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    If deployed as pictured, your NAT and port...

    If deployed as pictured, your NAT and port forwarding functions would be done on the edge device (i.e. your "modem gateway") not on UT.

    Also, port forwarding is not needed for internet access.
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  2. Also, just to throw it out there, when I was...

    Also, just to throw it out there, when I was using an AC3200, I always disabled Smart Connect. When it was enabled, I would get random dropped connections and certain devices seemed to connect to...
  3. So, a couple things... first, in order to offer...

    So, a couple things... first, in order to offer targeted troubleshooting, we'll need more specific details about your network. However, most importantly, assuming your current network is now flat...
  4. Some of those IP cameras only allow access from...

    Some of those IP cameras only allow access from their local subnet. That may be the simple answer to your issues.

    I also second the previous sentiments of pulling that Asus from UT and plugging...
  5. I have the same setup you're asking about... just...

    I have the same setup you're asking about... just with different equipment:

    PFsense -> UT (Bridge mode) -> Cisco 3750X (L3)-> LAN

    I always lean towards performance, so my VLANs are terminated...
  6. The short answer is yes, however, VLANs add...

    The short answer is yes, however, VLANs add complexity to a bridged setup.


    Much like the previous question, when configured properly, yes.


    If you are asking if you can use Untangle as the...
  7. Will a static route "work"... sure, but with some...

    Will a static route "work"... sure, but with some caveats. However, if the OP is looking to match SIP traffic destined for a specific IP and policy route that traffic through a particular gateway......
  8. Sounds like a pretty straightforward task for the...

    Sounds like a pretty straightforward task for the WAN Balancer.
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    In order for the mesh to work, Google WiFi wants...

    In order for the mesh to work, Google WiFi wants to be the edge device with a public IP. There's no other way around it.

    If you try to put Google WiFi behind an edge device, you can still use the...
  10. Because DNS and routing operate on two different...

    Because DNS and routing operate on two different layers.

    If you look at the 4th post down here -> https://superuser.com/questions/1185861/linux-routing-based-on-domain-names/1186285, there are...
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    Pretty much the same message conveyed a slightly...

    Pretty much the same message conveyed a slightly different way:

    1)Considering your current hardware, re-deploying UT in router mode to replace the ASA is your best bet. Not only will this simply...
  12. It sounds like your issue is similar to what I...

    It sounds like your issue is similar to what I was facing.



    You've already noted it, but first I'd make sure UT's DNS is pointed at AD on Config -> Network -> External Interface.
    Do an...
  13. They released a patch last night, issue resolved...

    They released a patch last night, issue resolved for me. No more errors, all widgets working.
  14. I've been getting a similar message since the...

    I've been getting a similar message since the last update:

    https://i.imgur.com/9CcAPfP.jpg

    Ticket opened.
  15. Not sure how to officially vet a phishing site,...

    Not sure how to officially vet a phishing site, but Chrome gives me a big red warning for it:

    http://i1059.photobucket.com/albums/t421/marvosa/security-error_zpsotf8jllz.jpg

    so, chances are...
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    If you're using a static route, the next hop...

    If you're using a static route, the next hop needs to be the logical address of the OpenVPN adapter on the remote end, not the LAN adapter.

    Although, I wouldn't try to fix your issue with static...
  17. Thread: VPN Routing

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    The wording to describe how things are connected...

    The wording to describe how things are connected is a bit strange, but I think I have the just of it.

    Here's what needs to be done at a high level:


    The 10.10.3.0/24 network needs to be...
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    Some highlevel stuff: Unless there's a typo...

    Some highlevel stuff:


    Unless there's a typo in your OP, site 1 should be exporting 10.9.141.0/24 not 10.9.141.254.
    Check the routing table at each site. i.e.:

    Site 1 should have a route...
  19. I wonder if this situation might fit a use case...

    I wonder if this situation might fit a use case for leveraging the new Web Filter rules feature in v12.2.

    Seems a little far-fetched, but it might be possible with a creatively crafted rule...
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    You just need to decide if you want to keep your...

    You just need to decide if you want to keep your current router/firewall or not. The most common approach is to use UT as the router and let it do everything (Firewall, DNS, DHCP, VPN, etc) .

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    Yes. I noticed it not long after I made that...

    Yes. I noticed it not long after I made that last update, but forgot to post it.

    After more testing, ad blocker turned out to be the culprit and not the web filter. I would agree with you...
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    Web filter Blocking eBay as Malware?

    I recently installed a licensed version of Untangle and using paid apps:

    Build: 12.1.0~svn20160712r43741release12.1-1jessie
    Kernel: 3.16.0-4-untangle-amd64

    Soon after install, I noticed that...
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    Of course the easy route would be buy more static...

    Of course the easy route would be buy more static IP's, but another option would be consolidate your websites onto one server and configure the host headers accordingly.
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    I agree it doesn't preclude delivery via coax,...

    I agree it doesn't preclude delivery via coax, but I meant they typically install a switch with a built-in modem with service delivered via coax. I suppose every company has their own deployment...
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    If you have a business line, they should've...

    If you have a business line, they should've installed a switch, not a modem... and you should NOT be getting anything from DHCP... something's not right. Is there any chance you also have a...
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