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Ubiquiti UniFi 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Managed Switch w/ PoE Ports EXPIRED

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Staples.com has Ubiquiti UniFi 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Managed Switch w/ PoE Ports (US-8-60W) for $89 w/ coupon code 91742 applied in cart. Shipping is free.*You must proceed to checkout to see the discount applied (after applying coupon code in cart).

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Product Features
  • Gigabit Ethernet managed switch for high-speed data connectivity
  • Ports: Eight 10/100/1000Mbps RJ45-ports w/ four auto-sensing IEEE 802.3af PoE ports
  • Dimensions: 1.21"x5.83"x3.92"
  • Power consumption: 12W
  • Meets CE, FCC, IC certifications and standards
  • Power: 48 V, 0.5 A external AC/DC adapter
  • Weight: 15.24oz.
  • Includes a standard 1-Year warranty w/ purchase

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I don't know what's great about UI. They refuse to do automated tests, which results in firmware releases that even fans don't trust and now management is going to outsource engineering to the cheapest country. Their prices aren't justified given the quality of their products.
I had my first experience with Ubiquiti yesterday actually. Bought a Dream Machine a few weeks ago, but have been having intermittent internet issues. Ruled out the ISP.

I needed to do a few things on the UDM......spent $350 bucks and the only help I can get is via chat or email? From 9a-330p we were going back and forth. It would have taken 20 mins via phone.

Great device, i figured out the issue myself, really contemplating whether to keep it due to the the service. Seems like they encourage people go the community route instead of wanting to provide support.
I have a Ubiquiti network. Great hardware, horrible firmware. Still much cheaper than the alternatives. It's basically for prosumers. I wouldn't suggest using Ubiquiti for a business.

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Deal is back for anyone that needs one.

Use coupon at 91742 Checkout.

https://www.staples.com/Ubiquiti-..._IM17Y1764
is this just a good deal because you can use $20 off? and any item around the same price at MSRP as well? i have a bunch of UniFi stuff already just curious why calling out this particular model
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is this just a good deal because you can use $20 off? and any item around the same price at MSRP as well? i have a bunch of UniFi stuff already just curious why calling out this particular model
Probably because it's the most popular, and never goes on sale.
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is this just a good deal because you can use $20 off? and any item around the same price at MSRP as well? i have a bunch of UniFi stuff already just curious why calling out this particular model
This frequently goes on sale at staples with the coupon. Staples has a limited amount of reasonably priced Unifi items to use with this coupon. This coupon makes it a pretty good buy compared to most places. Not a lot of sales on Unifi stuff at retailers.
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I don't know what's great about UI. They refuse to do automated tests, which results in firmware releases that even fans don't trust and now management is going to outsource engineering to the cheapest country. Their prices aren't justified given the quality of their products.
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I don't know what's great about UI. They refuse to do automated tests, which results in firmware releases that even fans don't trust and now management is going to outsource engineering to the cheapest country. Their prices aren't justified given the quality of their products.
I have a Ubiquiti network. Great hardware, horrible firmware. Still much cheaper than the alternatives. It's basically for prosumers. I wouldn't suggest using Ubiquiti for a business.
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A few years ago when I bought unifi, it went on sale all the time. Those times are gone Frown. I've been looking for alternatives. Mikro and ruckus are about it.
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I don't know what's great about UI. They refuse to do automated tests, which results in firmware releases that even fans don't trust and now management is going to outsource engineering to the cheapest country. Their prices aren't justified given the quality of their products.
Do you have a source for this info?
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I had my first experience with Ubiquiti yesterday actually. Bought a Dream Machine a few weeks ago, but have been having intermittent internet issues. Ruled out the ISP.

I needed to do a few things on the UDM......spent $350 bucks and the only help I can get is via chat or email? From 9a-330p we were going back and forth. It would have taken 20 mins via phone.

Great device, i figured out the issue myself, really contemplating whether to keep it due to the the service. Seems like they encourage people go the community route instead of wanting to provide support.
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Unifi for home is geared to prosumers. I don't expect super great customer support considering it's free. I do wish the firmware updates were more stable. But, I think they know their base is prosumers and are willing to troubleshoot and test.

Examples:
- I have an older Fitbit Aria wifi scale. Firmware upgrade comes out and turns off some legacy support which broke wifi on the scale. Took me a while to find the right setting, but I
got it back.
- My UDM Pro sent an alert about low disk space. I check it out and sure enough, it's almost full. I turned off all kinds of things, it kept filling up. I took a backup and opened a ticket with customer support. 24 hours later, I have customer suport emailing but by this time the drive filled up, killed the controller. I ended up doing a factory reset, upgrading firmware, and restoring my config. Customer service wasn't any help, but I think they know their base is prosumer and will hit up the community anyway.
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Quote from necrodiety :
Unifi for home is geared to prosumers. I don't expect super great customer support considering it's free. I do wish the firmware updates were more stable. But, I think they know their base is prosumers and are willing to troubleshoot and test.

Examples:
- I have an older Fitbit Aria wifi scale. Firmware upgrade comes out and turns off some legacy support which broke wifi on the scale. Took me a while to find the right setting, but I
got it back.
- My UDM Pro sent an alert about low disk space. I check it out and sure enough, it's almost full. I turned off all kinds of things, it kept filling up. I took a backup and opened a ticket with customer support. 24 hours later, I have customer suport emailing but by this time the drive filled up, killed the controller. I ended up doing a factory reset, upgrading firmware, and restoring my config. Customer service wasn't any help, but I think they know their base is prosumer and will hit up the community anyway.
Can you tell me which setting? to fix the scale? I ended up having to add an old linksys 802.11b AP for the scale that I plug in to do a sync.
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I had my first experience with Ubiquiti yesterday actually. Bought a Dream Machine a few weeks ago, but have been having intermittent internet issues. Ruled out the ISP.

I needed to do a few things on the UDM......spent $350 bucks and the only help I can get is via chat or email? From 9a-330p we were going back and forth. It would have taken 20 mins via phone.

Great device, i figured out the issue myself, really contemplating whether to keep it due to the the service. Seems like they encourage people go the community route instead of wanting to provide support.
Hi, I realize this isn't the place and my question isn't deal related. But I too have a UDM and am experiencing intermittent internet issues. May I ask how you were able to resolve?
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Can you tell me which setting? to fix the scale? I ended up having to add an old linksys 802.11b AP for the scale that I plug in to do a sync.
IIRC this was how I fixed it:
https://community.ui.com/question...65fb246cee
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