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acrylic display Ubiquiti UAP-AC-M-US Unifi Mesh Access Point; White good looking young
acrylic display Ubiquiti UAP-AC-M-US Unifi Mesh Access Point; White good looking young
acrylic display Ubiquiti UAP-AC-M-US Unifi Mesh Access Point; White good looking young

acrylic display Ubiquiti UAP-AC-M-US Unifi Mesh Access Point; White good looking young

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      Package Weight : 1 poundsModel Number : UAP-AC-MCountry acrylic display of acrylic display origin acrylic display : United acrylic display StatesWriting acrylic display this review acrylic display after a few months of ownership. My current setup is acrylic display an acrylic display AC-PRO in the (brick house) and acrylic display the mesh access point in my separate acrylic display garage. Im running the ubiquity acrylic display mgmt software acrylic display on acrylic display a acrylic display spare acrylic display Mac. The distance is probably 60 feet between acrylic display both access acrylic display points acrylic display and the signal is traveling through Sheetrock, acrylic display Concrete blocks (house built in the 60s), brick, aluminum siding on both acrylic display the acrylic display house and the garage and plywood. Even with that I am getting 80mbps which is perfectly acceptable to run a roku, iPad, acrylic display iPhone, Nintendo switch acrylic display and Alexa at the same time.So acrylic display prefacing I am a acrylic display telecom engineer acrylic display and project manager by trade with a acrylic display background acrylic display in networking, however, acrylic display I am going to continue from the perspective of acrylic display a home enthusiast looking to set acrylic display up a prosumer environment. acrylic display Most importantly why acrylic display You acrylic display can get off the acrylic display shelf mesh gear now cheaper than what it would take to set acrylic display up acrylic display a system like this. acrylic display Well if you are an enthusiast you want performance, reliability and integrity. Yes you are acrylic display inevitably buying into an ecosystem acrylic display but acrylic display thats going to be the case no matter acrylic display what.SetupAdopting this little bugger into acrylic display the network was acrylic display very automatic..like plug it in and acrylic display it showed up in a acrylic display few seconds within acrylic display the Ubiquiti controller acrylic display software to acrylic display be acrylic display adopted. That acrylic display process took no time and a few acrylic display minutes later my configs were done and it was mounted in my garage acrylic display a few minutes later. I was honestly impressed at acrylic display how well acrylic display this worked. Assuming theres a private SSID they all use or perhaps bluetooth to allow this magic.InstallationThis comes with an excessive amount of mounting options and all needed screws, adapters, acrylic display etc. Its about the size of a candy bar and the two onboard antennas acrylic display can be acrylic display adjusted and pointed back to home base. Its POE powered and comes with acrylic display a wall adapter so you acrylic display get the best of both worlds.OperationThis acrylic display is an acrylic display area that Ive found interesting. Given acrylic display the construction of acrylic display my house Ive spent acrylic display some time tweaking out the configuration acrylic display and finally got acrylic display it acrylic display perfected. Any acrylic display issues are definitely magnified acrylic display as youll see little quirks like devices joining acrylic display the acrylic display incorrect access points. One cool thing is acrylic display that acrylic display since youre running acrylic display the controller software you can use acrylic display the mobile app acrylic display and make acrylic display a acrylic display ton of adjustments on the fly including having acrylic display your devices reconnect etc. Thats acrylic display all a non issue acrylic display though now as everything stays where it acrylic display needs to be and acrylic display my network acrylic display experience is acrylic display consistently 98%So if acrylic display you have an existing ubiquiti network and are looking acrylic display to extend I acrylic display would acrylic display most acrylic display definitely recommend the mesh access acrylic display point although all of their devices support meshing now which presents plenty of acrylic display options. acrylic display Will likely be adding some acrylic display plug in wall access points in strategic locations.Do bear in mind acrylic display you need acrylic display the controller software running. If you are a enthusiast you likely have a acrylic display server to throw it on. Otherwise acrylic display a Raspberry PI works acrylic display just fine. Oh yes privacy. You do acrylic display not acrylic display have acrylic display to register acrylic display with Ubiquiti or acrylic display connect to acrylic display them in any way acrylic display aside acrylic display from firmware downloads. acrylic display This is unique at this acrylic display point as all acrylic display of the consumer mesh acrylic display systems acrylic display well ya know...This is an impressive acrylic display little unit acrylic display for acrylic display less than $100. acrylic display It acrylic display is an enterprise class outdoor access point, for the acrylic display price of a acrylic display mid-end consumer router acrylic display and acrylic display it acrylic display has the form factor of acrylic display a long and large pen (or acrylic display the box acrylic display of it). For acrylic display the acrylic display price, it is hard acrylic display to beat the value. acrylic display I acrylic display use these for testing out a hotspot service at a marina and use several of them mounted acrylic display on the halyards and masts of acrylic display sail boats to extend coverage. acrylic display All units are heavily exposed to harsh weather conditions, acrylic display including rain, moisture and wind. They have acrylic display not acrylic display been up acrylic display and running for too long yet acrylic display but they haven't encountered any problems acrylic display under almost constant rain acrylic display for acrylic display 48 hours.Before I go further, let me tell what this is and is not. First of all, this is not a router. It is only an access acrylic display point, meaning you will acrylic display still need acrylic display a router that does routing, acrylic display NAT, acrylic display DHCP, DNS, filtering and access-lists (if you acrylic display need them) etc. Most acrylic display consumer grade routers acrylic display combine access point functionality with a router acrylic display that does many other things, this will not have those (at least without specific add-ons). Also, based on the reviews and acrylic display questions I have acrylic display seen there seems to acrylic display be some confusion about acrylic display the acrylic display mesh acrylic display capabilities and how acrylic display