• Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)
  • Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)
  • Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)
  • Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)
  • Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)
  • Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)
Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)
Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)
Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)
Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)
Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)
Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)

Ubiquiti UniFi Enterprise WiFi System AP-Pro (UAP-PRO)

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  • Ubiquiti UniFi UAP Wireless Access Point/Bridge 11b/g/n enterprise Wi-Fi System
  • 23dBm, Wall/Ceiling (Kits included), 48V .5A PoE Adapter included
  • It is highly durable and efficient

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Totally worth the money. Awesome. VERY enterprise-level software for this price, but it's easy to configure for those w/o much technical experience. There is also a lot of info out there if you search for it. I added a floor plan for my house to map the AP's location (just for grins), and set everything up exactly how I wanted it. You can put the bands on separate SSID's, create different groups w/ different bandwidth allocations, run a guest network, etc.I'm running this behind a Linksys EA6300 (using as wired router only) and it's perfect. Very highly recommended 5Works great for my house I replaced two consumer APs with one of these for my house and couldn't be happier. This AP went on the ceiling in the middle of my house and provides the same or better coverage than the two APs at opposite ends of my house. The multiple SSIDs allows me to run a guest wireless network separate from the network I use for my devices. The product looks nice on my ceiling, like a flat smoke detector, although the diameter is a little larger. The LED can be turned off to make it even less noticeable.The product is really aimed at enterprise deployments where there are many APs installed at once (hotels, restaurants, schools, etc.) As such, it requires controller software installed on a separate computer to configure the AP instead of logging directly into the device to manage it. This wasn't a problem for me (I already had a Debian server I could use) but could be annoying to some. The controller does not need to run all the time unless you want to use the guest portal (e.g., if you want your guests to accept terms and conditions before using the network or want to charge them).The 5 GHz radio is not as strong as the 2.4 GHz radio, so only a few devices in my house actually connect at 5 GHz. I get slightly better performance when connected to the 5 GHz radio, but not a huge difference. Those that are trying to save money and don't absolutely need 5 GHz might want to consider the non-PRO version of this product.One last word of warning for home users considering this: this is just an access point. It just connects your wireless devices to your network. It does NOT provide other services like a typical consumer router does like DHCP, DNS, or a firewall. You will need a separate router on your network. 5It's like how wi-fi was supposed to work We have plaster walls. The previous setup was a top of the line 3 antenna extended range dual band router and 2 cheapo 2.5GHz access points. The wifi coverage was still very bad in some rooms. The 2.5GHz basically only covered line of sight and the 5GHz was nearly worthless. This AP is magic. Just one covers every inch of the house at better than -60 db. I cannot explain this. But it is fantastic! Best money I've spent in a long time.The config software has to be installed on a PC, and then you use it in a browser. It might be SNMP I guess. But setup is no harder than any other AP.Other reviews made me worry about a supposed fan noise but I haven't heard it make any noise. Perhaps it does but it could sing row row row your boat continuously for as good as this thing works! If you have a problem environment you need this. 5WOW! I love this product! This is a great unit for the price. Once I downloaded and installed Java Runtime Environment (JRE) I was able to get the software installed and running in no time (less than 30 minutes). The software automatically found the AP and configured it. I just had to follow along in the wizard. The software also found a firmware update for the AP and installed it without a hitch once I selected to do the update.I have found it simple to set up the SSID, passwords, and other features as needed. This is a very powerful product with lots of features but Ubiquiti has done a great job of making it easy to use.A little bit of network experience would be helpful in configuring and setting this unit up but, overall, I found it to be a breeze. It is very powerful and gives me excellent WiFi coverage throughout my 3,100+ sq. ft. house.Please note that the PRO version of this product requires 48 V. Power-over-Ethernet (POE) so if you plan to purchase Ubiquiti's ToughSwitch (as I did) make sure to get the PRO version (the other version only puts out 24 V. 5Good performance, easy to set-up, no issues I bought this unit to provide both better range and also simultaneous 2.4 & 5 GHz frequency coverage which my old AP doesn't have.Installation and setup was a cinch using the provided UniFi controller program. I disabled the WiFi on my existing Draytek Vigor 2110n router, and uplinked from it to the UniFi via Ethernet and used identical SSID WPA2 credentials. The various wireless devices in my house reconnected without any issues. Both range and speed have improved noticeably (but my Draytek is 7 years old so I expected an improvement with a better speced device anyway).Unlike some other reviewers, I didn't have any issues with Java on my Win8.1 Pro machine. Management is via a web interface which has plenty of features and functionality, but has a somewhat funky layout. It takes a while to find your way around.I haven't had any problems with disconnects, nor have I noted the ticking noise from the unit that some others have heard. However, the blue status LED is like a mini airport beacon -- so I disabled it via the management software. 