Ubiquiti Networks UAP-AC-LR 175.7 x 43.2 mm 2.4-5 GHz 802.11ac Dual-Radio Long Range - White
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all devices have latest firmware. 3 AP’s are on an HP switch, one is directly connected to the EdgeRouter X.
802.11ac Dual-Radio Long Range Access Point - Ubiquiti
WiFi Access Point , 802.11s/b/g/n/ac, až 1317 Mb/s, Dual-band, 1 × GLAN, Gigabit LAN a PoE (Power over Ethernet) If you look in the Unifi Controller and you go-to devices, you will see your access points (the wireless devices) in the wireless tab. And the wired devices (Unifi switches) in the wired tab. You will find your wireless clients in the clients tab. If you use an Unifi access point, then you can easily configure one SSID of all the access points. If you want to use another brand, then just enter the same SSID and WPA key on both devices. Only use a different channel of each access point.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 And is it okay to mount the UAP-AC-M onto the pole of an existing Digital Tv Antenna or will it get interference? Nothing in the line of sight between the client device and antenna? try these settings for the channels:
Unifi Controller Setup + Performance Tips [step-by-step] Unifi Controller Setup + Performance Tips [step-by-step]
My main router is in my office in the far reaches of my house. The NanoHD is in the stairwell between the first and second floor of the house (this may change to 2 NanoHDs in the future. If mounting an AP inside a normal wall plate is what you are looking for, the In-Wall and In-Wall HD are both good options. If performance is important to you, get the In-Wall HD. It has better antennas and more capable radios. Another difference between them is the number of Ethernet ports they can provide to downstream devices.The dream router has a pretty high antenna gain (higher than the LR), so it should be able to cover the same area. But that being said, an access point is often mounted to the ceiling or high on the wall. The Dream Router is most likely placed on a side table or in a closet. Furniture in line of sight between the DR and the client will reduce the signal strength. So if the DR can replace the LR really depends on the placement.