Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Ubnt AirOS version 4.0.2 Release

ubnt airos version 4.0.2, 4.0.1, and 5.3.5

Version 5.3.5-Service Release (December 19, 2011)

- Fix: HTTP server security exploit

Supported products :

  * Bullet M
  * Rocket M
  * NanoStation M
  * AirGrid M / AirGrid HP M
  * NanoBridge M
  * PowerBridge M
  * PicoStation M
  * NanoStation Loco M
  * AirRouter
  * PowerAP N
  * Rocket M365
  * Rocket M900
  * NanoStation M365
  * NanoStation Loco M900
  * NanoBridge M365
  * NanoBridge M900
  * NanoBridge M3


Version 4.0.2 (Production only) (20/04/2012)
   * Add new UBNT MAC OUI support (DC-9F-DB)

Version 4.0.1 Service (12/19/2011)

  * Fix: HTTP server security exploit

Supported products :
  * PowerStation
  * LiteStation
  * NanoStation
  * MiniStation
  * WispStation
  * NanoStation Loco
  * PicoStation
  * Bullet
  * AP1000

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Friday, December 16, 2011

820.11 a/b/g/n wlan

Home and business networkers looking to buy wireless local area network (WLAN) gear face an array of choices. Many products conform to the 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, or 802.11n wireless standards collectively known as Wi-Fi technologies. Additionally, Bluetooth and various other non Wi-Fi technologies also exist, each also designed for specific networking applications.
This article describes the Wi-Fi and related technologies, comparing and contrasting them to help you make educated network building decisions.


In 1997, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) created the first WLAN standard. They called it 802.11 after the name of the group formed to oversee its development. Unfortunately, 802.11 only supported a maximum network bandwidth of 2 Mbps - too slow for most applications. For this reason, ordinary 802.11 wireless products are no longer manufactured.


IEEE expanded on the original 802.11 standard in July 1999, creating the 802.11b specification. 802.11b supports bandwidth up to 11 Mbps, comparable to traditional Ethernet.
802.11b uses the same unregulated radio signaling frequency (2.4 GHz) as the original 802.11 standard. Vendors often prefer using these frequencies to lower their production costs. Being unregulated, 802.11b gear can incur interference from microwave ovens, cordless phones, and other appliances using the same 2.4 GHz range. However, by installing 802.11b gear a reasonable distance from other appliances, interference can easily be avoided.

Pros of 802.11b - lowest cost; signal range is good and not easily obstructed
Cons of 802.11b - slowest maximum speed; home appliances may interfere on the unregulated frequency band


While 802.11b was in development, IEEE created a second extension to the original 802.11 standard called 802.11a. Because 802.11b gained in popularity much faster than did 802.11a, some folks believe that 802.11a was created after 802.11b. In fact, 802.11a was created at the same time. Due to its higher cost, 802.11a is usually found on business networks whereas 802.11b better serves the home market.
802.11a supports bandwidth up to 54 Mbps and signals in a regulated frequency spectrum around 5 GHz. This higher frequency compared to 802.11b shortens the range of 802.11a networks. The higher frequency also means 802.11a signals have more difficulty penetrating walls and other obstructions.

Because 802.11a and 802.11b utilize different frequencies, the two technologies are incompatible with each other. Some vendors offer hybrid 802.11a/b network gear, but these products merely implement the two standards side by side (each connected devices must use one or the other).

Pros of 802.11a - fast maximum speed; regulated frequencies prevent signal interference from other devices
Cons of 802.11a - highest cost; shorter range signal that is more easily obstructed


In 2002 and 2003, WLAN products supporting a newer standard called 802.11g emerged on the market. 802.11g attempts to combine the best of both 802.11a and 802.11b. 802.11g supports bandwidth up to 54 Mbps, and it uses the 2.4 Ghz frequency for greater range. 802.11g is backwards compatible with 802.11b, meaning that 802.11g access points will work with 802.11b wireless network adapters and vice versa.
Pros of 802.11g - fast maximum speed; signal range is good and not easily obstructed
Cons of 802.11g - costs more than 802.11b; appliances may interfere on the unregulated signal frequency


The newest IEEE standard in the Wi-Fi category is 802.11n. It was designed to improve on 802.11g in the amount of bandwidth supported by utilizing multiple wireless signals and antennas (called MIMO technology) instead of one.
When this standard is finalized, 802.11n connections should support data rates of over 100 Mbps. 802.11n also offers somewhat better range over earlier Wi-Fi standards due to its increased signal intensity. 802.11n equipment will be backward compatible with 802.11g gear.

