Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Enterprise Gateway Router with Gigabit Ethernet

Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Enterprise Gateway Router with Gigabit Ethernet

Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Enterprise Gateway Router with Gigabit Ethernet

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Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Enterprise Gateway Router with Gigabit Ethernet

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  • Dual-Core 500 MHz Processor
  • 2GB On-Board Flash Memory
  • Wall Mountable Design
  • 1 x RJ-45 Serial Console Port
  • 3 x Gigabit Ethernet Ports
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Ubiquiti Networks USG overview

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The UniFi Enterprise Gateway Router with Gigabit Ethernet from Ubiquiti Networks is designed to be implemented with compatible UniFi Enterprise Systems to provide routing and security to your local area network. With three Gigabit Ethernet ports and the ability to route up to 1 million packets per second this gateway is a versatile networking tool. Features such as an improved user experience and the ability to obtain an overview of your network allow you to manage nearly every aspect from mapping out subnets to provisioning additional UniFi devices. You can even create LAN & WLAN groups per UniFi device for greater control over large network deployments.

As part of the UniFi Enterprise System, the UniFi Security Gateway is deployed in the same manner as UniFi APs. Detection, provisioning, and management are all conducted from the UniFi Controller.

The UniFi Controller may reside on a management station located either on‑site and connected to the same Layer-2 network, or off-site in a cloud or NOC.
Improved User Experience
Redesigned to be more intuitive and easier to navigate, the revised UI raises the bar for enterprise network management efficiency. Important network details are logically organized for a simplified, yet powerful, interface.
Packed with Features
Use the UniFi Controller to provision thousands of UniFi APs and UniFi Security Gateways, map out networks, quickly manage system traffic, and provision additional UniFi devices.
Network Overview
A comprehensive overview of your Network Health is readily available in the dashboard. Monitor your network's vitals and make on‑the‑fly adjustments as needed.
Detailed Analytics
Use the configurable reporting and analytics to monitor large user groups and expedite troubleshooting.
Multi-Site Management
A single UniFi Controller running in the cloud can manage multiple sites: multiple, distributed deployments and multi‑tenancy for managed service providers. Each site is logically separated and has its own configuration, maps, statistics, guest portal, and administrator read/write and read-only accounts.
The UniFi Controller can manage flexible configurations of large deployments. Create multiple LAN and WLAN groups and assign them to the respective UniFi devices.
Additional Features
• 3 Gigabit Ethernet ports
• 1 million packets per second for 64-byte packets
• 3 Gb/s total line rate for packets 512 bytes or larger
• Integrated and managed with UniFi Controller v4.x
• Secure off-site management and monitoring
• CLI management for advanced users
• Silent, fanless operation
UPC: 810354020803
In the Box
Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Enterprise Gateway Router with Gigabit Ethernet
  • Power Adapter
  • Power Cord
  • 2 x M2.9 x 20 Screws
  • 2 x M2.9 Screws
  • Limited 1-Year Manufacturer Warranty
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    Ubiquiti Networks USG specs

    Processor Dual-core 500 MHz, MIPS64
    System Memory 512 MB DDR2 RAM
    On-Board Flash Storage 2 GB
    Max Power Consumption 7 W
    Power Supply 12 VDC, 1 A power adapter (included)
    Power Input 9 to 24 V DC, supported voltage range
    Certifications CE, FCC, IC
    Wall-Mount Yes
    Operating Temperature 14 to 113°F / -10 to 45°C
    Operating Humidity 10 to 90% non-condensing
    Layer 3 Forwarding Performanceaetwbttsca
    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

    Please note VOIP port is disabled and reserved for future use
    Dimensions & Weight
    Dimensions 5.32 x 5.32 x 1.11" / 135.0 x 135.0 x 28.3 mm
    Weight 12.9 oz / 366 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.65 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.85 x 6.457 x 3.071"

