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This access point has dual-radio 3x3 11AC MIMO technology w/ speeds of up to 450 Mbps at 2.4GHz band and up to 1300 Mbps at 5GHz band, (2) 10/100/1000 ethernet ports and is compatible w/ 802.3af PoE/802.3at PoE+. - Randy71

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Newegg has Ubiquiti UniFi UAP-AC-PRO Dual-Radio Access Point for $116.99 - $13 w/ promo code UBNWCOCT3C

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Last Edited by MozartA October 18, 2017 at 11:10 AM
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Make sure to update firmware in the UAP-AC-Pro to patch the WPA2 flaw that's hackable:

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

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

As a side note, the WPA KRACK issue effects nearly all WiFi products using WPA2 so they all should be patched as soon as possible.









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I do not believe you are correct in this statement. First off, these have 2 ethernet plugs: 1 for input and one for output. Basically it works like a serial pass-through where 1 can be connected directly to the switch, the rest can be daisy-chained to each other. The secondary port does not carry PoE, though, so you would need to re-inject PoE in the line somehow.

Also, you seemingly can turn a Ubiquity AP into a repeater [youtube.com], but from what I read you get a pretty significant speed penalty of 50% to service the repeater traffic. Also, I think I read somewhere that you can only do 1 hop repeater, so you can't repeat a repeated signal. I forget where I read that last bit, so I can't cite it.

One key note for those looking to pair these with EdgeRouters, only the ER PoE provides the 48v power needed for these hefty APs, and as stated above the APs do not repeat the PoE on their secondary port. This means if you are using a ER-X or some other EdgeRouter device to distribute the PoE you cannot pass the PoE through the router, you will have to put it on the downlink to the AP and repeat it for all your APs.

I would also like to point out that Ubiquity patched all their APs [ubnt.com] 2hrs before KRACK was announced publicly.

Lastly, please keep in mind these are "enterprise level" APs. These are meant for large-scale installations like corporate offices, stadiums, hotels, etc. You can do a LOT of cool tricks with these, like split SSIDs, access groups with metered and/or scheduled access (think turning off the kids wifi at night but you and your spouse stays connected), temp access, etc. Pretty much anything you have seen done at a hotel, coffee shop, corporation, etc can be done with these.
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You can plug the power injector into a wall outlet and then connect wirelessly to another AP.
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Purchased one two months ago to replace my Fios Quantum wireless. Best decision I ever made. The upgrade to the Quantum router helped for a few months, but soon everyone in my house was complaining. Following many recommendations, plugged it into one of my Ethernet ports and placed it in the center of my home and it's been phenomenal.
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Great timing. Going to order a couple. I already own 5 of these.
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Great timing. Going to order a couple. I already own 5 of these.
Do I understand right that only the first one need be wired and after that others connect wirelessly to each other?

So theoretically a router plus two of these Ubiquiti Pros is in effect like a mesh?
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Do I understand right that only the first one need be wired and after that others connect wirelessly to each other?

So theoretically a router plus two of these Ubiquiti Pros is in effect like a mesh?
Correct. These could be used as wifi repeaters. They can't do NAT and act as fully functional routers.
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Incorrect.

Each will need to be plugged into the PoE switch, which is connected to a router. These are Access Points.
You can plug the power injector into a wall outlet and then connect wirelessly to another AP.
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You can plug the power injector into a wall outlet and then connect wirelessly to another AP.
Agree.
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You can plug the power injector into a wall outlet and then connect wirelessly to another AP.
You can. But remember, each AP needs to be connected to the switch and not to each other AP. Little different concept then google wifi. You setup the Unified Controller to manage all these devices, including Cloud Key, switches, APs, etc. Within the Controller, you can define sites, config lan/wireless networks, etc.
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Purchased one two months ago to replace my Fios Quantum wireless. Best decision I ever made. The upgrade to the Quantum router helped for a few months, but soon everyone in my house was complaining. Following many recommendations, plugged it into one of my Ethernet ports and placed it in the center of my home and it's been phenomenal.
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Thanks. Picked up 2 of these, a switch, unify key, and USG. All works with this code. Repped
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code work for me. thanks
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