Unifi Update DNS on TRG212M router

Unifi Update DNS on TRG212M router

To all the Unifi user, by default your router is not allowed user to update the DNS setting. and its not visible by admin account.

Here is the step you can follow to change your DNS setting

1. Login to the router using below credentials

  • Username:  operator
  • Password (default unifi password ):  h566UniFi

2. Go to Setup Tab
3. Click on the WAN at the left

Unifi Update DNS on TRG212M router

4. On the 1_INTERNET_R Click on the edit button in red circle (as per picture) – edit – Credit DE SOPHEA

5.  On the DNS setting tick on Manual radio button and configure your DNS to Google DNS

  • Primary:
  • Secondary:

6. Apply the setting


The slow connection from Streamyx

I don’t know why they still didn’t improve their services…. I think if my home town got P1 WiMax services I will replace my streamyx super duper slowness..

[email protected]:~$ nslookup 60.51.15.xxx

Non-authoritative answer:
xxx.15.51.60.in-addr.arpa    name = 51.60.in-addr.arpa.tm.net.my.

Authoritative answers can be found from:
51.60.in-addr.arpa    nameserver = ns1.tm.net.my.
51.60.in-addr.arpa    nameserver = ns2.tm.net.my.
51.60.in-addr.arpa    nameserver = ns3.tm.net.my.
ns1.tm.net.my    internet address =
ns2.tm.net.my    internet address =
ns3.tm.net.my    internet address =

[email protected]:~$ ping
PING ( 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from icmp_seq=2 ttl=247 time=27.5 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=3 ttl=246 time=26.5 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=6 ttl=247 time=26.7 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=7 ttl=247 time=25.2 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=8 ttl=247 time=27.7 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=9 ttl=247 time=26.0 ms
— ping statistics —
9 packets transmitted, 6 received, 33% packet loss, time 8028ms
rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 25.271/26.645/27.740/0.867 ms
[email protected]:~$ ping
PING ( 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from icmp_seq=1 ttl=247 time=44.2 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=2 ttl=246 time=38.2 ms
64 bytes from icmp_seq=3 ttl=247 time=34.4 ms
— ping statistics —
4 packets transmitted, 3 received, 25% packet loss, time 3012ms

Streamyx/Internet Slow,Trouble from TM

To all screamyx(streamyx) user be patient

Source: TM


Dear Valued Customers,

Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) wishes to announce that there is a disruption of its Internet services due to circuit faults on the SMW3 between Tuas, Singapore and Penang linking Malaysia to Hong Kong and APCN2 near Chongming, China connecting Malaysia to the United States. As a result, customers using the Internet services may experience slow browsing while accessing websites hosted in the U.S. and Hong Kong.

In addition, customers using other IP services such as Virtual Private Network (VPN) and other critical business applications linked to the U.S. and Hong Kong may also experience some service degradation.

To alleviate the problem, some of the links have been rerouted to alternate routes to ease the congestion.

Restoration works on the affected cables are already in progress. However, during the restoration process, traffic to Northern America and Hong Kong may experience degradation. However, traffic to other countries will not be affected. TM expects complete recovery of its services by 5 April 2009 and will make further announcements on the progress of the restoration works.

TM wishes to assure its customers that it is undertaking all necessary measures to restore communications services for its customers as soon as possible.

Customers can call TM at 100 and select “Internet Services” or e-mail us at [email protected] for any Internet related problems.

Thank You.

Internet Slow.. Cable problem

I just read from bloomberg got the problem for the world communication especially the internet connection.

Credit to:Bloomberg

Severed Cables in Mediterranean Disrupt Communication (Update4)

Dec. 19 (Bloomberg) — Internet and telephone communications between the Middle East and Europe were disrupted after three undersea cables connecting Italy and Egypt in the Mediterranean Sea were damaged.

The failures cut the flow of “data of various kinds” between Europe and the Middle East, and there’s no timeframe for when communications will be restored, said Sanjeev Gaur, director of assurance at Reliance Globalcom Ltd. in India. France Telecom SA, which plans to send a maintenance boat to fix the problem, said the situation should be back to normal by Dec. 31.

Three cable systems carrying more than 75 percent of traffic between the Middle East, Europe and America were damaged, according to the U.K.’s Interoute Plc, which operates a fiber- optic data network connecting 92 cities. The cables run from Alexandria in northern Egypt to Sicily in southern Italy. In January, an anchor severed the cables outside Alexandria after bad weather conditions forced ships to moor off the coast.