and acrylic display where it acrylic display can be used. acrylic display Some of acrylic display the answers acrylic display I acrylic display have seen acrylic display were acrylic display not correct, at least not for the current firmware as of acrylic display this review. I acrylic display will clarify acrylic display them here:1) This acrylic display unit acrylic display will work perfectly standalone, inside or outside as an AP (without router functionality as acrylic display I explained above)2) If you have more acrylic display than one of these units, acrylic display they can form acrylic display a wireless mesh network. One acrylic display of the units needs to be connected to a acrylic display wired acrylic display uplink, others can be connected wirelessly to that wired unit. You DO NOT acrylic display need an existing AC AP Pro acrylic display or other non-mesh acrylic display Ubiquiti AP to acrylic display form a acrylic display mesh (some comments, acrylic display even some of acrylic display the older documentation from acrylic display Ubiquiti implies acrylic display the opposite, which initially confused acrylic display me. I acrylic display run acrylic display a mesh with multiple acrylic display UAP-AC-Ms and acrylic display they work without issues).3) acrylic display If you have more than acrylic display one acrylic display of these acrylic display units and can acrylic display provide acrylic display wired acrylic display uplinks acrylic display to all, they will also acrylic display work acrylic display greatly without a mesh. Having acrylic display mesh acrylic display in the acrylic display name acrylic display doesn't mean acrylic display that these are built for mesh networks only. Mesh concept is interesting but make sure that is your only viable option acrylic display before deciding acrylic display to go down that path. Among possible acrylic display wireless topologies, acrylic display mesh is the least interesting from a performance perspective. If you have the possibility, wired uplinks will provide vastly acrylic display superior performance to mesh acrylic display as each mesh hop will halve the available acrylic display bandwidth. Mesh is ideal if you acrylic display have power but no connectivity at a given location.You acrylic display will acrylic display also need a controller software to control these units. Ubiquiti provides the software for free and it is available for Windows, Mac and Linux (Debian/Ubuntu). These are acrylic display not configured from a web interface. acrylic display There is also a mobile acrylic display app which I believe can be used to configure them but I haven't acrylic display tested it, so I cannot confirm. The software itself is also pretty impressive acrylic display and is an enterprise class wireless acrylic display network management system. I manage all the access acrylic display points acrylic display in the marina from a controller acrylic display I installed in the cloud on a Linux/Ubuntu machine. Certain functions for the controller requires additional products acrylic display to acrylic display be purchased (like Unifi Security Gateway) but those acrylic display are optional. I am acrylic display actually impressed that this software is free to download and use when you simply buy a $100 device. To acrylic display obtain any real practical value from the software you will need acrylic display to have several acrylic display of these units though. acrylic display If acrylic display you acrylic display have only acrylic display one, the software is probably not going to provide much value acrylic display and may even be a hindrance. acrylic display The downside acrylic display of this model for non-tech savvy users acrylic display or acrylic display simpler use-cases is added complexity. Mobile app acrylic display version of the software may address this acrylic display issue but you need to acrylic display check the acrylic display reviews acrylic display of it separately as I acrylic display haven't used it.In terms of performance, acrylic display as acrylic display I mentioned, I use these in a marina, mounted on acrylic display halyards and masts at about 30 acrylic display ft height. And marina is close to acrylic display several industrial complexes (to give you acrylic display a reference, 641 acrylic display neighboring access point seen acrylic display over the last 72 hours as measured by the controller software). As acrylic display such, there acrylic display is a high degree of interference acrylic display at especially 2.4Ghz, also some at 5 acrylic display Ghz. Still the performance acrylic display is pretty decent. Longest acrylic display wireless uplink is made at 460ft acrylic display line-of-sight acrylic display with default rubber duck omni antennas at speeds acrylic display 117 (Tx) / 234 (Rx) Mbps, which is more than adequate for this scenario.Default antennas are ok but nothing outstanding. If acrylic display I had one acrylic display complaint, it would be to have acrylic display slightly better antennas but I won't cut a star for acrylic display it, keeping the price point in mind. Also acrylic display another relatively negative issue acrylic display is the lack of antenna options. These are dual band antennas and there acrylic display are acrylic display not that many options for dual-band antennas to extend the range. acrylic display Ubiquiti itself doesn't acrylic display have a acrylic display dual band acrylic display antenna for these units as of acrylic display this writing, but based on forum discussions I understand they are about to announce one. I didn't acrylic display play with the Pro version acrylic display of these units as their acrylic display form acrylic display factor acrylic display is not suitable for mounting on acrylic display boats directly but if you need a more acrylic display powerful acrylic display unit, that's acrylic display what I would acrylic display look acrylic display at. acrylic display They have more acrylic display powerful acrylic display 3x8 dbi internal antennas, their max transmit power is acrylic display higher and they are 3x3 MIMO as opposed acrylic display to 2x2 MIMO for this.All in all, I really think this is an amazing value for an access point that acrylic display costs acrylic display less than $100. acrylic display Prior to this, acrylic display I tested a Open Mesh OM2P for a similar Hotspot use case. Total acrylic display price for one OM2P acrylic display with acrylic display the unit itself, weather proof acrylic display case and PoE adapter is acrylic display more than the acrylic display cost of acrylic display this and it doesn't acrylic display come anywhere close acrylic display in terms of specs acrylic display or features. This acrylic display could even be a replacement for consumer grade access points as acrylic display long as acrylic display the user acrylic display needs multiple units, is acrylic display a bit tech acrylic display savvy and/or is acrylic display willing acrylic display to play with things and learn. This will certainly acrylic display be acrylic display more complicated to set up and requires acrylic display some technical knowledge or experience.