Pros of 802.11n - fastest maximum speed and best signal range; more resistant to signal interference from outside sources
Cons of 802.11n - standard is not yet finalized; costs more than 802.11g; the use of multiple signals may greatly interfere with nearby 802.11b/g based networks.

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Unifi Controller Version 2.2.0

New Features on Unifi Controller Version 2.2.0 ( saya install di linux )

Wireless Uplink
Supports wireless uplink, each wired AP can have up to 4 downlinks
Allows runtime change of network topology
Allows wireless adoption of 2.0.0 APs in default state

L3 Manageability
Allows the controller to run in a different subnet
Allows no-touch AP provisioning by using DHCP Option 43 or DNS
Provides UniFi Discovery utility to make local AP to inform back to the controller in NOC or Cloud

Hotspot with Billing and Customization
Built-in support for billing integration (Paypal) accepting major credit cards and paypal, teaser package
Built-in support for voucher-base authentication
Built-in hotspot manager for voucher creation, guest management, payment refund
Allows full customization of portal pages
API support for voucher generation, guest authorization, guest unauthorization, etc.

Rate Limiting
You can limit the upload / download speed per WLAN. You can even override it per user.
Allow different rate-limiting and usage-limiting for each hotspot package

Other Features
Better/finer TX Power control
Advanced WPA settings - WPA1-Only / WPA2-Only, TKIP / CCMP(AES). Allow all printable characters for Passphrase
WLAN Override: add enable/disable, PSK override
Google Map integration (you can use Google Map in the Map view)
Load balancing (specifying desired number of clients per AP)
Offline client management
Allowed/whitelisted subnets for guest access
Running UniFi as Windows service
Shows "Managed by Other" for APs that were managed by old controller. An "advanced adoption" option is added to allow take-over.
Email notification for alerts
SSL certificate import
More API support

How to perform the update
1. Auto upgrade: UniFi checks for updates daily. If you've seen an event about an update being available, go to Admin tab, find a Upgrade button. If not, refresh the page.
2. Manual upgrade: Backup your DB (Admin->Backup), uninstall the old version, install the new one, use the "restore from previous backup" in the Setup Wizard
* It's encouraged to do a backup before you upgrade.

Assuming you have your configuration backup from, say, 1.3.2, you can remove 2.2.0, install 1.3.2, restore it. Then upgrade all the firmwares on the AP.

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Monday, December 12, 2011

Mikrotik RouterOS Version 5.11 Release

new mikrotik routeros version 5.11 release

What's new in 5.11 (2011-Dec-12 11:05):

*) hotspot - fixed https login (broken in v5.9);
*) eoip: swap tunnel id bytes to be compatible with previous versions;
*) eoip,gre: fix setting config

new mikrotik routeros version 5.9

What’s new in 5.9 (2011-Nov-29 14:32):

*) wireless – nv2 improvements for 11n cards;
*) wireless – change default rate-selection to advanced;
*) ssh – fix memory leak when client uses public key authentication;
*) ppp – added support for new RADIUS attribute MT-Delegated-IPv6-Pool (#22);
*) ntp client – faster initial synchronization;
*) ppp – added support for dhcpv6 pd;
*) hotspot – fixed login page to better handle big load;
*) snmp – fix simple queue table;
*) webfig – fixed problem were users wihtout sensitive permission could download
senstive files (like backups);
*) webfig – fixed problem were table filters did not work allways as expected;
*) metarouter – fixed problem where local routeros instances did not boot;
*) dhcpv6 – client and server moved to respective /ipv6 dhcp- entry;
*) dhcpv6 server – changed how bindings are defined, users should add
missing static binding information after upgrade;
*) sms – send sms now uses channel from config if it’s not specified in the command;

Mikrotik RouterOS version 5.10 Release

What’s new in 5.10:

*) snmp – provide extended interface statistics when availabe;
*) dhcpv6 client – use link-scoped multicast address;
*) dhcp client – renew dhcp lease on ethernet link up event;
*) ipv6 gre tunnel added (/interface gre6) supports ip and ipv6 encapsulation;
*) ip gre tunnel supports ipv6 encapsulation;
*) allow setting bigger trafflow cache;
*) improved RB1200 stability when using ether9,ether10;
*) fixed RB1200 stability issues when using crypto hardware acceleration;

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Friday, December 9, 2011

Lin Ketong Part 2

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Monday, December 5, 2011

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