“The information we have is a bit sketchy, but chances are that it will have been an anchor again,” Jonathan Wright, Interoute’s director of wholesale products, said in a telephone interview. “Close to 90 percent of all the data traffic between Europe and the Middle East is carried on these three cable systems.”

Interoute said the January incident brought down 70 percent of the Internet network in India and the Middle East.

Egyptian Outage

Customer services and some mobile-phone customers at Vodafone Group Plc’s Egyptian unit are affected by the cable failure, said Simon Gordon, a spokesman for the U.K. company. Egypt is the only country where the company is aware of any problems linked to the failure, he said. Most mobile-phone calls are routed through fixed-line cables at some point.

Verizon Communications Inc., the second-largest U.S. phone company, said it has rerouted traffic for its Verizon Business customers making calls to the Middle East by siphoning it to Europe and the U.S. and then down through Asia, spokeswoman Linda Laughlin said in an interview.

The rerouting slowed some traffic to about half its normal speed, Laughlin said. Point-to-point customers still don’t have connections, and Verizon doesn’t have information on how many subscribers are affected. The company expects repairs to be completed by early next week, she said.

Portugal Telecom SGPS SA, Portugal’s biggest phone company, has redirected traffic through other cables in the region and therefore the “impact is very small,” said a company official. Sonaecom SGPS SA, Portugal’s second-biggest fixed-line phone company, also said that it’s diverting traffic to other routes.

‘Greatly Disturbed’

France Telecom’s Orange mobile-phone unit said the cable failure “greatly disturbed” the traffic between Europe and parts of Asia. At one point as much as 55 percent of voice traffic in Saudi Arabia, 52 percent in Egypt and 82 percent in India was out of service, according to Orange.

Internet traffic “from Mumbai to London has now been rerouted via Hong Kong which may lead to congestion and increased latency on this route,” Reliance said in an e-mailed “traffic disruption update,” adding that it is working with the affected customers to restore all services. The company said it will publish another update on its Web site tomorrow.

“You can reroute the data through other cables, but that increases traffic and can potentially create bottlenecks,” Interoute’s Wright said. “So Internet connections may slow down and some phone calls could get disrupted.”

Weather, Sea Conditions

Some of Interoute’s clients in the U.K. and Southern France are probably affected by the failure, Wright said.

“It’s difficult to forecast how long it will take to fix the problem as it depends on the weather and sea conditions in the Mediterranean,” Wright said.

A fault is affecting the SMW4 cable near the Alexandria cable station, the FLAG FEA cable is down and the SMW3 cable system is also affected, according to information received from Telstra. Flag Telecom Group Ltd., a Reliance Globalcom unit, operates FLAG FEA and the other cables are owned by groups of phone companies across the regions.

Reliance Globalcom doesn’t know exactly what happened and engineers are working on the problem, said Anurag Joshi, head of the company’s global network operations center.

The SMW4 cable, also known as SEA-ME-WE 4or South East Asia-Middle East-Western Europe 4 cable network, connects 12 countries: Pakistan, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Italy and France.

France Telecom said one of its maintenance boats in the Mediterranean area is headed to the region for a relief mission with 20 kilometers of spare cable on board.

Priority will be to recover the SEA-ME-WE 4 cable, then the SEA-ME-WE 3 cable, France Telecom said, adding that Sea Me We4 could be operating by Dec. 25 and the situation should be back to normal by Dec. 31.

Unlimited Speed

Yesterday i download about two program to run in my test station. The speed wah… very high … if i can get this speed at home sure i will be the series collector wakakaka.. see the speed

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Maxis Broadband – Wireless

If i don’t have the Streamyx connection sure i subscribed this Maxis Broadband if it covered in my places. The power plan up to 3.6 Mbps that monthly fees only RM 98. Wow this planed very cheap and can use every where but must within the coverage areas.

How about the speed?

You can surf 15 times faster than traditional dial-up modem.

You can stay connected, productive and entertained using the PC and applications you already rely on. Just add wireless modem and SIM card!

No fixed line service is required. You will be connected to the Internet on your computer via a wireless modem that uses a 017 SIM card.
With our unique Home Voice Program, you can also make and/or receive calls via a fixed phone that is connected to the wireless modem.
Receive one single bill for both broadband and phone usage.
Browse the web for up to 3 hours (on battery) when you’re travelling.
Works in both High Speed Maxis 3G & Maxis 3G coverage.

Source: Maxis Broadband