a web browser, go to: https://setup.ui.com
  2. Enter your Username and Password. Click Sign In.
  3. Note: If the UniFi Gateway has not been adopted by a UniFi Controller, the login window will be skipped and the Setup window will appear.

  4. Click Edit Configuration to configure the WAN1 port as DHCP,Static IP, or PPPoE.

For information on using the UniFi Controller software, refer to the User Guide located on our website at: ui.com/download/unifi

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Dimensions

484 x 44 x 164 mm

(19.06 x 1.73 x 6.46')

WeightEnglish conversation practice by grant taylor pdf file download.

2.30 kg

(5.07 lb)

Networking Interfaces

Serial Console Port(1) RJ45 Serial Port
Data Ports(2) 10/100/1000 RJ45 Ports
(2) 10/100/1000 RJ45/SFP Combination Ports

Max. Power Consumption

40W

Power Supply

Internal AC/DC Power Adapter, 60W (24V, 2.5A)

Supported Voltage Range

110 - 240VAC

LEDs

SystemStatus
Data PortsSpeed/Link/Activity

Layer 3 Forwarding Performance

Packet Size: 64 Bytes2,400,000 pps
Packet Size: 512 Bytes or Larger4 Gbps (Line Rate)

Processor

Dual-Core 1 GHz, MIPS64 with Hardware Acceleration for Packet Processing

System Memory

2 GB DDR3 RAM

On-Board Flash Storage

4 GB

Rackmount

Yes

Operating Temperature

-10 to 45° C (14 to 113° F)

Operating Humidity

10 to 90% Noncondensing

Certifications

CE, FCC, IC