Change eth0 to the interface you would like to change.
SSH into EdgePoint and type in configure to get into a configuration prompt
Now set interface eth0 to dhcp
set interfaces ethernet eth0 address dhcp
Delete the static IP address on eth0 if needed
delete interfaces ethernet eth0 address 192.168.1.1/24
Scenario: Remote device in a PTP configuration has been reset to factory defaults and is not connected.
Objective: Reconnect remote device and reconfigure using backup file
We’ll refer to Radio A as the radio you initially have access to
Radio B will be the remote radio that was reset.
Reinitiate temporary wireless connection
We know that the default Ubiquiti Wireless settings are
To reconnect the device wirelessly we can setup the Radio A as an AP with the above wireless settings.
Setup temporary network connection
Radio B should now connect wirelessly, but is going to be on a static 192.168.1.20 address. There are a handful of ways to overcome this.
- Setup a 192.168.1.x network and log into the device. If you are remote you may be able to setup that address range on the router and then ssh into the router or AP then ssh into the remote device
- Use a Mikrotik hotspot
- Use an SSH proxy
Configure remote device via SSH
Open up your backup file with a text editor and copy the whole config
Once access is gained to Radio B, open up the /tmp/system.cfg file, delete all the contents and paste in the contents of the backup configuration.
Save file and write changes to radio with
The device should now apply the backup settings and disconnect again as it should now have the proper SSID and settings.
Restore Radio A’s settings and verify that both sides reconnect.
The network configuration settings for the server edition of Ubuntu are now stored in the following location. Create the file if it does not exist.
sudo vi /etc/netplan/01-network-manager-all.yaml
Add or edit the config file to the following. Change eno1 to your interface name and the address and gateway to the appropriate IP’s
For more information, see netplan(5).
Now apply the changes with the following command.
sudo netplan apply
ubntmod command with save without rebooting.
./ubntmod.sh -i 192.168.1.20 -s "private;email@example.com;[30.69636, -88.04811]" -X '/usr/etc/rc.d/rc.softrestart save'
Open config file
Find the SNMP settings and modify as needed. Example below
Save and exit file with :x