    Ubiquiti Networks USG reviews

    UniFi Enterprise Gateway Router with Gigabit Ethernet is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 47.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Maybe not ready for prime time yet We use a lot of Ubiquiti products, but this one misses the mark. The setup is unnecessarily complex and we were never really able to get it connected to the Controller, which we use for the UniFi APs all of the time. Might be OK for anyone wanting to set up a new network on 192.168.1.x subnet, but if you need it on another subnet, it's frustratingly complicated and the device is not terribly responsive to changes in configuration. If you want a dashboarded product this might work for you. If you want to just connect directly to the IP and configure it, save your time and get an EdgeRouter Lite.
    Date published: 2015-08-06
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from UniFi USG A coworker of mine introduced me to the Ubiquiti Unifi product line. I was told about all the cool features, ease of use, and affordable pricing for enterprise level hardware. Let me tell you, for the price and size of this box, it is FAST! I have fiber running into the home offering 960Mbps down and 990Mbps up. I'm getting well over 600Mbps with the USG and that's without any configuration at all. While this product works, however, the marketing team advertises it as such that is not available on the device yet (ie. This has a VoIP port but its disabled, there's no firewall rules in the GUI, etc...). I have installed the controller on a VM running Debian 7. The GUI is very clean, fast, and user friendly. However, like I said earlier, it lacks a lot of options to configure the device. You can do additional things to the device that is not available in the GUI by logging in via SSH and configuring it from there. Then save the config file to keep the changes persistent. However, this requires additional knowledge of the device. Something that many people may not be familiar with. According to Ubiquiti, this may be 3 years away from being a mature GUI interface to control it. So if you are good with CLI and understand networking, go for it. If you aren't, I'd wait at least 2-3 years and see how this has progressed. It's basically the same unit as the EdgeRouter Lite just in a different box. Overall, I'm happy with the device as it is. I'm able to assign it the static IP that my ISP provided, I'm able to port forward the services I need to be public facing, and I can create VLANS. I'm using another VM for OpenVPN and another VM for FreeRADIUS. The other thing I'm not utilizing the USG for is firewall. Once its added to the GUI, I will be putting more rules in place. Because I like the controller software, I decided to buy the UAP-AC wireless AC access point. I'm waiting on their 48 port switch as well. Looking forward to the updates and added features. I will continually update or add reviews as the product gets better. My 3 star rating is based off the fact that the features aren't there in the GUI.
    Date published: 2015-01-08
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from VERY UNRELIABLE I purchased and entire Unifi system for a client.� All works well with exception of the Gateway.� First one work for minutes; second one freezes and often cannot get a connection to the modem.� No it is not the modems issue.� Replaced with the old Blackhawk router and back up and running.� Apparently cannot return after you do an exchange.� So I get to eat this one.� Very Disappointed.
    Date published: 2018-03-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid, but a few issues Coming from a router running custom firmware I was surprised by the lack of certain features. For one, UPnP exists, but is not configurable from the UI. You need to save a JSON file in a specific location on your controller and the router should pick it up. This may be because UPnP is a security risk in businesses, so I'll give them a bit of a pass. The less forgivable omission is the lack of IPv6 configuration, you need to use the same JSON trick. One other curious behavior is that you lose all of the Deep Packet Inspection data when the router restarts. I would have expected the controller to collect, reduce, and archive the data. My Tomato-firmware router was able to keep historical data about data usage, but there's no such feature here.
    Date published: 2017-05-03
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from USG is really needed for network and wireless stats If you are using Ubiquiti Access Points, I strongly recommend using the gateway. In my installation I used it as my primary router. But you could use it inside your network more like a switch. It provides statistics you can't get without it. That's a downside to the Ubiquiti product design. Support of SNMP is weak but getting better. Also, be sure to get a cloud key. If not, you can't get statistics from multiple PC's. The config is stored on an individual PC. The Cloud Key is basically a PC running the controller software that allows multiple people access to the stats and cloud access. That really comes in handy.
    Date published: 2017-03-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from High quality Router I have been using home products before this one so a big step up. High quality finish but I have to say it runs pretty warm so do not hide it in a too small space. The other thing I had a problem with is that it configures a network on network. I had a couple of cameras that were hard coded to network. (Hikvision). You can change the default on the cameras I just replaced my system and noticed that too late and changing the default network to 0.1 took a while with a couple of reboots of the cloud key and AP. So better plan ahead. Other then that config was smooth and tons of options.
    Date published: 2016-07-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Replaced my pfSense firewall with this I've been slowly buying Ubiquiti Access Points, a Cloud Key, and 8-port switches. Recently I completed my home network setup with the USG, replacing my favorite pfSense firewall. I installed the USG and thought I'd give the USG a trail run. After 2 weeks there is no turning back. I love the deep packet inspection statistics and tight integration with the other Ubiquiti products.
    Date published: 2017-09-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fairly setup, great throughput and secure Fairly easy setup. One thing that for some reason was not obvious to me at the beginning as the WAN setup. My implementation was connecting this device to a DSL modem for the WAN and a UniFi US-24-250W for the WAN. Easy setup on the LAN side and via the UniFi Controller. However, I could not get the internet connection up even when I used DHCP mode on the USG. What I discovered was that I needed to set the DSL modem and the WAN IP to a different subnet. SO, my DSL modem ended up being, my WAN IP on the USG was The LAN side, my USG was After I setup the separate WAN subnet everything connected and worked like a champ.That could be better explained and documented but perhaps I should have understood that from the beginning. Great device so far though and integrates very well with the rest of the Ubiquiti devices.
    Date published: 2015-05-26
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