Ubiquiti Networks ER-4 4-Port EdgeRouter with EdgeMAX Technology

Ubiquiti Networks ER-4 4-Port EdgeRouter with EdgeMAX Technology

Ubiquiti Networks ER-4 4-Port EdgeRouter with EdgeMAX Technology

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Ubiquiti Networks ER-4 4-Port EdgeRouter with EdgeMAX Technology


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Product Highlights

  • 4 x Gigabit Ethernet Ports
  • 1 x RJ-45 Serial Port
  • 1 x SFP Port
  • Quad-Core 1 GHz, MIPS64 CPU
  • 1 GB DDR3 RAM
  • Speed / Link / Activity LEDs
  • Built-in Reset Button
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Ubiquiti Networks EdgeRouter 4 overview

  • 1Description

The 4-port ER-4 EdgeRouter with EdgeMAX Technology from Ubiquiti Networks is capable of supporting numerous high-bandwidth clients in an enterprise environment with the ability to support up to 3.4 million packets per second along with a line rate of 4 Gb/s.

Managing this switch and the network it resides on is simple, thanks to a variety of management tools including DHCP server capabilities, monitoring tools such as ping, trace, discover, and the ability to set up and configure operator and admin user accounts. To secure the network, Ubiquiti has implemented a variety of features including advanced firewall policies and groups as well as NAT rules for specific packet addressing.

Installation of this EdgeRouter is simple, as it comes compatible with a standard rackmount design. Once installed, Ubiquiti offers intuitive management features including an easy-to-use interface complete with graphical menus that can be accessed through a web browser. Additional tools include support of OSPF, RIP, and BGP routing protocols, firewall policies, DHCP services, Quality of Service (QoS) support, and much more.

Advanced Routing Technology for the Masses
The Ubiquiti Networks EdgeRouter 4 combines carrier class reliability with enterprise level features in a compact and affordable unit. The EdgeRouter 4 offers Gigabit Ethernet ports and an SFP port for a fiber link. The EdgeRouter 4 is also capable of routing up to 3.4 million packets per second and has a line rate of 4 Gb/s.

Powered by a proprietary and intuitive graphical interface, EdgeOS, EdgeRouters can easily be configured for routing, security, and management features required to efficiently run your network. For advanced network professionals, an integrated CLI is available for quick and direct access using familiar commands.

Even greater convenience and flexibility is provided by the UNMS app, which makes it possible to manage the EdgeRouter remotely from your mobile device.
Manage Your Network
DHCP Server
Set up multiple DHCP servers to assign IP ranges in different subnets on the different interfaces. Easily control dynamic and static IP addressing for your network devices.
Monitoring Tools
Conveniently track network activity and devices from tools such as Ping, Trace, Discover, Packet Capture, and Log Monitor.
Secure Your Network
Firewall Policies
Organize the rules you apply in the order you specify.
Firewall Groups
Apply the policies to groups filtered by IP address, network address, or port number.
NAT Rules
The EdgeRouter changes packet addressing based on your customized source and destination NAT rules.
Direct Traffic Flow
Each port functions as an independent interface. You can also configure Virtual Local Area Network (VLAN) interfaces for network segmentation.
Configure static routes and dynamic routing protocols to effectively manage the routes used by the EdgeRouter.
Intuitive User Interface
The EdgeRouter 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 screen displays detailed statistics: IP information, MTU, transmit and receive speeds, and status for each physical and virtual interface.
Powerful Features
EdgeOS is a sophisticated operating system loaded with robust features, including:
• VLAN interfaces for network segmentation
• Static routes and support of routing protocols: OSPF, RIP, BGP, and MPLS
• Firewall policies and NAT rules
• Application identification with Deep Packet Inspection (DPI)
• DHCP services
• Quality of Service (QoS)
• Network administration and monitoring tools
• Administrator and operator accounts
• Comprehensive IPv6 support
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 following:
- Serial console port
- Telnet
- Graphical user interface
Management Flexibility
Ubiquiti Network Management System
The EdgeRouter 4 is supported and managed by the Ubiquiti Network Management System. UNMS is a comprehensive management controller featuring a graphic UI that is easy to navigate. You can use a single control plane to manage registered EdgeMAX devices across multiple networks and sites.
Mobile App
The UNMS app allows you to manage the EdgeRouter using your mobile device. The app can be downloaded from the App Store (iOS) or Google Play (Android). Once the UNMS app is installed on your mobile device, simply connect to a wireless network that has access to the EdgeRouter, discover the EdgeRouter, and log into its configuration interface. You can display and configure various settings, such as interface information, throughput per port, system settings, and more.
UPC: 817882020633
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Ubiquiti Networks ER-4 4-Port EdgeRouter with EdgeMAX Technology
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Ubiquiti Networks EdgeRouter 4 specs

    Max Power Consumption 13 W
    Power Internal AC power adapter
    Power Input 100-240 VAC
    Button Reset
    LEDs Data Ports
    SFP Data Port
    Networking Interface Management
    1 x RJ45 serial port
    4 x Ethernet ports (default eth0)
    3 x 10/100/1000 RJ45 Ports
    1 x 1 Gb/s SFP port
    Processor Quad-core 1 GHz, MIPS64
    System Memory 1 GB DDR3 RAM
    On-Board Flash Storage 4 GB eMMC, 8 MB SPI NOR
    Rack-Mountable Yes
    Temperature & Humidity Operating Temperature
    14 to 122°F / -10 to 50°C
    Operating Humidity
    10 to 90% non-condensing
    Certifications CE, FCC, IC
    Dimensions 9.02 x 5.37 x 1.22" / 229.0 x 136.5 x 31.1 mm
    Weight 1.75 lb / 795 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 3.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.3 x 10.1 x 2.7"

