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Ubiquiti UniFi 6 Pro Wi-Fi 6 Access Point EXPIRED

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Ubiquiti Store has Ubiquiti UniFi 6 Pro Wi-Fi 6 Wireless Access Point (U6-Pro-US) for $149. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Dual-band WiFi 6 (802.11ax)
  • 5 GHz (4x4 MU-MIMO) band with a 4.8 Gbps throughput rate
  • 2.4 GHz (2x2 MIMO) band with a 573.5 Mbps throughput rate
  • Operates at full 4x4 MIMO with 160 MHz bandwidth
  • 300+ concurrent client capacity
  • Guest Traffic Isolation, which enhances wireless network security and lowers traffic congestion
  • Included universal mounting plate, backing plate, and screw kit

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SKU U6-Pro-US
Limit 2 per customer.

This has been OOS for weeks..
Posting in case there are others who have the keywords flagged.

Shipping seems to be free if your order is >$100.

Note: this is just the Access Point (not a router!), and it's configured via UniFi software/hardware.
Note 2: this AP is PoE powered, and the power adapter is NOT included!
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Hat-Trick asked this question on 02-03-2022 at 01:47 PM
02-04-2022 at 01:05 PM
You can definitely replace AC-Pro with U6-Pro. CloudKey Gen 1 should also be able to adapt U6-Pro given the Unifi Network Controller version is higher than the U6-Pro requirement.
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You will need to have UniFi software/hardware to configure this AP. And it is power by PoE so you need to have PoE Ethernet port available that can connect to this AP or has PoE injector, etc.

If you don't have (don't want) UniFi setup (or don't have PoE switch, etc), you may want to get other AP instead.
There is no hub for this. This is purely an access point. You can use this with any router or switch but if you use it with other unifi devices, there will be more integration and management.
The lite versions are the better deal. Getting this one is useless where it has a 1gb port and isnt wifi 6e.

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What's the hub for this?
There is no hub for this. This is purely an access point. You can use this with any router or switch but if you use it with other unifi devices, there will be more integration and management.
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What's the hub for this?
You will need to have UniFi software/hardware to configure this AP. And it is power by PoE so you need to have PoE Ethernet port available that can connect to this AP or has PoE injector, etc.

If you don't have (don't want) UniFi setup (or don't have PoE switch, etc), you may want to get other AP instead.
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Shipping is free @ $100. Add a small network cable if you order the Lite version. Love these things.
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I'm going to use 2x nanostation 5ac locos to bridge to an outbuilding, does it make more sense to use one of these over an ASUS ac86u in AP mode at the outbuilding?
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I'm going to use 2x nanostation 5ac locos to bridge to an outbuilding, does it make more sense to use one of these over an ASUS ac86u in AP mode at the outbuilding?
According to documentation, the 5ac loco maxes out at 450Mbps but real world people are seeing half of that. Going with a 5.3Gbps device on the opposite end is extreme overkill.
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Thanks for letting us know been waiting to get more of these. I have lites and pros as well as one lr. The pros are the best. Real world speed tests show amazing speeds
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Thanks. I've ordered 2. Been waiting forever for this.
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I have compatibility issue between U6 Pro with WPA3 and Intel AX210. U6 Lite and U6 LR are perfectly good. Ubiquity Support is working on it for a while now but not yet resolved.
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Not 6e

Wi-Fi 6E devices use a dedicated 6E spectrum with up to seven additional 160 MHz channels while Wi-Fi 6 devices share the same congested spectrum — and only two 160 MHz channels — with other legacy Wi-Fi 4, 5, and 6 devices,"
Does anyone know if Ubiquiti offers a "6E" Access Point at this time?
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Hum … so tempting. I have 1 LR AP that I got 3-4 months ago and still have 1 spot with spotty reception. I can put one of these in the basement (not as close to spotty area, but would solve my issue) but not sure about adding another AP to system since never done before. Thanks OP as now I've got a decision to make.
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I have compatibility issue between U6 Pro with WPA3 and Intel AX210. U6 Lite and U6 LR are perfectly good. Ubiquity Support is working on it for a while now but not yet resolved.
New firmware released this week. Maybe that will fix it?
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