UBIQUITI ER-X Networks EdgeRouter X 5 Ports Gigabit LAN/WAN Router, Black
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We recommend using a more powerful input power source (not included); here are a few examples of viable power input options for passive PoE passthrough: Connect an Ethernet cable from the Ethernet port on your computer to the port labeled eth0/PoE In on the EdgeRouter. If you are using PoE, then connect your computer to the EdgeRouter via a PoE switch or to the adapter’s LAN port. Clear messaging identifying potential problems and suggestions is provided for claims requiring pharmacist intervention
Ubiquiti EdgeMAX EdgeRouter X (ER-X) - 4Gon
By default EdgeOS comes up at 192.168.1.1 on the physical port labeled"eth0". Default creds are ubnt/ubnt. scp openwrt-ramips-mt7621-ubnt-erx-initramfs-factory.tar [email protected]:/tmp Something that every manufacturer of networking devices should take seriously is the heat management and Ubiquiti devices are somewhat notorious for running a bit hotter than normal (especially the access points line). Fortunately, the small ER-X remained cool even after I put some stress onto it and I suspect that the vent holes on both sides give a helping hand into maintaining a proper airflow. OpenWRT: OpenWRT CPU "33% idle", root@OpenWrt:~# iperf -c 10.1.1.30 -t 60 -P 4, [SUM] 0.0-60.1 sec 6.37 GBytes 911 Mbits/sec
To be honest, that is a good question. Personally I always use the EdgeRouter, but more about that later. So I tried to come up with scenarios when you should buy the USG, and to be honest, they are pretty hard to find. When I look in the EdgeRouter configuration, I see two policies for ‘traffic-control / optimized-queue: Note: Early releases of v2 firmware had a number of stability and performance issues. As of the date of this review according to release notes, v2 firmware still has performance degradation. According to release notes the latest v2 firmware has up to 10% lower throughput compared to v1. For that reason for this review, the EdgeRouter was updated to the latest v1 version of the firmware. EdgeOS Overview
Ubiquiti ER-X Review Getting Into the EdgeRouter X
We saw an average power consumption for the device is just under ~3w. During test execution, the average did not exceed the fluctuation we saw when the device was idle. Final WordsThis whole process started when I was trying to upgrade from OpenWRT(VM) to something bare metal. The rest of my house is all Ubiquiti Unifi gear, but Ubiquiti's current Unifi Routers (USG) dont fit my needs/cost use case. After much googling and frustration I stumbled across the Ubiquiti EdgeRouter X (ERX). I was VERY pleased to find a nice peace of hardware with solid specs (2 core, 4 threads, 256/256 Storage/RAM), NO wireless, PoE (24V), 5X 1Gbps ports,and an all metal case. Was even more happy that I could just power the ERX right off my core switch.
EdgeRouter X Datasheet - Ubiquiti
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The EdgeRouter X has evolved a lot during the past few years and Ubiquiti is slowly adding new features and building it to become a lot more than it was at the release date (using the excellent routing software). So, overall, this is a well-built device, it has a plethora of features, it’s extremely flexible thanks to the EdgeOS software (it offers so much more than the usual consumer-type router) and, considering its incredibly low price, it’s very hard to find a better alternative device on the market.