UXG Pro exited Early Access

Well, guess I lost a bet on that one. At 21 months since announcement, that has been one incredibly long EA cycle. Still $499 — because why shouldn’t you pay a premium to get lower-spec hardware that runs less software?

Speaking of long EA cycles, I’m still very happy with my UISP Console / UISP-R Pro. Still plenty of functionality to wish for but as a basic router they’ve been rock solid.

4 thoughts on “UXG Pro exited Early Access

    • Can’t say that I’ve tried hairpin NAT on a UISP router, anything I host that’s public-facing goes through Cloudflare.

    • Officially, no.

      Unofficially, not in any sensible manner. For the UXG-Pro there’s currently no way to run a script on boot so the only option would be to create static routes for 0.0.0.0/1 and 128.0.0.0/1 pointing to another router on the LAN side. Those routes are more specific than the default 0.0.0.0/0 route for WAN so they’ll always be preferred. That does come with side effects — WAN is completely bypassed, so understand what that means for metrics, firewall, etc — but it doesn’t require going outside of the GUI.

      For the UDM* devices, install on-boot-script and create a script to run these commands:

      iptables -t nat -I POSTROUTING 1 -o eth8 -j ACCEPT
      iptables -t nat -I POSTROUTING 1 -o eth9 -j ACCEPT

      (Those eth# interface names are for a UDM Pro, probably need adjusting for a UDM)

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