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    Default New 6.2 Install, No traffic thru UT

    Guys,

    New fresh install of 6.2, can download apps no prob., but no traffic is passing through UT...

    Help me please....

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    I have read some additional...this setup requires external to the WAN and the internal to the network...correct ? I have a WAN connection on the Fios router, so that's where the external goes ?

    I'm a hardware tech, not an engineer...that's why I need some assistance with this.

    Thanks for any help !!

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    No one has an idea on this ? The box I'm using worked perfectly, except for the occasional stall, with re-router....then I decided to install 6.2. Now zero traffic is passing through UT.

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    Re-Router lives on windows, UT lives on linux, the fact that one works is not an indicator of hardware compatibility with the standalone.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    I get that Sky, I'm a hardware specialist...that's what I do. The hardware is all compatible with Linux...this seems to be more of a routing issue...and that's where I need you engineer-types.

    Looking at my 2nd post in this thread, am I correct is hooking the external card to the WAN port in the Fios router ?

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    I don't have enough information about your network topology, and your internet connectivity to say anything specific... but yes in all configurations UT's external interface is facing the internet and the internal interface faces the internal network.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    OK, so my topology goes like this:
    Internet>Fios Router>UT>AP>PCs

    With the UT in bridged mode, the external card of the UT into the WAN port on the Fios Router and the internal card to the AP....

    Hopefully I am correct in this ?

    Thanks for your help on this Sky....

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    Nope you've got it cabled wrong but the map shows me where!

    It should be configured thus:

    Internet -> FIOS Router (NAT) (LAN) -> UT (External) -> UT (Internal) -> Switch
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    Ah ha !!!! Excellent....thanks again !!!

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    Excellent work Sky-Knight - works perfectly - that's why we hardware-types have you engineer-types around...just for stuff like this. Even though you guys are a little more arrogant and narcissistic than us !!

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