BT FTTP + Ubiquity USG +IPv6

We’ve recently moved to the new BT FTTP service and enjoy a nice, stable 500Mbps download speed. We’re equipped with a Ubiquity UniFi system in the house which uses a USG (Ubiquity Security Gateway) as out main firewall/router. We connect the Openreach ONT (the white box that Openreach install where the fibre terminates and provides an ethernet connection) directly to the USG and don’t use the provided BT home router at all. This config works great and removed the problems of having a double NAT when dealing with firewalls and port forwards. This also lets us use the USG to load balance a 4G connection (which we use for some specific traffic and as a failover).

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