Good Morning All,
New user here...trying to configure FWG with my ISP (fiber, 1 GB) and my existing Ubiquiti-based network which uses a USG Pro 4.
The basic environment is this. My ISP provides a single ethernet cable (connected to a fiber cable that is run to my house) for me to connect to my own network. There is NO router provided by the ISP...just the cable.
The USG Pro 4 handles DHCP for downstream devices (10.0.x.x).
My initial FWG setup is as follows. I think this configuration qualifies as "Router Mode":
- The ISP Ethernet cable is connected to the FWG WAN port.
- FWG LAN1 is connected to WAN1 on the USG Pro 4.
- LAN1 on the USG Pro 4 is connected to the balance of my home network.
- All home network devices continue to operate normally
- Internet service is available to all devices on the network.
However, alarms do not produce the per-device level of identification or detail that I was expecting. See screenshot below. Basically, all it says is that "some" device on the Ubiquiti network is gaming (in this example).
So have I configured this wrong?
My home network is somewhat large (about 100 devices) and about 25 of those have fixed IP addresses so I really don't want to scramble my network by redoing the DHCP range.
Any suggestions or guidance would be appreciated. I bought the FWG specifically for more granular control of devices on my network including controlling gaming and social media access for grandchildren. At this point, I can't even identify specific devices.
Two devices show for "high level" network components. The FWG and the Ubiquiti Network:
When notified of Alarms, this is what I see. Clicking on "Gaming Activity" provides more details about "where the game is" but doesn't tell me which device on my network is gaming.
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