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  1. Reporting: Display 3G / UMTS line usage for RED

    It would be nice to have an Report about all the REDs and how long they use the failover 3G connection. This would be helpful to reduce costs with UMTS-Dongles with on demand contracts and to debug problems with the primary connection.

    6 votes

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    0 comments  ·  Remote Ethernet Device (RED)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  2. RED: NAT / Masquerading Support

    Add Masquerading Support for RED Devices. If someone has RED devices in Split Mode in use, and surf locally (without filters / security) this only works on routed / NAT'ed uplinks. Cable modems or 3G / UMTS Sticks do not allow traffic directly to Internet due missing Masquerading (Internal vs. public IP)

    3 votes

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  3. RED: Kensington physical lock for RED devices

    Protect your RED device from theft with a physical cable like you can with notebooks This is one way to secure this small device better

    4 votes

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    Under Review  ·  0 comments  ·  Remote Ethernet Device (RED)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  4. some RED debugging

    for a working RED, the ASG Webadmin should show currently connected USB devices (=UMTS sticks or...) in the status screen - for debugging, "is a stick connected" as well as "which stick is this?" and "is it recognized/supported by the RED firmware?" would be helpful.

    4 votes

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  5. RED: Configure UTMS/3G failover (or keepalive)

    At the moment it is not possible to use multiple failover options for UMTS. This means that it can take up to 2 minutes for the UMTS to startup if the wired line fails.

    I have some customers which want to use the RED and also would like to use the failover, but it needs to work quicker.

    It would be a good enhancement if the client gets an option how long the Astaro will wait till the failover takes please, and has an option to keep the UMTS connection open(to help reduce connectino setup time)

    10 votes

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  6. 9 votes

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    3 comments  ·  Remote Ethernet Device (RED)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  7. Inverse Split Tunneling

    Currently Split Tunneling is setup so that by default all traffic is sent to the internet and traffic to be sent to ASG is the split traffic's definition. It would be very convenient to add another setting where the reverse is true. By default all traffic goes to the ASG and the traffic defined as split gets sent directly out to the internet.

    This would be huge advantage for a few reasons. Sending known good traffic directly to the internet would reduce the bandwidth needed at the central office. It would lower the latency for said traffic (very useful for…

    13 votes

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  8. RED: Selective Split-tunneling

    I would like to have granular control on what traffic is split-tunneled through the RED. Specifically based on port number.

    24 votes

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  9. RED: Power over ethernet support

    A powerswitch via ethernet would help to reset a red.

    2 votes

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  10. 13 votes

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    1 comment  ·  Remote Ethernet Device (RED)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  11. RED: Configurable port for communications

    If the RED could communicate (establish a VPN) on a port other than its default, this would allow easy integration into a network with a locked down firewall without having to involve local IT resources.

    Since ports 80 and 443 are often left open in small network environments, the device could be even more easily drop-shipped for installation.

    5 votes

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  12. RED to working thru captive Portals

    I travel alot... and I would love to extend my network into my hotel room. Systems like iBahn, which is found in alot of US hotels use a captive portal, RED needs a way to work with those portals and then connect to the gateway unit... even if it means a little web app in the unit its self... PLEASE work on this...

    5 votes

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  13. Allow DNAT at RED location

    It was my vision of the RED device that I would be able to replace the router/firewall devices at remote client sites and manage the sites from a central console or ASG. I was surprised last night when I learned that I cannot forward ports through a RED node.

    In my scenario I have two branch offices which are using RED devices with two ASG220s (HA) at the Data Center. One branch office just has employees, so that one is fine. The second branch office currently houses the Small Business Server and a PBX phone requiring SIP. The SBS will…

    6 votes

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  14. RED: DSL/VDSL (PPPOE) Support

    RED should be able to do DSL/VDSL (PPPOE), as this way it can be used with an ISP which is very common worldwide in requiring authentication against their modem.

    251 votes

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    35 comments  ·  Remote Ethernet Device (RED)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Under Review  ·  Martin Becker responded

    After a careful review we decided to not include this feature in UTM 9.2. We are now considering it for the next feature release whose launch date has not been decided upon yet.

  15. RED: Uplink via WiFi

    RED rocks. It's simple and it works. I would like to see an option where the uplink would not have to be a hard cable to an Internet connection. Make it an option where the WAN link could be WiFi

    18 votes

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  16. RED: Add power-over-ethernet (PoE) to RED appliances

    Our company uses PoE VoIP telephones. It would be a nice feature to be able to plug a PoE VoIP phone directly into the Red. This would provide much needed connectivity for our road warriors and employees that work out of their homes. Money would be saved since we wouldn't need to pay for dedicated business lines. A bonus would be that many commercial wireless AP's support PoE as well.

    46 votes

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  17. RED: Notify of Duplicate Networks

    While playing around with RED, we've recently had the problem that we accidently used a network 192.168.x.x/24 for the RED network that was already used for another VPN connection. That caused some trouble because we could not find why we did not get a connection through RED.

    So it would be great if Astaro could implement a feature that checks if a network is already used somewhere (VPN, routing, etc.) and throws out a warning if someone uses it elsewhere.

    3 votes

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  18. RED: 1:1 NAT Support for RED devices

    two remote LANs with the same IP range/netmask cannot be connected to the same central ASG by using RED devices in the remote offices. ASG wouldn´t be able to route the traffic on the central ASG correctly.

    All examples have in common (which is likely), that several of the "remote LAN's" will have the same IP ranges (e.g. surely 192.168.1.0/24 and 10.1.1.0/24 will be used often).

    As the RED device bridges the LAN to the central ASG, there is no possibility to route the network traffic correctly on the central ASG.

    So we need a SNAT/MASQ mechanism on the RED…

    42 votes

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  19. Troubleshooting for RED

    to be able to do basic troubleshooting on RED devices it would be fine to include CLI access and some basic commands like:
    tcpdump
    traceroute
    ping
    telnet (for Port checks)
    ...

    this would be fine, if something fails between remote location and central device. It would be nice to be able to prove functionality for other involved parties.

    12 votes

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