Ubiquiti and ZwiftingApril 19, 2022 @ 02:04 pm ๐Ÿ”— Post LinkUbiquiti, Zwift

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Iโ€™ve been having a world of trouble getting Zwift and our new Ubiquiti Dream Machine to play nice. My laptop is on our Ubiquiti network and would drop connection to my Tacx immediately when I tried to bike. It is really just a matter of port forwarding to a static IP. So my process to get it working:

1) Set your laptop/pc/whatever that is running the Zwift app to a static IP in Ubiquiti. Open the Ubiquiti app > Select Client Devices > Find the device in the list running Zwift > Double click on it and notice the new panel open on the right > Select Settings > Click on Use Fixed IP Address > Be sure to note the IP address > Probably something like 192.168.1.33. Use your IP address, 33 is just an example.

2) Port Forward to the newly set static IP 192.168.1.33 > In Ubiquiti App select Settings > Firewall and Security > Under port forwarding > Create three new Port Forwarding rules > Settings as follows. The three ports to forward (all the same just change the port setting on each rule): 21587, 3022 and port 3023. Ubiquiti Port Forwarding settings Ubiquiti Port Forwarding settings

3) MAYBE REQUIRED? I had thought I needed to Port Forward from my cable modem to the Zwift IP (192.168.1.33). But that doesnโ€™t appear to be required as they are are separate subnets and canโ€™t talk to each other anywayโ€ฆ

Hopefully this helps someone.

Ride on

Ride on