5Good product, reliable but has some flaws I recently bought this to upgrade from an old Linksys with DD-WRT installed. The Linksys was dead-on reliable, I never once had to restart it in over 3 years. I wanted to find something with faster wireless that was just as reliable, and this did the trick. Haven't restarted it once since I installed it months ago.It was concerned about the many reports of noisy devices, and mine is no exception. You can hear it working when you are downloading something and you are less than 10 feet away. Some may find this super annoying but it doesn't bother me at all. This is just lazy engineering and could be solved by the manufacturer without much trouble, but for some reason they just don't seem to care. In any case it's been no big deal for me.Once you set it up you'll probably never touch it again and that is exactly what I wanted.The configuration utility uses Java so you'll have to install that junk to set it up, if you haven't already. I'm not a fan of Java so I put that crap on a VM and set it up from there :-) 4Can't say enough I gave these access points a shot based on price. I will continue to exclusively use them in our corporate network because of how straightforward they are to install. I can't say enough about how great of an experience working with these has been at this price point. We have a dell sonicwall and the complementing access points they sell (SonicPoints) seemed okay, but are just too expensive (and visually not as striking) to compare to these units.The good:- Super easy network setup, especially if deployed across multiple sites (ask any questions if you need help, but it is not bad at all).- So far (~ 9 months), nothing in the way of failures using a mix of UAP-LRs and UAP-PROs.- Mostly intuitive interface- Great network coverage (the client will fail to reach the access point, not the other way around)- Great for network expansion (firmware updates are automatically pushed after controller software upgrade, and wireless downlinks (while not ideal) work well when needed).- Software controller. Not necessarily the biggest thing ever but it can reside on anything you want (home users - any laptop or pc; business users - I run mine on a Virtual Machine that runs 4 other services). It can sit alongside anything, and isn't a big deal if it has to be temporarily shut down. The AP's store their network settings once applied, so if you have to take the controller offline, the wireless network remains in-tact. Web services run on port 8080, so while I don't port-forward this in publicly, it certainly stands to reason that you don't necessarily even require a VPN connection to manage it.The bad:- Differing POE standards across the devices (but the edgeswitch was not an option when I was getting started with these; I ended up buying their toughswitch carrier model to rackmount. Edgeswitch, while not yet for sale, looks like it will fix every shortcoming of my setup). Non-issue if you aren't trying to deliver POE from a rack, and they do come with the necessary POE injectors, just something to be mindful of.- Locking ceiling-mount bracket... the old brackets had a cam lock that you could rotate the AP off of easily. The new ones have a springing tab that is unbelievably frustrating to take down once installed. Minor quip, but it will be a cam lock by the time you get it down due to needing to jam a screwdriver in to crush the tab back. Might want to modify prior to installation.Bottom Line:I can't say enough how simple the installation process on these has been and how much I am looking forward to working with Ubiquiti products. It has been a pleasure both in general software maintenance and overall ease of installation. 5Easy to configure, fast speeds and works great with Google Fiber Network Box As a tech savvy, but non-technically trained individual - this WAP was extremely easy to configure and provides exceptional wireless range and speed. As I do not currently own an devices which support AC wireless, I saved the $ by not purchasing the AC version of this product. However I paid more Pro version over the lower priced Ubiquiti access points to gain 5 ghz frequency.Pros:-Easy installation. The Power Over Ethernet (POE) only requires a network cable to be ran to desired location from your router / switch. The device comes with the POE injector so I did not need to purchase a separate product or upgrade my network switch to use the POE capabilities.-As an access point (not a wireless router) it did not require any additional configuration to work correctly with my Google Fiber network box (router). I did turn off the wireless from my Google Network box as the Ubiquiti AP was purchased to provide stronger signal strength to the main part of my house.-Fast Speeds: While not an AC band access point, I still routinely obtain 100-150 mps internet speeds through this router (Google Fiber 1 Gig bandwidth to house).-Strong Signal / Long Range: This device is located on the upstairs floor in a central hallway on the wall and I receive full signal strength "bars" on my phones and laptops in any room or in the basement of my house.-Attractive Design: On the wall with network cable fished into wall cavity, this device does not stand out and looks like a smoke detector.-Reasonable priced: This WAP is priced competitive to most consumer grade wireless routers that are not designed to be permanently mounted and which do not provide as strong a signal.