|商品尺寸||19.67 x 3.5 x 19.67 cm; 349.27 克|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||不是|
Ubiquiti Networks Unifi 802.11ac Dual-Radio PRO Access Point
- 3 Dual-Band Antennas, 3 dBi each
- Max. Power Consumption: 9W
- Networking Interface: 2 10/100/1000 Ethernet Ports
- Features auto-sensing 802.3af/802.3at PoE support and can be powered by any of the following: Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Switch 802.3af/802.3at PoE+ compliant switch Ubiquiti Networks Gigabit PoE Adapter (48V, 0.5A)
- Wi-Fi Standards: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
UAP-AC-PRO-US (Single Pack U.S. Version) . The UniFi AC Pro AP supports simultaneous dual-band, 3x3 MIMO technology in the 5 and 2.4 GHz radio bands. The UniFi AC Pro AP features the latest Wi-Fi 802.11ac, 3x3 MIMO technology in a refined industrial design and is ideal for deployment of maximum‑performance wireless networks. The UniFi AC Pro AP is a gigabit, 802.3af-powered access point suitable for indoor or outdoor use. You can easily replace a standard UniFi AP using the same mounting hardware.
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The management software is really powerful and is a power-users dream. It does require a separate system to run on. To start off with I set it up on my Windows PC, then migrated it to a dedicated Linux server in my basement. The software lets you tweak radio strength and channels, provides alerts on unusual activities (like Radar scans being detected), breakdowns on what wireless clients are connected, what channel they're on, how much bandwidth they've used and so.
It looks like there are associated security Gateway to provide firewall/VPN and other services as well. Plus that in theory integrates into the management software to give greater insight into your internet performance and reliability. I haven't bought one of those yet, but I'd love to take it for a spin to see
Long story short, if you understand the acronyms and what I'm saying in this review, then get this WAP. If you don't understand some advanced networking and wifi terminology, this might not be the best solution for you.
* Great coverage
* Management software is very powerful and lets you dig into a ton of details
* Management software can run on a separate server/system and isn't tied to your device.
* Runs a bit hot (wouldn't put in an attic)
* Requires a separate system to run the management software.
The main difference between this AP and your typical/cheap home AP is that Ubiquiti products are managed remotely via 'controller' software. In a nutshell, the controller software exposes a local web interface which has all the GUI features you need to identify, 'adopt', and configure the AP. The software is available for all major operating systems and they even include a Java-based version of the app, for cross-platform compatibility. I found the web interface to be intuitive and fairly straight-forward, but I'm a programmer/devops guy who's used to network/subnet configuration. Regardless, the web interface is sensible and I think even a n00b can muddle their way through it.
The only niggling/minor complaint I have is with the license agreement on the controller software: "...you agree that Ubiquiti may from time to time collect and use device information (such as hardware model, firmware version, device identifiers, device performance information and device operation parameters), collected in a form that does not personally identify you...". There is no way to opt-out of this data sharing, though you could configure outbound blocking rules in your firewall to drop any packets from your AP which are being sent to the IP range owned by Ubiquiti (22.214.171.124 > 126.96.36.199/16, 188.8.131.52 > 184.108.40.206/16), but a lot of home routers may not be up to this task. If running a Linux-based firewall/gateway using IP tables (which I do and highly recommend), you can add the appropriate rules in no time.
Otherwise, I love, love, love this Access Point and would buy it again in a heart beat!
Now of course there are options you need to configure to make this run it's best but I wouldn't rule this out as meant for average home users.
What separates this from the average plug and play home user is you're required to read and follow directions to get it up and running, not many people like that concept in 2018. Highly recommend watching a Youtube video by Battlenonsense about Unifi router setups. It applies to the router Unifi sells and this access point and is very easy to follow. You’ll get this running better than any other Wifi router you might have owned in about 15-20 minutes.
Best part about this AP is the range. As many have said in a 3000+ squarefoot home you have 5G speeds on your devices that ends up making it possible to play any video game as if you have a direct wired connection into your computer. Cellphones and any other connected device has the full speed of my router flowing through it.
Any extra settings you may need, I highly encourage you to google what you’re thinking/need and you’ll find a solution.