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Model in title next time please. "UAP-AC-LR" is much more useful than "Enterprise Wi-Fi System". That could mean any Ubiquiti wifi product. Furthermore this isn't a "system" it is an access point best used in conjunction with a system.
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https://blog.rapid7.com/2019/02/0...exposures/
Ubiquiti devices were being exploited and used to conduct denial-of-service (DoS) attacks using a service on 10001/UDP.


May not affect your Ubiquiti setup but good to know there is an issue and should double check your setup to make sure it is ok.
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https://blog.rapid7.com/2019/02/0...exposures/
Ubiquiti devices were being exploited and used to conduct denial-of-service (DoS) attacks using a service on 10001/UDP.


May not affect your Ubiquiti setup but good to know there is an issue and should double check your setup to make sure it is ok.
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https://blog.rapid7.com/2019/02/0...exposures/ [rapid7.com]
Ubiquiti devices were being exploited and used to conduct denial-of-service (DoS) attacks using a service on 10001/UDP.


May not affect your Ubiquiti setup but good to know there is an issue and should double check your setup to make sure it is ok.
I noticed all my APs had updates available this morning..hopefully everything is patched up now.
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Curious on how this compares to the AC-LITE and PRO models in a residential house, say 2 stories.
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Curious on how this compares to the AC-LITE and PRO models in a residential house, say 2 stories.
There are two competing thoughts of this from my understanding in general terms (not an wireless expert by any means)

Best case for high density deployments with lot of devices in tough spaces is probably to go with multiple "less" powerful AC-LITE, pros or Nano-HD as you get better throughput per device.

Best case for low density wide open spaces and where speed isn't a priority with less devices is to get something like this LR as it can broadcast farther and is also more sensitive to receiving, keep in mind that you can actually get worse wifi if leave these on full blast as your receiving devices have to ramp up their transmitter to fight the noise just to be heard.

I'd probably stick with AC-Lite or Pro's in the house, but there are people who just run one LR and are happy with that, so YMMV
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As far as I can tell, my Pro has better signal strength than the LR, based on my testing in the house with both of them next to each other and going thru about 4 walls.
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My LR seems weaker than my ASUS TM-AC1900 used as an access point.
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I have 2 UAP-AC-LR's in my home. The biggest separator between the Lite and LR in my opinion, was that the LR has 3x3 antennas on the 2.4GHz band, while the Lite is 2x2. Many other people will be quick to point out that having a "long-range" AP doesn't do any good if the client device doesn't have the power to reach back -- this is correct. And most "regular" consumer devices won't be able to talk back as far as the AP might reach.

So, in my view, if the price for the LR is close to the Lite, you do get the benefit of the extra 2.4GHz throughput via the 3x3 antennas. The LR and the Lite both have the 24V passive PoE, but a quick Google search indicates they may also support 802.3af as well. Personally, I just use the supplied power injectors that they came with (since I only have 2 APs), but you would want to clarify these with your setup if PoE is important to you.
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Beware. Bad quality and poor customer service.

Their return policy is 45-days and according to their website policy, we need to contact their customer service for a RA number to start the return process.

I emailed them around within the 45-days return window but their customer service ignored me until it was after 45-days so they don't need to take responsibility. They even email me back saying my initial email with them was after the 45-days, but I have proof of email and they are still denying it.

Really shady and unethical business. I am now stuck with a defective product and waiting for their response on why they ignored my initial email.
That sucks. I've had two LR units running in my 2 level + basement home for almost 2 years and they have been flawless. No signal issues inside or outside my home (small neighborhood lot, about 1/3 acre)

Both of my spectrums are pretty packed due to living in a "cookie cutter" neighborhood - these guys still don't skip a beat.

I can't say I've had to deal with support, but my experience with their APs and Cameras have been top notch.
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Beware. Bad quality and poor customer service.

Their return policy is 45-days and according to their website policy, we need to contact their customer service for a RA number to start the return process.

I emailed them around within the 45-days return window but their customer service ignored me until it was after 45-days so they don't need to take responsibility. They even email me back saying my initial email with them was after the 45-days, but I have proof of email and they are still denying it.

Really shady and unethical business. I am now stuck with a defective product and waiting for their response on why they ignored my initial email.
It's time for you contact to your credit card. They may help you.
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Beware. Bad quality and poor customer service.

Their return policy is 45-days and according to their website policy, we need to contact their customer service for a RA number to start the return process.

I emailed them around within the 45-days return window but their customer service ignored me until it was after 45-days so they don't need to take responsibility. They even email me back saying my initial email with them was after the 45-days, but I have proof of email and they are still denying it.

Really shady and unethical business. I am now stuck with a defective product and waiting for their response on why they ignored my initial email.
Are you talking about buydig or ubiquiti?
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Solved. BuyDig has helped resolve the issue.

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Are you talking about buydig or ubiquiti?
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Solved. BuyDig has helped resolve the issue.
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