-LED indicator indicates device status. This is very bright in a dark room but can be turned off from the configuration softwareCons (had to think hard to come up with any):-LED can only be turned on or off. I would like it to not be on unless there was an issue, then I would desire it to flash / glow red. Showing the green status obviously indicates it has power and is transmitting, but the LED ring is brighter than the brightest night light when turned on.-The software while relatively easy to use and walks you through adopting and configuring a new AP and wireless network, isn't the most intuitive and I usually find myself looking around for where to change the various settings. A local program must be installed on your computer, ideally it could be controlled from a full web based interface. 5More residential gear should be this good. I'm now using this plus a homemade firewall/router (running PFSense) to replace the Apple networking kit that was getting so crashy under my workload. I seriously love the Ubiquiti UniFi lineup, and I'm going to be buying more of it to give better WiFi coverage throughout my house and back outside to my writing shack. Part of what I love about it is that I can have separate SSID's (up to four) presented by the same access point, each routing to different VLAN's on my network. So I've got a passwordless guest network routing through Tor on my Raspberry Pi, my own family network, and a different network just for consumer electronics devices that need Internet access but that aren't "trusted" on my home network. This is a rather advanced network configuration for residential use, but this sort of thing is also my livelihood so my home network is overengineered. With that said, I'm really pleased with how well this is working, and how gracefully it handles a full house of guests at parties who all want to get on my guest wifi. 25+ people with their mobile devices on my WiFi, plus all of the gadgets already on my WiFi, and this access point handles it with ease. My old Apple Airport Extreme would fall over under much smaller loads.I also love the management software. It shows me who's connecting to my network, through which access point, and which SSID, and how much load they are putting on my network. It's really quite professional. I can't recommend this highly enough. 5Ubiquiti Networks UniFi UAP-PRO Enterprise WiFi System This WiFi access point is really intended for businesses, but I purchased it for my home to obtain commercial level quality, reliability & security. Range is way more than I need in my 3-level home and surrounding property, or at least I thought. I'll update this review after using the UniFi UAP-Pro for a while longer before jumping to any conclusions about its range. Appearance wise, simply put it looks cool and futuristic. I mounted it on the wall on the center level and close to the center of my home. It's a little larger than expected and it looks like a UFO, but it's cool! Even my wife likes it. I installed it myself using a Netgear ProSAFE Plus JGS516PE switch with PoE and custom made Cat5e cable. Administrator web interface is pretty nice. I scanned a copy of the floor plan for my main level and used it for the map feature. Be sure to properly set the map to scale or you'll think the range is about 5ft! As I said, this is really a commercial solution, so it doesn't have things like parental control, etc. Go to ubnt.com and click on UniFi for more info. 4
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Totally worth the money. Awesome. VERY enterprise-level software for this price, but it's easy to configure for those w/o much technical experience. There is also a lot of info out there if you search for it. I added a floor plan for my house to map the AP's location (just for grins), and set everything up exactly how I wanted it. You can put the bands on separate SSID's, create different groups w/ different bandwidth allocations, run a guest network, etc.I'm running this behind a Linksys EA6300 (using as wired router only) and it's perfect. Very highly recommended 5Works great for my house I replaced two consumer APs with one of these for my house and couldn't be happier. This AP went on the ceiling in the middle of my house and provides the same or better coverage than the two APs at opposite ends of my house. The multiple SSIDs allows me to run a guest wireless network separate from the network I use for my devices. The product looks nice on my ceiling, like a flat smoke detector, although the diameter is a little larger. The LED can be turned off to make it even less noticeable.The product is really aimed at enterprise deployments where there are many APs installed at once (hotels, restaurants, schools, etc.) As such, it requires controller software installed on a separate computer to configure the AP instead of logging directly into the device to manage it. This wasn't a problem for me (I already had a Debian server I could use) but could be annoying to some. The controller does not need to run all the time unless you want to use the guest portal (e.g., if you want your guests to accept terms and conditions before using the network or want to charge them).The 5 GHz radio is not as strong as the 2.4 GHz radio, so only a few devices in my house actually connect at 5 GHz. I get slightly better performance when connected to the 5 GHz radio, but not a huge difference. Those that are trying to save money and don't absolutely need 5 GHz might want to consider the non-PRO version of this product.One last word of warning for home users considering this: this is just an access point. It just connects your wireless devices to your network. It does NOT provide other services like a typical consumer router does like DHCP, DNS, or a firewall. You will need a separate router on your network. 