Ubiquiti Networks ERLite-3 EdgeMax EdgeRouter Lite 3-Port Router

Ubiquiti Networks ERLite-3 EdgeMax EdgeRouter Lite 3-Port Router

Ubiquiti Networks ERLite-3 EdgeMax EdgeRouter Lite 3-Port Router

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Product Highlights

  • Dual Core 500 MHz Processor
  • 512MB DDR2 RAM Memory
  • 2GB On-Board Flash Storage
  • 1 x RJ-45 Serial Port
  • 3 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet Ports
  • EdgeOS Operating System
  • Reset Button
  • LED Indicators
  • Wall Mountable
  • CE, FCC, IC Certifications
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Ubiquiti Networks ERLite-3 overview

  • 1Description

The ERLite-3 EdgeMax EdgeRouter Lite 3-Port Router from Ubiquiti Networks is housed in a compact, fanless form factor. It operates quietly and delivers powerful routing, security, and management features you require to efficiently run a network. This EdgeRouter Lite provides a graphical user interface designed for convenient setup and control. Each of its Gigabit port functions as an independent interface. You can configure Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) interfaces to meet network segmentation requirements. You can also configure static routes and dynamic routing protocols, to effectively manage the routes used by the EdgeRouter.

Intuitive User Interface
The EdgeRouter Lite provides a graphical user interface designed for convenient setup and control. Accessed via a network port and Web browser, the user-friendly interface provides intuitive management with a virtual view of the ports displaying physical connectivity, speed, and status. The Dashboard displays detailed statistics: IP information, MTU, transmit and receive speeds, and status for each physical and virtual interface
Configuration by CLI
The CLI provides quick and flexible configuration by command line and features the following:
For power users, configuration, and monitoring of all advanced features
Direct access to standard Linux tools and shell commands
CLI access through the serial console port, SSH, Telnet, and the graphical user interface

Direct Traffic Flow

Each Gigabit port functions as an independent interface. You can also configure Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) interfaces to meet the network segmentation requirements
Configure static routes and dynamic routing protocols to effectively manage the routes used by the EdgeRouter

Secure Your Network

Firewall Policies
Organize the rules you apply in the order you specify
Firewall Groups
Apply policies to groups filtered by IP address, network address, or port number
NAT Rules
The EdgeRouter Lite changes packet addressing based on your customized source and destination NAT rules

Manage Your Network

DHCP Server
Set up multiple DHCP servers to assign IP ranges in different subnets on different interfaces. You can control dynamic and static IP addressing for your network devices
Monitoring Tools
Track network activity and devices from tools such as Ping, Trace, Discover, Packet Capture, and Log Monitor
User Accounts
Manage access to the EdgeRouter Lite using unique administrator and operator accounts. With these capabilities and more, the EdgeRouter Lite provides the centralized control you need, to optimize the performance and reliability of your network

Other Features

EdgeOS is a sophisticated operating system loaded with robust features, including:
Static routes and support of routing protocols: OSPF, RIP, and BGP Firewall policies and NAT rules
DHCP services
Quality of Service (QoS)
Network administration and monitoring tools
Comprehensive IPv6 support
Choice of Configuration Methods:
The graphical user interface to visualize the workings of networks or the Command Line Interface (CLI) to use advanced, command-driven configurations
UPC: 810354020612
In the Box
Ubiquiti Networks ERLite-3 EdgeMax EdgeRouter Lite 3-Port Router
  • 12 VDC, 1A Power Adapter
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Ubiquiti Networks ERLite-3 specs

    Processor Dual core 500 MHz, MIPS64 with hardware acceleration for packet processing
    System Memory 512 MB DDR2 RAM
    On-Board Flash Storage 2 GB
    Operating System EdgeOS
    EdgeOS Software Specifications
    Interface/Encapsulation Ethernet
    802.1q VLAN
    IP in IP
    Bonding (802.3ad)
    Addressing Static IPv4/IPv6 addressing
    Routing Static routes
    BGP (with IPv6 support)
    IGMP proxy
    Security ACL-based firewall
    Zone-based firewall
    VPN IPSec site-to-site and remote access
    OpenVPN site-to-site and remote access
    PPTP remote access
    L2TP remote access
    PPTP client
    Services DHCP/DHCPv6 server
    DHCP/DHCPv6 relay
    Dynamic DNS
    DNS forwarding
    RADIUS client
    Web caching
    Quality of Service (QoS) FIFO
    Stochastic Fairness Queueing
    Random Early Detection
    Token Bucket Filter
    Deficit Round Robin
    Hierarchical Token Bucket
    Ingress Policing
    Management Web UI
    CLI (Console, SSH, Telnet)
    UBNT discovery protocol
    Layer 3 Forwarding Performance
    Packet Size 64 Bytes: 1,000,000 pps
    512 Bytes or Larger: 3 Gb/s (line rate)
    Networking Interfaces
    Serial Console Port 1 x RJ-45 serial port
    Data Ports 3 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
    LEDs Per Port
    Serial Console Port Power
    Data Ports Speed
    Power Input 12 VDC, 1 A power adapter (included)
    9 to 24 V (supported voltage range)
    Button Reset
    Wall Mount Yes
    Operating Temperature 14 to 113°F (-10 to +45°C)
    Operating Humidity 90% (non-condensing)
    Certifications CE, FCC, IC
    Dimensions 7.78 x 3.58 x 1.10" (197.52 x 91.00 x 28.00 mm)
    Weight 10.2 oz (289.2 g)
    Packaging Infocvwbrvcdeccbsrvc
    Package Weight 1.6 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.449 x 5.197 x 2.992"

