UDM Pro - Can it deal with 1GB fiber connection with full protection?

Newbie here:

UDM Pro - Can it deal with 1GB fiber connection with full firewall protection turned on?

I keep hearing that about 600mb is it’s max?

I am paying extra for a 1GB connection at home ad I don’t want to waste it.

I gave cameras, IOT, 10gb between 2 pc’s and a NAS and an offsite backup NAS.

I am starting from scratch and thought to use all UNIFI equipment but It sound like my 1gb service would go to waste if I did?

The UDM Pro is only “Pro” in name, not in performance or features.

Thanks. Love the videos.

Maybe the first purchase should be a pfSens 3100 or do I need to go withe the 6100?

If I start with a Netgate firewall how do I control my Unfi AP’s? Cloudkey?

The 6100 would be better for 1G and you can use a cloudkey or self host the controller.

Thanks again for the reply. Then I assume that with say the cloudkey plus Gen 2 I can manage any Unifi switche and create vlans and a small 10GB setup for a couple of PC’s and a NAS?

The UDM Pro can easily do 1G WAN except for PPPoE (supposedly an update has fixed this). One of the UI forum users has tested throughput with firewall/intrusion protection enabled and was consistently getting 5+ Gbps throughput.

Having said that, the pfSense definitely has a lot more capabilities and configuration options. It’s all dependent on what you want.

I have a UDM-SE because I like the single interface to configure routers and switches. I have a pfSense XG-1541 that is serving as an OpenVPN server. I previously used it as a router, but got tired of needing to log into the webpage of every switch, router, etc. for VLAN changes. Hence the switch for me.

Thanks for the reply.

Truth be told I really don’t want a pfSense box. I would rather it all be Unifi equipment and I hope to be able to bypass my internet providers modem and ONT and plug the 1gb fiber right into a UDM Pro if I can make it happen. What I don’t want to do is waste the connection I have at the new place.

If you already have all the equipment, then try it and see?

I have not purchased anything yet. Part of my purchasing decision is based on this working.