5It's like how wi-fi was supposed to work We have plaster walls. The previous setup was a top of the line 3 antenna extended range dual band router and 2 cheapo 2.5GHz access points. The wifi coverage was still very bad in some rooms. The 2.5GHz basically only covered line of sight and the 5GHz was nearly worthless. This AP is magic. Just one covers every inch of the house at better than -60 db. I cannot explain this. But it is fantastic! Best money I've spent in a long time.The config software has to be installed on a PC, and then you use it in a browser. It might be SNMP I guess. But setup is no harder than any other AP.Other reviews made me worry about a supposed fan noise but I haven't heard it make any noise. Perhaps it does but it could sing row row row your boat continuously for as good as this thing works! If you have a problem environment you need this. 5WOW! I love this product! This is a great unit for the price. Once I downloaded and installed Java Runtime Environment (JRE) I was able to get the software installed and running in no time (less than 30 minutes). The software automatically found the AP and configured it. I just had to follow along in the wizard. The software also found a firmware update for the AP and installed it without a hitch once I selected to do the update.I have found it simple to set up the SSID, passwords, and other features as needed. This is a very powerful product with lots of features but Ubiquiti has done a great job of making it easy to use.A little bit of network experience would be helpful in configuring and setting this unit up but, overall, I found it to be a breeze. It is very powerful and gives me excellent WiFi coverage throughout my 3,100+ sq. ft. house.Please note that the PRO version of this product requires 48 V. Power-over-Ethernet (POE) so if you plan to purchase Ubiquiti's ToughSwitch (as I did) make sure to get the PRO version (the other version only puts out 24 V. 5Good performance, easy to set-up, no issues I bought this unit to provide both better range and also simultaneous 2.4 & 5 GHz frequency coverage which my old AP doesn't have.Installation and setup was a cinch using the provided UniFi controller program. I disabled the WiFi on my existing Draytek Vigor 2110n router, and uplinked from it to the UniFi via Ethernet and used identical SSID WPA2 credentials. The various wireless devices in my house reconnected without any issues. Both range and speed have improved noticeably (but my Draytek is 7 years old so I expected an improvement with a better speced device anyway).Unlike some other reviewers, I didn't have any issues with Java on my Win8.1 Pro machine. Management is via a web interface which has plenty of features and functionality, but has a somewhat funky layout. It takes a while to find your way around.I haven't had any problems with disconnects, nor have I noted the ticking noise from the unit that some others have heard. However, the blue status LED is like a mini airport beacon -- so I disabled it via the management software. 5Good product, reliable but has some flaws I recently bought this to upgrade from an old Linksys with DD-WRT installed. The Linksys was dead-on reliable, I never once had to restart it in over 3 years. I wanted to find something with faster wireless that was just as reliable, and this did the trick. Haven't restarted it once since I installed it months ago.It was concerned about the many reports of noisy devices, and mine is no exception. You can hear it working when you are downloading something and you are less than 10 feet away. Some may find this super annoying but it doesn't bother me at all. This is just lazy engineering and could be solved by the manufacturer without much trouble, but for some reason they just don't seem to care. In any case it's been no big deal for me.Once you set it up you'll probably never touch it again and that is exactly what I wanted.The configuration utility uses Java so you'll have to install that junk to set it up, if you haven't already. I'm not a fan of Java so I put that crap on a VM and set it up from there :-) 4Can't say enough I gave these access points a shot based on price. I will continue to exclusively use them in our corporate network because of how straightforward they are to install. I can't say enough about how great of an experience working with these has been at this price point. We have a dell sonicwall and the complementing access points they sell (SonicPoints) seemed okay, but are just too expensive (and visually not as striking) to compare to these units.The good:- Super easy network setup, especially if deployed across multiple sites (ask any questions if you need help, but it is not bad at all).- So far (~ 9 months), nothing in the way of failures using a mix of UAP-LRs and UAP-PROs.- Mostly intuitive interface- Great network coverage (the client will fail to reach the access point, not the other way around)- Great for network expansion (firmware updates are automatically pushed after controller software upgrade, and wireless downlinks (while not ideal) work well when needed).- Software controller. Not necessarily the biggest thing ever but it can reside on anything you want (home users - any laptop or pc; business users - I run mine on a Virtual Machine that runs 4 other services). It can sit alongside anything, and isn't a big deal if it has to be temporarily shut down. The AP's store their network settings once applied, so if you have to take the controller offline, the wireless network remains in-tact. Web services run on port 8080, so while I don't port-forward this in publicly, it certainly stands to reason that you don't necessarily even require a VPN connection to manage it.The bad:- Differing POE standards across the devices (but the edgeswitch was not an option when I was getting started with these; I ended up buying their toughswitch carrier model to rackmount. Edgeswitch, while not yet for sale, looks like it will fix every shortcoming of my setup). Non-issue if you aren't trying to deliver POE from a rack, and they do come with the necessary POE injectors, just something to be mindful of.