Ubiquiti: Overview

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  1. XB1R Hydros
    XB1R Hydros Guest

    Ubiquiti: Overview


    Ubiquiti (Routers): Overview
    Login Information



    • Gateway: 192.168.1.1
    • Username: ubnt
    • Password: ubnt


    How to Find SSID (Network Name)

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, under the “Status” section you will find the SSID – this is your wireless network name.


    How To Find Wireless Passphrase (WPA/WEP)

    There is no default wireless passphrase for this device.



    Changing Wireless Security Type/ Disabling Wireless Security

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Wireless tab.
    6. On the Wireless page, scroll down to the “Wireless Security” section.
    7. Next to the Security dropdown, select the desired security type.
    8. Enter a security key or password.
    9. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    MAC Filtering

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Wireless tab.
    6. On the Wireless page, scroll down to the “Wireless Security” section.
    7. Check the MAC ACL box.
    8. In the “Policy” dropdown select the Allow option.
    9. Enter in the MAC addresses of the device you want to give permission to access your network.
    10. Select the Add button to add the device.
    11. You can also remove the MAC address by selecting the Remove option.
    12. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    Disable MAC Filtering

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Wireless tab.
    6. On the Wireless page, scroll down to the “Wireless Security” section.
    7. Uncheck the MAC ACL box.
    8. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    Change Wireless Channel

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Wireless tab.
    6. On the Wireless page, scroll down to the “Basic Wireless Settings” section.
    7. Next to the Extension Channel dropdown, select the desired channel.
    8. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    Change Wireless Mode

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Wireless tab.
    6. On the Wireless page, scroll down to the “Basic Wireless Settings” section.
    7. Next to the IEEE 802.11 Mode dropdown, select “G-Only”.
    8. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    Change Wireless Band (Width)

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Wireless tab.
    6. On the Wireless page, scroll down to the “Basic Wireless Settings” section.
    7. Next to the Channel Width dropdown, select “20 MHz”.
    8. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    DHCP Reservation

    This device does not support DHCP Reservation.



    UPnP

    This device does not have an option for UPnP.



    DMZ

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Network tab.
    6. On the Network page, under the “LAN Network Settings” check the Enable DMZ box.
    7. Type in the DMZ IP address for the Xbox.
    8. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    Disable DMZ

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Network tab.
    6. On the Network page, under the “LAN Network Settings” uncheck the Enable DMZ box.
    7. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    Port Forwarding

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Network tab.
    6. On the Network page, under the “LAN Network Settings” check the Port Forwarding box.
    7. Select the Configure… option.
    8. Type in the Xbox IP address into the “Private IP” text box.
    9. Type the Port number 3074 in the “Private Port” text box.
    10. Select Both for the “Type” drop down. If that is not an option then create a new line with the same information and select the corresponding
      TCP or UDP.
    11. Type the port number 3074 into the “Public Port” text box.
    12. You can add a description like Xbox live in the “Comment” text box.
    13. Check the Enable box.
    14. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    Disable Port Forwarding

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Network tab.
    6. On the Network page, under the “LAN Network Settings” uncheck the Port Forwarding box.
    7. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    Firewall

    This device has firewall settings but none that effect the Xbox.



    How to Find Firmware Version

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, under the “Status” section, the Version will be shown here.


    Firmware Update

    Note: You will need to download the firmware form the ISP website or the manufacture’s webpage.

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the System tab on the top.
    6. Click on the Update… button.
    7. Navigate to the location of the firmware update file on your computer.
    8. Select ok.
    9. The update can take several minutes, wait for the update to finish before trying to access the device again.


    Restore Factory Defaults

    From Hardware:

    1. Locate the back of the device, where the Ethernet port are located.
    2. Hold the reset button on the back for 30 seconds. You will need a paperclip, toothpick or pen to hold down the reset button.
    3. Let go of the reset button and wait about 1 minute for the device to reboot.


    From Firmware:

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the System tab on the top.
    6. Click on the Reset to Defaults… button.
    7. The device will reboot back to the default settings after a few minutes.
    Entering PPPoE

    Note: Please make sure you have the PPPoE login information from your ISP before you begin this process.

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Network tab.
    6. On the Network page, under the “WAN Network Settings” section, select PPPoE next to WAN IP Address.
    7. Enter in the PPPoE Username.
    8. Enter in the PPPoE Password. Verify the password is correct.
    9. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.




    Bridge mode:

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Network tab.
    6. On the Network page, next to “Network Mode” Select Bridge.
    7. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    Known Issues

    There are no currently known issues with this device.



    Multiple console Support

    We have confirmed that this network device is unable to support more than one console with an Open NAT.

    Device Manual

    Click
    here
    for the device manual

    :)
     
    XB1R Hydros, Jul 18, 2014
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  2. XB1R Hydros
    XB1R Hydros Guest
    Ubiquiti: Known Issues

    Ubiquiti (Routers): Known Issues
    Known Issues

    There are no currently known issues with this device.
     
    XB1R Hydros, Jul 18, 2014
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  3. XB1R Hydros
    XB1R Hydros Guest
    Ubiquiti: DMZ

    Ubiquiti (Routers): DMZ
    Login Information



    • Gateway: 192.168.1.1
    • Username: ubnt
    • Password: ubnt
    DMZ

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Network tab.
    6. On the Network page, under the “LAN Network Settings” check the Enable DMZ box.
    7. Type in the DMZ IP address for the Xbox.
    8. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.


    Disable DMZ

    1. Connect a computer to the gateway with an Ethernet cable.
    2. Open a web browser on a computer.
    3. Type in the gateway address, 192.168.1.1 into the web address bar, hit enter.
    4. This will take you to a login page, type ubnt for both username and password.
    5. Once of the main page, select the Network tab.
    6. On the Network page, under the “LAN Network Settings” uncheck the Enable DMZ box.
    7. Select Save/Apply to save the changes.
     
    XB1R Hydros, Jul 18, 2014
    #3
  4. white knight ax Win User

    Loading my game

    Good afternoon. Other games has load or its fortnite the ubique with the situation. Its this try erase the game and download again.
  5. Ricardo Cintra Win User

    Networking Hardware Information?

    I Liked Cisco and Netgear too, I Use a UniFi from Ubiquiti for Wireless and I Use a TP-Link Router
  6. M3tal Daz3 Win User

    Ubiquiti Ubiquiti Air Router: Strict nat since moved to WISP

  7. VibroPlex Win User

    How to fix my internet?

  8. MisfitActualxX Win User

    NAT Issues HELP

    Oh and I suppose I should say I connect to my gateway through a Ubiquity access point. Even though my XB is closer to my gateway the access point has a stronger signal all the time.
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