      Ubiquiti UAP-AC-M-US Unifi Mesh Access Point, WhiteCountry acrylic display of origin : United StatesModel acrylic display Number acrylic display : acrylic display UAP-AC-MPackage Weight : 1 pounds



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Buyer's experience:


      1: This is an impressive little unit for less than $100. It is an enterprise class outdoor access point, for the price of a mid-end consumer router and it has the form factor of a long and large pen (or the box of it). For the price, it is hard to beat the value. I use these for testing out a hotspot service at a marina and use several of them mounted on the halyards and masts of sail boats to extend coverage. All units are heavily exposed to harsh weather conditions, including rain, moisture and wind. They have not been up and running for too long yet but they haven't encountered any problems under almost constant rain for 48 hours.Before I go further, let me tell what this is and is not. First of all, this is not a router. It is only an access point, meaning you will still need a router that does routing, NAT, DHCP, DNS, filtering and access-lists (if you need them) etc. Most consumer grade routers combine access point functionality with a router that does many other things, this will not have those (at least without specific add-ons). Also, based on the reviews and questions I have seen there seems to be some confusion about the mesh capabilities and how and where it can be used. Some of the answers I have seen were not correct, at least not for the current firmware as of this review. I will clarify them here:1) This unit will work perfectly standalone, inside or outside as an AP (without router functionality as I explained above)2) If you have more than one of these units, they can form a wireless mesh network. One of the units needs to be connected to a wired uplink, others can be connected wirelessly to that wired unit. You DO NOT need an existing AC AP Pro or other non-mesh Ubiquiti AP to form a mesh (some comments, even some of the older documentation from Ubiquiti implies the opposite, which initially confused me. I run a mesh with multiple UAP-AC-Ms and they work without issues).3) If you have more than one of these units and can provide wired uplinks to all, they will also work greatly without a mesh. Having mesh in the name doesn't mean that these are built for mesh networks only. Mesh concept is interesting but make sure that is your only viable option before deciding to go down that path. Among possible wireless topologies, mesh is the least interesting from a performance perspective. If you have the possibility, wired uplinks will provide vastly superior performance to mesh as each mesh hop will halve the available bandwidth. Mesh is ideal if you have power but no connectivity at a given location.You will also need a controller software to control these units. Ubiquiti provides the software for free and it is available for Windows, Mac and Linux (Debian/Ubuntu). These are not configured from a web interface. There is also a mobile app which I believe can be used to configure them but I haven't tested it, so I cannot confirm. The software itself is also pretty impressive and is an enterprise class wireless network management system. I manage all the access points in the marina from a controller I installed in the cloud on a Linux/Ubuntu machine. Certain functions for the controller requires additional products to be purchased (like Unifi Security Gateway) but those are optional. I am actually impressed that this software is free to download and use when you simply buy a $100 device. To obtain any real practical value from the software you will need to have several of these units though. If you have only one, the software is probably not going to provide much value and may even be a hindrance. The downside of this model for non-tech savvy users or simpler use-cases is added complexity. Mobile app version of the software may address this issue but you need to check the reviews of it separately as I haven't used it.In terms of performance, as I mentioned, I use these in a marina, mounted on halyards and masts at about 30 ft height. And marina is close to several industrial complexes (to give you a reference, 641 neighboring access point seen over the last 72 hours as measured by the controller software). As such, there is a high degree of interference at especially 2.4Ghz, also some at 5 Ghz. Still the performance is pretty decent. Longest wireless uplink is made at 460ft line-of-sight with default rubber duck omni antennas at speeds 117 (Tx) / 234 (Rx) Mbps, which is more than adequate for this scenario.Default antennas are ok but nothing outstanding. If I had one complaint, it would be to have slightly better antennas but I won't cut a star for it, keeping the price point in mind. Also another relatively negative issue is the lack of antenna options. These are dual band antennas and there are not that many options for dual-band antennas to extend the range. Ubiquiti itself doesn't have a dual band antenna for these units as of this writing, but based on forum discussions I understand they are about to announce one. I didn't play with the Pro version of these units as their form factor is not suitable for mounting on boats directly but if you need a more powerful unit, that's what I would look at. They have more powerful 3x8 dbi internal antennas, their max transmit power is higher and they are 3x3 MIMO as opposed to 2x2 MIMO for this.All in all, I really think this is an amazing value for an access point that costs less than $100. Prior to this, I tested a Open Mesh OM2P for a similar Hotspot use case. Total price for one OM2P with the unit itself, weather proof case and PoE adapter is more than the cost of this and it doesn't come anywhere close in terms of specs or features. This could even be a replacement for consumer grade access points as long as the user needs multiple units, is a bit tech savvy and/or is willing to play with things and learn. This will certainly be more complicated to set up and requires some technical knowledge or experience.


      2: Writing this review after a few months of ownership. My current setup is an AC-PRO in the (brick house) and the mesh access point in my separate garage. Im running the ubiquity mgmt software on a spare Mac. The distance is probably 60 feet between both access points and the signal is traveling through Sheetrock, Concrete blocks (house built in the 60s), brick, aluminum siding on both the house and the garage and plywood. Even with that I am getting 80mbps which is perfectly acceptable to run a roku, iPad, iPhone, Nintendo switch and Alexa at the same time.So prefacing I am a telecom engineer and project manager by trade with a background in networking, however, I am going to continue from the perspective of a home enthusiast looking to set up a prosumer environment. Most importantly why You can get off the shelf mesh gear now cheaper than what it would take to set up a system like this. Well if you are an enthusiast you want performance, reliability and integrity. Yes you are inevitably buying into an ecosystem but thats going to be the case no matter what.SetupAdopting this little bugger into the network was very automatic..like plug it in and it showed up in a few seconds within the Ubiquiti controller software to be adopted. That process took no time and a few minutes later my configs were done and it was mounted in my garage a few minutes later. I was honestly impressed at how well this worked. Assuming theres a private SSID they all use or perhaps bluetooth to allow this magic.InstallationThis comes with an excessive amount of mounting options and all needed screws, adapters, etc. Its about the size of a candy bar and the two onboard antennas can be adjusted and pointed back to home base. Its POE powered and comes with a wall adapter so you get the best of both worlds.OperationThis is an area that Ive found interesting. Given the construction of my house Ive spent some time tweaking out the configuration and finally got it perfected. Any issues are definitely magnified as youll see little quirks like devices joining the incorrect access points. One cool thing is that since youre running the controller software you can use the mobile app and make a ton of adjustments on the fly including having your devices reconnect etc. Thats all a non issue though now as everything stays where it needs to be and my network experience is consistently 98%So if you have an existing ubiquiti network and are looking to extend I would most definitely recommend the mesh access point although all of their devices support meshing now which presents plenty of options. Will likely be adding some plug in wall access points in strategic locations.Do bear in mind you need the controller software running. If you are a enthusiast you likely have a server to throw it on. Otherwise a Raspberry PI works just fine. Oh yes privacy. You do not have to register with Ubiquiti or connect to them in any way aside from firmware downloads. This is unique at this point as all of the consumer mesh systems well ya know...



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00