One day I decided to update the firmware on the Nanostation M2 and noticed the following error:Continue reading “UBNT. Solution “Not enough free memory to upload Firmware image””
Below is a list of possible OIDs and MIBs:Continue reading “UBIQUITI (UBNT) OID’s & MIB’s”
Once they asked me to remotely check the Ubiquiti NanoStation M2, in which the web interface did not open either via http or https, it was assumed that it was disabled in the settings.
The device itself responded to ping.
By SSH, too, it turned out to connect.
To connect via SSH to Ubiquiti equipment (UBNT) from Windows, you can use the popular PuTTY utility.
From Linux, you can connect by typing the command:
In the test, I’ll change the MAC address on Ubiquiti Rocket M5.Continue reading “How to Change MAC Address on Ubiquiti (UBNT) Device”
For example, I’ll take the Ubiquiti Rocket M5 configuration file and describe some parameters (with other Ubiquiti equipment these parameters can be identical:Continue reading “Ubiquiti Rocket M5 configuration file description”
Since the settings are almost the same on airMAX® M Series Ubiquiti devices, this instruction will work with Rocket, NanoBridge, LiteBeam, NanoBeam, airGrid, etc.Continue reading “Port forwarding on Ubiquiti (UBNT) devices”
I will give an example of resetting the Ubiquiti (UBNT) settings of devices via SSH:Continue reading “How to reset Ubiquiti (UBNT) device settings”
On the test, I will update the firmware PowerBeam 5AC 500 (with version 7.1.4) and PowerBeam 5AC 620 (with version 7.0.3).Continue reading “PowerBeam 5AC Firmware Update”
Somehow, our Ubiquiti (UBNT) antennas beat thunderstorms, which then had to be repaired, changed and naturally tuned again. Therefore, I decided to make an automatic copy of the configuration.Continue reading “Backup Ubiquiti Device Configuration (UBNT)”