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Discussion in 'Networking, Telcos and ISPs' started by oj88, Jun 4, 2013.

  1. legato

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    Yes. Set it to 180 Mbps Down and Up only because of speedboost.

    I get about 140-50 max on speedtest after this setup.

    I think it reserves the 30-40 for other stuff.
     
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    Does anyone know how to back up the network config for Unifi? I can't remember and I can't see it on the new interface.
     
  3. oj88

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    On mine it's in Settings > Controller Settings > Backup.
     
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    Thanks. I found it. Settings-System-Turn Off New Interface.
     
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    A little upgrade for the NAS...

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    There's a fix for Log4Shell. From the release notes:

    UniFi Network Application 6.5.54
    Bugfixes
    Fix a security vulnerability found in a 3rd party library (CVE-2021-44228).
     
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    Finally decided to pull the trigger and update to 6.5.55. Nothing less than the log4j threat could move me out of 5.14:23... lol.

    At first glance, I thought it messed up my VLANs but as it turned out, they just renamed it to something else. There are now two methods of implementing VLANs... via Networks (if you have an all-UniFi environment) and Network Isolation (for mixed environments). I have mine set to the latter.

    So far, everything playing nice.
     
  10. legato

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    Meron na 6.5.55\? Just updated to 6.5.54 few days ago.

    Anyway BDO hack suspiciously/coincidentally happened around same time.

    Alibaba Cloud Security Team found out 2021 Nov 24. Disclosed publicly 2021-Dec-9.

    Question is meron kaya unofficial disclosure?
    Or somehow found out by other "teams"?
     
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    Yes, released about 4 days ago.
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    As for the BDO coincidence, we can only mostly assume.
     
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    A fire broke out in my server room. The PC power supply was the culprit. The firemen used water to put out the PC which is beside the server cabinet. All Unifi equipment destroyed. What an effing night.
     
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    Oh no. What brand was the power supply?
     
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    Holy...! Are you guys ok? Anybody got hurt?
     
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    It was an Antec1200watt psu. The PC was beside the server cabinet. Firehose also got to the cabinet. It’s a good thing my wife was still awake, cause it started at 2am.
     
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    Important thing is that you guys are alright. Definitely sucks, but material things can be replaced.

    Maybe there's a chance some things in the server room can still be recovered? Assuming they didn't also catch fire and power to the room was cut prior, could be just a matter of checking the boards for corrosion and drying them out before powering them on again.
     
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    Just terrible. It's good that you're taking this situation in stride.

    I have a lot of questions but I know you have a lot on your plate. So do what you gotta do.
     
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