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  1. Hi @Johnny As you can see, I've moved Untangle...

    Hi @Johnny

    As you can see, I've moved Untangle onto 4433 for HTTPS and 8888 for HTTP.

    I don't use Pi-hole, but essentially Untangle has the same static host entry for DNS where I have both a...
  2. Hi, I have Nextcloud running internally and it...

    Hi,

    I have Nextcloud running internally and it works the way you're after, but what I did was actually shift Untangle off of the standard port 80 and 443 for its web interface.

    I have a port...
  3. Hiya, Not sure there's anything you can do to...

    Hiya,

    Not sure there's anything you can do to make the printer discoverable, but you should be able to add it manually within Windows from Settings > Devices. Go through the motions of adding a...
  4. Hi and welcome! The only place I have the...

    Hi and welcome!

    The only place I have the names setup is in the Static DNS Entries panel under Config > Network > DNS Server.

    Perhaps you know already... Sometimes, even though DHCP will give...
  5. Only thing I can suggest is stuff you may have...

    Only thing I can suggest is stuff you may have already tried...

    I had a similar rule set up for something else and found out that the tag spelling had to be exactly the same for it to work. ie...
  6. That's how I have it set up and it works... for...

    That's how I have it set up and it works... for now. I think eventually, this kind of thing will be harder to do as the security around DNS gets more locked down. A lot of ISPs essentially do the...
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    Yeah, they do shift a lot of product in the WISP...

    Yeah, they do shift a lot of product in the WISP area. I should have said that the cnPilot range of APs is more in the upper-end of the UniFi price range. Not sure what their switches are like tbh.
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    Big time fan of Ubiquiti for ages, used it at...

    Big time fan of Ubiquiti for ages, used it at home spec'd it on jobs...

    BUT... I got pointed towards a brand called Cambium and I really like their stuff. Similar price-point to UniFi but with...
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    Hi John, and welcome! If I'm right, Untangle...

    Hi John, and welcome!

    If I'm right, Untangle doesn't block inter-VLAN traffic by default and will route between them. That is unless you've added something like filter rules (as in Untangle filter...
  10. Check that your ISP will give you more than one...

    Check that your ISP will give you more than one public IP though as each Untangle will need one.
  11. Thread: 10G routing

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    I've had a play with something called Tactical...

    I've had a play with something called Tactical RMM, not bad imho.
  12. I've recently had the same sort of issue. ...

    I've recently had the same sort of issue.

    Would it be possible to use the tag host feature to tag based on website (in the same way that you can tag a Bittorent using client) and then create a...
  13. Not sure if it applies in your situation, but...

    Not sure if it applies in your situation, but when I had SSL inspection turned on, Android devices would connect to Wi-Fi but complain that there was no internet even if they had the cert installed....
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    Yes, that would be nice. With your vote and mine...

    Yes, that would be nice. With your vote and mine making a grand total of 4... It might be a while! ;)
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    I managed to do this recently, but not with...

    I managed to do this recently, but not with Untangle. I ended up putting Freeradius on a RaspberryPi, works OK so far, but there are a few tweaks you need to make to the setup so that the correct...
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    I was on Sophos XG before I moved to Untangle. It...

    I was on Sophos XG before I moved to Untangle. It was a Sophos UTM, so was paying 200ish a year for fewer features than I get with Untangle at $50/year.

    The interface looks nice and some of the...
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    That's good to hear. I looked at pfSense,...

    That's good to hear. I looked at pfSense, OPNSense etc before I went with Untangle but the reality is that to get anywhere near the same level of functionality that Untangle provides, you have to pay...
  18. One thing I'd add to this in case anyone has a...

    One thing I'd add to this in case anyone has a good solution...

    I had a similar thing with one of my kids and time of day based rules. Usually, he's in a profile that doesn't let him access...
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    @Some Dude: First of all, welcome to the forums!...

    @Some Dude: First of all, welcome to the forums! Before I reply, just want to make it known that I'm a home user too, I don't resell Untangle into businesses or anything like that. I'm not a network...
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    RADIUS Settings

    Hi folks,

    Saw some of the recent discussions here on RADIUS and thought I'd check it out since Untangle supports it. I added the access rules as indicated here already:...
  21. Thread: VLAN or ???

    by Armshouse
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    Cool, thanks for the info. Personally, I'd...

    Cool, thanks for the info.


    Personally, I'd be inclined to create three VLANs. One for management (the IPs of all your network devices that you use to access their web interfaces etc for config -...
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    Following on from that, if those workstations are...

    Following on from that, if those workstations are in the same LAN segment, then that traffic will likely go from client-to-client via a switch and not be seen by Untangle at all.
  23. Thread: VLAN or ???

    by Armshouse
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    Hi and welcome, Looks like you've got the bits...

    Hi and welcome,

    Looks like you've got the bits you need to make this work and a diagram always helps! As often with networking, there can be more than one way to achieve something.

    A couple of...
  24. Hi and welcome, I think you can add the...

    Hi and welcome,

    I think you can add the interface your want bypassed under Config > Network > Bypass Rules and that should do it. Pretty sure bypassed devices don't count as per the bottom of this...
  25. I think I managed to do this once or twice when...

    I think I managed to do this once or twice when changing the system name... I ended up getting back in via the online command control centre thingy.
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