    Ubiquiti Networks ERLite-3 reviews

    ERLite-3 EdgeMax EdgeRouter Lite 3-Port Router is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 49.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic small business routers We manage a number of small business networks. These routers give us fantastic capabilities for the price point. Many small businesses can't justify the price of Cisco hardware, so these are a great fit based on the price point and the capabilities. You do need to be fairly advanced in your understanding of routers and IP networking - these are not a home user plug-n-play router. But they are absolutely fantastic at what they do.
    Date published: 2015-11-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Router but not for the beginner.... This is a great router. It is not a router for the beginner. Definitely need to do research on configuring to fit your application. There is not much in the way of documentation included with the device in the box but I was able to find what I needed at various websites to configure to my specific application. Pros: Small form and configurable to multiple configurations. Cons: Not enough info included for setup. You can find many videos and tutorials online to get you through setup for your application. Router also cam with an outdated Firmware that did not include full wizard support until after firmware upgrade. Definitely not for the beginner or those with out a basic understanding of networking protocols.
    Date published: 2016-09-15
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid router with a semi-steep learning curve I use this router with a related AP to replace a previous consumer grade wifi router which I was using. This is a relatively raw router. Out of the box, you cannot just plug this in like a regular wireless router from netgear, linksys, etc and have it work. It has to be configured. EVERYTHING has to be configured. Out of the box, this is not configured to work even in a basic sense. When received, my unit was running a several year old version of the firmware. 1.2. I had some serious issues updating the firmware requiring a reboot and immediate update of each firmware sequentially to get to the most recent version. I took one star off for this. There should never be issues updating firmware on an out of the box unconfigured device. The latest version of the firmware has some configuration wizards which you can run to configure a basic SOHO implementation that is easy enough to use. Any custom DHCP scopes or port forwarding will require reading and searching of the support forums. There is a lot of third party support for this ERL, but it is not for the faint of heart. Currently, my ERL is configured to connect to the WAN on Eth0 an unmanaged 8 port gigabit network switch on Eth1 and a segregated guest network on Eth2. Aside from my early issues with firmware upgrade, configuration complexity, and a one time issue with a hang of the router itself, I have not had any issues with this router and it has been solid for several weeks. I have all my network gear including a WAP connected to a UPS to keep the wireless internet up in case of a house power outage. I would not recommend this to people who are not computer savvy, or who are looking for a simple unbox and plug in setup. This will require time and research even for a simple implementation. I would recommend this to people who are technical and interested in learning networking or who, in the end, would like a setup that is efficient and will run without intervention once set up.
    Date published: 2016-10-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best 3 Port Router $ can buy Under $ USD for a three port router that can process 1 Million packets per second!Amazing feature set, wizards and online help in a very supportive forum. I had to update my router shortly after unboxing, the process took all of 10 min - super easy.If you've got dual wan connections, need some additional routing functionality or have an off the wall use case look no further. Great piece of kit, highly recommended.Fast Shipping via B&H, email updates to boot. You won't regret the purchase on B&H, best price I could find online!
    Date published: 2014-12-31
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice router but steep learning curve I bought this to use as an edge router with very basic configuration. It's well-built and inexpensive - a good combination. But if you're used to Cisco or HP or any other router OS, you'll be in for a steep learning curve. It's basically a Linux box with a software-defined router program running on it. It's great if you're a Linux hobbyist looking for a new toy to tinker with. However, once past the learning curve, it's a solid product with a nice browser-based interface. Documentation is the community which is spotty at best.
    Date published: 2014-08-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great router I started using the Ubiquiti products this year and glad I made the switch. This router is working at my house with no issues. I have yet to max this thing out on 150/150 internet connection. Allows vlans, vpns, and many other great options in more expensive products. The web interface is pretty easy to figure being an IT person.
    Date published: 2017-08-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great home/SOHO router First thing you need to do when you get the router is to update the firmware to the latest version.� Even though my router was manufactured in 2017 it still had an old version from 2013 of the firmware thus missing such features as various setup wizards which are helpful in getting you going without touching command line interface.� For home usage in my case I love the access control you can set on UPnP2 service where I limit UPnP to only approved devices (an xbox in my case) and disable UPnP for all others.
    Date published: 2018-02-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from EdgeOS 1.7 and OpenMesh I used this router to setup a multi-vlan setup with OpenMesh WiFi for a church. In Cloudtrax/OpenMesh I setup each of the 4 SSIDs to be bridged to its own VLAN With the ERLite I then setup for each VLAN with a: * A DHCP pool * A Transparent WebProxy (two sets of rules for two of the VLANS) Only one VLAN can talk to the other VLANS ( as well as to the router interface and switch interface) I also setup L2TP VPN and port forwarding (for external SSH) I took me about a week to setup because my setup is not your typical SOHO setup. This allowed me to: * Restrict Video and P*rn sites on the guest network. * Restrict P*rn sites for the children's area * Segregate traffic between the networks/WiFi SSIDs I did all this with only three gigabit ports, thanks to 802.1Q VLAN Tagging * One port for router management. * One port for VLAN trunking. * One port for WAN. NOTE: Some features require you to not be timid with the command line. There is plenty of help on the Ubiquiti forums though.
    Date published: 2015-11-22
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