- Locking ceiling-mount bracket... the old brackets had a cam lock that you could rotate the AP off of easily. The new ones have a springing tab that is unbelievably frustrating to take down once installed. Minor quip, but it will be a cam lock by the time you get it down due to needing to jam a screwdriver in to crush the tab back. Might want to modify prior to installation.Bottom Line:I can't say enough how simple the installation process on these has been and how much I am looking forward to working with Ubiquiti products. It has been a pleasure both in general software maintenance and overall ease of installation. 5Easy to configure, fast speeds and works great with Google Fiber Network Box As a tech savvy, but non-technically trained individual - this WAP was extremely easy to configure and provides exceptional wireless range and speed. As I do not currently own an devices which support AC wireless, I saved the $ by not purchasing the AC version of this product. However I paid more Pro version over the lower priced Ubiquiti access points to gain 5 ghz frequency.Pros:-Easy installation. The Power Over Ethernet (POE) only requires a network cable to be ran to desired location from your router / switch. The device comes with the POE injector so I did not need to purchase a separate product or upgrade my network switch to use the POE capabilities.-As an access point (not a wireless router) it did not require any additional configuration to work correctly with my Google Fiber network box (router). I did turn off the wireless from my Google Network box as the Ubiquiti AP was purchased to provide stronger signal strength to the main part of my house.-Fast Speeds: While not an AC band access point, I still routinely obtain 100-150 mps internet speeds through this router (Google Fiber 1 Gig bandwidth to house).-Strong Signal / Long Range: This device is located on the upstairs floor in a central hallway on the wall and I receive full signal strength "bars" on my phones and laptops in any room or in the basement of my house.-Attractive Design: On the wall with network cable fished into wall cavity, this device does not stand out and looks like a smoke detector.-Reasonable priced: This WAP is priced competitive to most consumer grade wireless routers that are not designed to be permanently mounted and which do not provide as strong a signal.-LED indicator indicates device status. This is very bright in a dark room but can be turned off from the configuration softwareCons (had to think hard to come up with any):-LED can only be turned on or off. I would like it to not be on unless there was an issue, then I would desire it to flash / glow red. Showing the green status obviously indicates it has power and is transmitting, but the LED ring is brighter than the brightest night light when turned on.-The software while relatively easy to use and walks you through adopting and configuring a new AP and wireless network, isn't the most intuitive and I usually find myself looking around for where to change the various settings. A local program must be installed on your computer, ideally it could be controlled from a full web based interface. 5More residential gear should be this good. I'm now using this plus a homemade firewall/router (running PFSense) to replace the Apple networking kit that was getting so crashy under my workload. I seriously love the Ubiquiti UniFi lineup, and I'm going to be buying more of it to give better WiFi coverage throughout my house and back outside to my writing shack. Part of what I love about it is that I can have separate SSID's (up to four) presented by the same access point, each routing to different VLAN's on my network. So I've got a passwordless guest network routing through Tor on my Raspberry Pi, my own family network, and a different network just for consumer electronics devices that need Internet access but that aren't "trusted" on my home network. This is a rather advanced network configuration for residential use, but this sort of thing is also my livelihood so my home network is overengineered. With that said, I'm really pleased with how well this is working, and how gracefully it handles a full house of guests at parties who all want to get on my guest wifi. 25+ people with their mobile devices on my WiFi, plus all of the gadgets already on my WiFi, and this access point handles it with ease. My old Apple Airport Extreme would fall over under much smaller loads.I also love the management software. It shows me who's connecting to my network, through which access point, and which SSID, and how much load they are putting on my network. It's really quite professional. I can't recommend this highly enough. 5Ubiquiti Networks UniFi UAP-PRO Enterprise WiFi System This WiFi access point is really intended for businesses, but I purchased it for my home to obtain commercial level quality, reliability & security. Range is way more than I need in my 3-level home and surrounding property, or at least I thought. I'll update this review after using the UniFi UAP-Pro for a while longer before jumping to any conclusions about its range. Appearance wise, simply put it looks cool and futuristic. I mounted it on the wall on the center level and close to the center of my home. It's a little larger than expected and it looks like a UFO, but it's cool! Even my wife likes it. I installed it myself using a Netgear ProSAFE Plus JGS516PE switch with PoE and custom made Cat5e cable. Administrator web interface is pretty nice. I scanned a copy of the floor plan for my main level and used it for the map feature. Be sure to properly set the map to scale or you'll think the range is about 5ft! As I said, this is really a commercial solution, so it doesn't have things like parental control, etc. Go to ubnt.com and click on UniFi for more info. 4
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