Ubiquiti Networks UBI-UAP-AC-PRO 24/5Ghz 450/1300Mbps 122m - (Enterprise Computing > Routers) PoE injector included
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Since these devices were already installed by someone else, we have no idea what the account credentials are, if any. I configured the first Unifi AP AC PRO with the name SSID: home and i was successfully, i turned off the device and disconnected. Then i configured the next device with different SSID name but when i turn on my mobile wifi i see the same name from the first device i named as HOME, what is the problem If 1000 concurrent clients are not enough then we have the UniFi XG as the last step. This access point is designed for very high-density environments, think of concert halls or large auditoriums, where you have a lot of people in a really small space.
I would like to leave the Peplink AP on but I’m wondering the ramifications. Will a device carried from my office to my main house stay connected?
In this case, the device is unable to resolve the controller. The controller should be available on https://unifi:8443. If that is working then there is a reason why the Unifi AP can’t connect to it. It might be in the wrong IP range (that was the problem in this case), or it can be a DNS issue. Also, I will give you some tips on choosing the right Unifi Access Point, where you should place your AP, and how to get the most performance out of your Unifi access points.
The Unifi 6 Pro is the next-generation high-performance access point for home and enterprise users. It’s capable of reaching 4.8 Gbps over the air with the 4×4 5Ghz channel, ensuring a reliable and fast wireless network connection in dense environments. Ubiquiti offers a wide range of Access Points, but in this article, I will focus on the most used access points for home networks and small and medium-sized businesses. You can find a complete overview of all the models in this UniFi access point comparison. Press and hold the reset button for 10 seconds (do this with caution, you do not need a lot of pressure)And is it okay to mount the UAP-AC-M onto the pole of an existing Digital Tv Antenna or will it get interference? The UniFi 6 Enterprise is a great access point if you need to support a lot of clients and want to be ready for the future. But for most home users, the Enterprise access point is overkill.
Normally for in-house use would the 2 lite ap’s be more than enough. Personally, I always use an LR on the ground floor (so it extends also a bit into the garden) and a lite on the first floor. With an apartment, two lite’s would be enough. Hi – The AC just hangs up on provisioning and never does anything after that. This is after I did a factor reset. At the moment of writing is the 6 Mesh still in early access. With a similar design as the FlexHD and given the name, I think the Unifi 6 Mesh is going to replace the FlexHD and Unifi Mesh in the near future.Thanks for the nice article. I have connected 3 nano hd’s to 3 netgear switches. The 3 ap’s show up in the unify controller wireless list. However they’re not visible in the wired list. Speedwise it would be better to have them connected wired I guess. Do you have any suggestions? Many thanks. At last somebody speaking in terms I can understand. Im new to this Ubiquiti thing ,just bought and installed an AC lite.Thought the wifi range would be stronger,as it says 400 feet in the blurb.So reading up on info and placement info. Thank you for being so informative in simple language, I’m new to Ubiquiti so I wanted to understand how your questions of “If your controller is not online 24/7…” applies to my setup.