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Newegg has Ubiquiti Networks Unifi Controller Cloud Key (UC-CK) for $73.99 - 10% w/ promo code UBNWCOCT3C = $66.59. Shipping is free. Thanks Engineer

Also available, Newegg has Ubiquiti Networks 802.11ac Long Range Access Point (UAP-AC-LR-US) for $93.70 - 15% w/ promo code AFEMBRBD32 = $79.64. Shipping is free.
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For all those that have purchased Ubiquiti Unifi products and would like to have a stand alone controller running.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product

Coupon: UBNWCOCT3C

$73.99 - 10% = $66.59

You will need a power supply for this. It accepts standard 803.3af POE or a 5V Micro USB input.

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Also have the UAP-AC-LR for $93.70 - %15 off using AFEMBRBD32 making it $79.65 - best price in a long time from what I can tell.

Link: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product

Includes a PoE injector or you can use with a standard PoE switch (as long as it's made September 2016 or later)

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Also have the UAP-AC-Pro for $129.99 - %10 off using UBNWCOCT3C making it $116.99.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...-_-Product
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Last Edited by ramk13 October 19, 2017 at 10:03 PM
NeweggBusiness has the Ubiquiti Networks 16-Port UniFi Switch, Managed PoE+ Gigabit Switch with SFP, 150W (US-16-150W) for $254.69 after 10% discount promo code

https://www.neweggbusiness.com/pr...000a-000k7 (Discount appears to be dead as of 10/19)

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Make sure to update firmware in the UAP-AC-LR to patch the WPA2 flaw that's hackable:

https://www.yahoo.com/tech/resear...49669.html

https://community.ubnt.com/t5/Uni...-p/2099370

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This is a decent deal for the Cloudkey - just slightly cheaper than Amazon and no tax for some, who get taxed by Amazon. Would be on this if I hadn't just purchased one.
It looks like NewEgg has codes on a bunch of Unifi gear, for example the 16 port POE switch is about $257 shipped with the code on the page which is about the cheapest I've seen it and one of the best POE switches available from my opinion if you are running Unifi APs and other POE items (cameras etc.).
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This is a decent deal for the Cloudkey - just slightly cheaper than Amazon and no tax for some, who get taxed by Amazon. Would be on this if I hadn't just purchased one.
It looks like NewEgg has codes on a bunch of Unifi gear, for example the 16 port POE switch is about $257 shipped with the code on the page which is about the cheapest I've seen it and one of the best POE switches available from my opinion if you are running Unifi APs and other POE items (cameras etc.).
Thanks for the tip on the switch. I need a full POE one to go with my (future planned) full Ubiquiti setup. I missed out on the Used like new AC Pro's the other week, however.

Unfortunately, Newegg is in CA so charges me tax, so will have to do some price research.
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Thanks for the tip on the switch. I need a full POE one to go with my (future planned) full Ubiquiti setup. I missed out on the Used like new AC Pro's the other week, however.

Unfortunately, Newegg is in CA so charges me tax, so will have to do some price research.
I had been looking for some time - I have 10 devices so needed more than the 8 , the 16 gives me some room to grow. Cheapest I had seen it new prior to this was at B&H at $282 (tax free for me) - Amazon has had a few open boxed ones in the $279 range but not enough savings for me to deal with any potential issues (though they have always been good when I did have an issue in the past). My current Unifi setup is the Edge Router , with three AP Pros and two in wall APs covering an 8500 sq ft house - has been rock solid since setting up and have never had to reset it in the year since I put the first bits in (started with one edge router and one ap). Good luck with your setup.
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I had been looking for some time - I have 10 devices so needed more than the 8 , the 16 gives me some room to grow. Cheapest I had seen it new prior to this was at B&H at $282 (tax free for me) - Amazon has had a few open boxed ones in the $279 range but not enough savings for me to deal with any potential issues (though they have always been good when I did have an issue in the past). My current Unifi setup is the Edge Router , with three AP Pros and two in wall APs covering an 8500 sq ft house - has been rock solid since setting up and have never had to reset it in the year since I put the first bits in (started with one edge router and one ap). Good luck with your setup.
Do I really need the Edge pro? I have a Pace Gigabit router upstairs, 4 PoE cameras, about about 8 other networked devices (plus two AC Pro's and a Cloudkey I need to buy). Would this suffice? 3000 sq ft house

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Do I really need the Edge pro? I have a Pace Gigabit router upstairs, 4 PoE cameras, about about 8 other networked devices (plus two AC Pro's and a Cloudkey I need to buy). Would this suffice? 3000 sq ft house

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I use the Edgerouter as a firewall between the internet service (ATT in my case) and my internal network. If you're current internet connection modem or router has a firewall built in that you are comfortable with then there's no need for the Edegouter.
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I use the Edgerouter as a firewall between the internet service (ATT in my case) and my internal network. If you're current internet connection modem or router has a firewall built in that you are comfortable with then there's no need for the Edegouter.
Thanks. It's an AC5268 which does have a firewall to allow applications and other devices in and out.
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I'm on the fence on this. Cheapest I've seen it (About $11 cheaper than Amazon and I have to pay tax at Amazon - not Newegg). I could cheap out and try a Raspberry Pi 3 that's on the FP right now...decisions...decisions. I might just skip it altogether right now and install the Unifi Controller software on my HTPC and set it to not sleep. As long as it doesn't screw up my WMC setup, it should be all good.
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I'm on the fence on this. Cheapest I've seen it (About $11 cheaper than Amazon and I have to pay tax at Amazon - not Newegg). I could cheap out and try a Raspberry Pi 3 that's on the FP right now...decisions...decisions. I might just skip it altogether right now and install the Unifi Controller software on my HTPC and set it to not sleep. As long as it doesn't screw up my WMC setup, it should be all good.
For $66 I think it's worth it just to avoid the time and trouble. Plug it in. Done. Don't have to run Java on another machine and keep up with that and you have it all on one easily managed, low-powered device. When they were nearer $100 I had to think about it more.
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I added the Edgerouter once I put in my on modem (to get rid of the rental) - it's been great since configured though admittedly does not do much but port forward to a few things. It does provide pretty much straight through performance. I get virtually the same throughput going through the edge router as I do when I test connected directly to the modem. Have tested with all three kids streaming netflix and appears to be negligible performance cost.
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Not sure why this shows that it's dead. I just bought this, and the deal is still live...$66.59 shipped...
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Do I really need the Edge pro? I have a Pace Gigabit router upstairs, 4 PoE cameras, about about 8 other networked devices (plus two AC Pro's and a Cloudkey I need to buy). Would this suffice? 3000 sq ft house

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Not sure why this shows that it's dead. I just bought this, and the deal is still live...$66.59 shipped...
Not sure why but it didn't work this morning. Stated coupon not valid. I'll check and flag a mod to change.

Edit: I suppose it could be because I used that coupon last night on an order. Don't know....still doesn't work for me but mods checked it so must be good! Big Grin
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