My apologies for resurrecting this after all this time. Here is the current status;
The Balance 30 IP address is 192.168.10.1. It manages all devices on the LAN side in the IP range 192.168.10.20 to 192.168.10.254.
I have a number of devices (the Rogue Wave, Bitstorm Badboy etc) that play perfectly out of the box when they are connected to a WAN port on the Balance 30. When I say play perfectly I mean their web based GUIs are accessible from any browser in the Balance’s managed IP range, hotspots are connected to as they are supposed to and data flows.
Whenever a Ubiquiti manufactured device (like a Nanostation loco M5 or a Bullet M5) is connected to the WAN side however, that device cannot be seen or pinged from any other device on the LAN. The Ubiquiti discovery tool similarly will not find it. If I cant see it then I cannot get to its GUI and connect it to a hotspot.
If I disconnect either Ubiquiti product from the WAN port and connect it to the LAN side, it is discoverable, pingable, and everything else.
What am I failing to do that will get these products to operate on the WAN side?
I have tried this with the Ubiquiti devices’ stock IP address of 192.168.1.20 and with a changed address of 192.168.10.6 with no different result.