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Ubiquiti UVC Pro

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The new Ubiquiti top of the range UVC Pro is here boasting some big features compared to the standard UVC products. Two of these big new features are full HD 1080p Recording at 30 frames per second and 3x optical zoom making this UVC perfect for outdoor use in area that might require long range surveillance. The UVC Pro is fully water tight and capable of standing up to a range of harsh weather conditions along with inbuilt IR mode enhancing the UVC Pro’s night time capability.
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Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch Range

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The long awaited Ubiquiti EdgeSwitch range is here and it comes in 4 distinct models all containing IEEE 802.3af/at and 24v passive POE. These new switches are designed to be incorporated into large scale deployments of Ubiquiti’s Unifi range of wifi equipment and surveillance camera’s building upon the success of the very popular ToughSwitches. Unlike the ToughSwitches the new EdgeSwitch range are all fully capable layer 2 switches with layer 3 routing support making the new EdgeSwitch range not just a POE power device for Unifi products but an integral part of any network.
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Ubiquiti NanoBeam 16dbi Short Link PtP

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Ubiquiti’s new 16dbi version of the NanoBeam is now in stock. This new creation is half the size and half the weight of its counterpart the NanoBeam 19dbi and contains all the same features and same design that stands the NanoBeams apart from the rest of the Ubiquiti range. Unlike the NanoStations more spread out beam (to help the NanoStations serve as access point) the NanoBeams however are directional devices more suited for Point to Point links and this new one is no exception.
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News: Ubiquiti Unifi Switch

unifi-switch-features-enterprise-smUbiquiti have just announced their new Unifi Switch range

The UniFi® Switch supports an extensive suite of advanced Layer-2 switching features and protocols, and also provides Layer-3 routing capability.

Two SFP ports support uplinks of up to 1 Gbps. For high-capacity uplinks, each 48-port model includes two SFP+ ports for uplinks of up to 10 Gbps.

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New Product: Ubiquiti PowerBeam AC

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The Latest in Ubiquiti AC devices is here, the PowerBeam PBE-5AC-500 is the latest in the PowerBeam range and now boasting the new 802.11 AC technology to deliver higher throughput over wireless links (up to 3x faster than previous PowerBeam models).

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Not only is the new PowerBeam faster and capable of handling more traffic it comes as standard with a Ubiquiti radome cover to shield to keep the PowerBeam running no matter what mother nature throws at it. The new AC PowerBeam come with as standard with all the equipment to get it up and going all you do is supply the pole.
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Article: Ubiquiti AirCam -> UVC past and present

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Ubiquiti’s AirCam product line has been popular all over the world with home security right through to professional security systems. Now with Ubiquiti’s rebranding of AirCam to UVC or ‘Unifi Video Camera’ we see a new generation of video products with new designs and new features and of course the same great results.

The line up stands as:

UVC  IR (3 Pack Available) – Replacing AirCam OutDoor
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News: Ubiquiti airFiber 5 stock arrives

Ubiquiti airFibre 5 arrives

Ubiquiti airFibre 5 arrives

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The much awaited new airFiber 5 units have just arrived today so customers who pre-ordered will be receiving their orders very soon. 🙂

More stock is expected in July so if you missed out please contact us urgently so as not to be disappointed.
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HowTo: Ubiquiti mFi mPower

Ubiquiti recently made their 3 port mFi mPower (EU plug only) available in Europe. It provides 3 plug sockets that can be controlled via WiFi using their freely downloadable mFi controller software. Setup is fairly straight forward.

mPower Initial config

In the first instance the mPower becomes an access point that you can connect your PC/Laptop or in my case my mobile phone to. The access point will have the name of mFi followed by the last 3 octets of its MAC address. There’s no encryption of password required to connect at this point.
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HowTo: Ubiquiti EdgeRouter performance testing

Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite 3-Port EdgeMAX Router
The EdgeRouter Lite from Ubiquiti promises excellent performance for a great price.
So what performance can you get out of it ?

We tested two things:

1) a typical routed configuration, including NAT, and stateful firewalling.
2) IPSec over a routed connection.

Here are the headline figures: (tests using iperf over TCP, details shown later)

1) 888 Mbits/sec routed
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HowTo: IPv6 over PPPoE on the Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite 3-Port EdgeMAX Router

The new 1.2.0beta2 version of the EdgeMAX software on the EdgeRouter Lite has the following entry in its changelog:

[PPPoE] Add IPv6 settings for PPPoE client interfaces, which allows a PPPoE client interface to work with IPv6 address

So how does that work and how can we use it ?
Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite 3-Port EdgeMAX Router
Our ISP, Andrews & Arnold, provides native IPv6 over PPPoE, so we thought we would test it.
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