If your USG310 already has 4-in-1 license which are not expired, you just need to purchase single license of SecuReporter to use SecuReporter Premium service.
This issue will be resolved in next release in Jan. 2020.
Yes, GS2210 series can support 1522 bytes max frame size to allow additional 4 bytes VLAN(Q-tag) header.
If you got a AP or just a wired network to the USG you can put a managed switch between them to do MAC drop.
If you use port 8443 on the firewall to access device, change the HTTPS port in CONFIGURATION > System > WWW > Service Control.
Create a new service object for port 8443 in CONFIGURATION > Object > Service > Add.
Go to CONFIGURATION > Object > Service Group > Default_Allow_WAN_To_ZyWALL and move the service object port 8443 to Member.
In CONFIGURATION > Object > Auth. Method > Two-factor Authentication > VPN Access, tick “Enable” and enter the WAN IP address of ZyWALL.
In CONFIGURATION > System > Notification > Mail Server, configure mail server.
Enter the email address for the user for 2FA authentication.
When VPN client is trying to build the tunnel, the user receives the email and click the button “Authorize”.
The user is successfully authenticated.
Hi @damianodec ,
I sugguest you can set bridge to achieve your goal .
Add bridge and bind wan1 and lan1 together.
Add static IP address and add gateway direct to the router ip.
Then you can see it successfully setup.
You can test ping to check if it can reach internet or not.
are the configuration and test result.
10.214.48.69)USG110(lan1:192.168.1.1)------(192.168.1.33; SSH: port 22)server
port 9001 to 22
the server via SSH 10.214:48.69:9001 successfully.
need to check if there are other NAT rules with the same original port 9001
even if the internal IPs are different.
I see @RUnglaube and @TomorrowOcean give you some nice suggestion and workaround to cover your scenario, this is very great.
We put your request on a internal "Wishlist", but so far we can´t tell you that this feature will be enhanced or not.
I also found, you already have a 2nd Thread with some Feature Request confirmation.
If you have good ideas, you want to share with us, please use for new Threads the following section:
Here is a article how it works:
You can also re-post your "Description App Wish" there. The upvoting of request, can help you to quicker get such feature implemented.
Thanks and have a good day.
Multy is a tri-band AP, tri-band includes 5G(High frequency), 5G(Low frequency), and 2.4G.
Those three bands has different usage, 5G(High frequency) is for the backhaul connection between Multy and Multy, and 5G(Low frequency) and 2.4G are for the clients which mean the WiFi that wireless devices used.
Because Multy has an independent path(5G High) for each Multys and an independent path(5G Low) for wireless devices, the transfer speed can be 100% to the second Multy.
Compare with dual band AP, the single 5G has to receive the connection from the root ap, and broadcast the wifi signal to client in the same time, that's why the performance will decrease on the second AP.