    Ubiquiti Networks EdgeRouter 4 reviews

    ER-4 4-Port EdgeRouter with EdgeMAX Technology is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 9.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall great, QoS okay. Bought this router to support giga-bit ethernet from google fiber. Only reason not to give this five stars is that when quality of service is enabled (to setup a per-user bandwidth limit) throughput drops well below what the limit is setup for. � For example, without QoS, can get 937 mb/sec. �Setup QoS for 500 mb/sec, get 250 mb/sec. �Not practically an issue, since do not really need QoS with such high bandwidth, and the fact that most web services limit bandwidth well below 100 mb. �But if QoS worked a bit better, would absolutely give 5 stars.
    Date published: 2018-01-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great results for home user I wanted this unit for the quad core CPU at 1GHz. I would say this is a good refresh or upgrade from the Edgerouter X and Lite. The CPU doesn't spike under normal home use. I do not use any of the advanced features like DPI that could load this down.�Right now I use SQM to help with bufferbloat and get my desired speeds from my cable provider (350Mb down and 20Mb up) . The only other reason for this kind of router is VLAN support for LAN segmentation at home, which I plan to use for my IP cameras and NVR, and IoT devices.
    Date published: 2018-05-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Capable Border Router for a Small Business or Home I was looking for new border gateway equipment to handle an ISP change that could handle 1 Gb service and picked up the Ubiquiti Networks EdgeMAX EdgeRouter 4 a couple weeks ago from B&H for 200 with free next day shipping.� UBNT was out of stock and Amazon sellers were price gouging.� I also picked up the UF-RJ45-1G SFP for a little less than 20 w/shipping at Provantage since it was less than UBNT �and didn’t like the more expensive ‘other’ brands found on Amazon. � The ER-4 came with v1.9.8 firmware (12/28/17) and the first thing I did was upgrade to v1.10.0 firmware (02/15/18) before I configured and connected to a live network.� I initially used the Basic Setup wizard to see how easy it was but then decided to manually configure it.� If you have experience configuring networking/security gear, then this should be straight forward for the most part.� There are more advanced settings that can be configured and the EdgeOS User Guide touches on most topics. � I configured a WAN port and three LAN subnets with some basic firewall/NAT rules since it’s a router after all, and I like letting routers do their job of routing.� I have other security devices downstream handling their respective duties.� I configured some port forwarding rules on one interface providing external services and that’s pretty much it.� I configured NTP and turned off pretty much everything else to include SSH, DHCP, DNS forwarding etc.� You can change the default admin name and aren’t restricted in password character usage or length like you are with some vendors.� I’m looking into getting SYSLOG configured to be used with certs and SSL.� Throughput testing has been between 900-940Mb with my configuration.� I haven’t bothered with QoS or VPN because I don’t use either. � The build quality, performance, features and professional grade OS make this router a bargain, especially for home network use.� The Dashboard and Traffic Analysis tabs have enough information (eye candy) for those who care.� I have RT2600acs on a couple of my segments and didn’t need an edge router with unused features that added cost to a unit.� It’s time to get rid of toy ‘consumer’ routers and start playing with ‘big boy toys’.� You’ll get business grade quality and software support while the consumer gear gets forgotten with their short product cycles and insecure hardware/software.� UBNT released the $100 ER Lite 5 years ago and it’s still getting updates.� Good luck getting updates on consumer routers costing 3-4X that.
    Date published: 2018-03-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good replacement for Controller on PC This is a very good replacement for using a PC or Raspberry Pi as your server for the Controller. I use it on a small 4 device network.� It was very easy to migrate from the PC controller by taking a backup and shutting down the PC controller. Then I updated the firmware and controller software. Restoring the backup, put all my devices into the controller. The reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that I understand that after a power failure, the controlled requires a factory reset and backup restore. I haven't had a failure yet and I plugged it into a UPS.
    Date published: 2018-03-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice upgrade from ERL Got AT&T fiber over a year ago and bought an Edgerouter Lite.� While it performed decent it was slow at times and not quite able to keep up with a household of 3 power users.� After replacing it with the ER-4 we have noticed significant improvements not only in our network but also with being able to manage the router.
    Date published: 2018-03-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid router with excellent performance I bought this router to improve network performance on a fiber connection. Some of my remote co-workers observed that performance between our locations was not good, despite me being on a gigabit fiber connection and having good local speeds. After much research, it was determined that the router was the issue. I read great things about the ER-4, and made the purchase. I am extremely happy. Setup will take a little while. I was able to get configs manually copied from the old router to the new one in a couple hours. It did involve some command line work (the web UI includes a CLI view) in order to set certain parameters. As newer firmware versions roll out, this may not be required in the future.� Once the box is setup, it just works. Performance is now blazing fast, no matter where the connection is coming from. The UI is also a treat. I would highly recommend this router to anyone technically proficient who needs better routing performance without getting into the >$1,000 price point.
    Date published: 2018-02-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far so excellent! I upgraded from an EdgeRouter-Lite. Transferring the ER-L configuration to the ER-4 was as simple as downloading config from the ER-L and uploading the file to the ER-4.
    Date published: 2018-04-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from works as expected it is located between cable modem and rest of network, openvpn form ios and andorid seems to work on my 1st attempt. however, one need to read a lot of forum post to not make pilot mistakes, GUI interface does not expose all the features, CLI interface need to be used for openvpn setup.
    Date published: 2018-02-28
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