Regular UniFi adoption is preformed over Layer 2. L2 adoption on UniFi (where the devices and UniFi Network application are on the same network) uses self discovery, any locally-available, unmanaged UniFi Devices will appear as “Pending Adoption” in the UniFi Network application itself (in the Devices section). This is the most …Read More »
How to Model Wireless PTP Links Using Ubiquiti airLink
Need to know if a link distance is possible? Want to get an idea of predicted throughput? Ubiquiti’s airLink is a fantastic tool, if used correctly. There are some intricacies to using airLink correctly in the UK. Below we will explain step by step, how to model your prospective link …Read More »
Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine (UDM) Review
The Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine (UDM) is an easy to use, all-in-one method of introducing the complete UniFi solution to your home. The UniFi UDM includes everything you need for a small-scale wired and Wi-Fi network. It’s intuitive to use, simplistic in its set-up, using the UniFi app or web …Read More »
airMAX AC Firmware v8.7.0 – Where is PtMP Mode?
The newest airOS version 8.7.0 brings a host of performance improvements such as, up to a 40% improvement for bridge links running in PtP mode on 80MHz and improved device stability when handling larger numbers of client connections. More importantly, 8.7.0 makes huge changes to the wireless UI. In an …Read More »
Peplink – Advanced Routing Made Easy
Peplink offers versatility and ease-of-use with their Balance software solution. With the ability to configure application based QoS, Advanced Content Filtering, Per User Bandwidth Control and other advanced features, the Peplink Balance One Dual-WAN Router can help you create a secure, child friendly and remotely accessible network within a few …Read More »
The Ubiquiti UniFi Controller. How, where and on what?
Many customers ask us questions such as “Should I cloud host my UniFi controller?” and “Do I need a hardware UniFi controller?”. There is no right or wrong answer to these questions as much of it comes down to the specifics of the job. If you are installing UniFi equipment …Read More »