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Scenario: You have a Zenbu router that is struggling to provide sufficient wireless coverage to your property. You plan to use a Ubiquiti AirMax device to extend wireless coverage. Equipment: The access point we will be configuring in this scenario is a Ubiquiti NanoStation M2: A high powered, high gain 2.4GHz MIMO directional (53° beam width) access point.
Issue: When creating a Call Queue your Agents are unable to Login and Logout of the queue using the default Postfix. Resolution: If you are trying to use the default Login and Logout Postfixes (i.e. 6500* to login and 6500** to logout) the call will fail from a Grandstream IP Phone with the default Dial Plan.
Scenario: With the release of the US-8-150W, UAP-IW and the new UAP-AC Series Access Points, now is perfect time to start looking at UniFi as a complete network solution for Home, SOHO and Enterprise Networks including Motels and Hotels. This blog will explain how to configure multiple networks using VLANs including a corporate and guest network.
With the latest release of Ubiquiti UniFi Video 3.2.0, Gen 1 airCam's are no longer supported. This includes the following models airCam, airCam-Dome and airCam-Mini. If you have any of these cameras on your network you will not want to upgrade to the latest UniFi Video 3.2.0 as these cameras will no longer work with the software. As a result I have added some options to a script I have previously created for streamlining the upgrade process from airVison2.
FRITZ!Box Wireless Routers are very popular as they are loaded with features including USB Ports for file and print sharing, 802.11ac WiFi, Gigabit Ethernet and built in SIP Server with Phone ports for migrating your home phone system to VoIP (All features are depending on model).
Scenario: Did you know that you can create a Site to Site VPN connection in just a few simple steps with UniFi? All you need is a UniFi Controller with multiple sites and a UniFi Security Gateway at each site you wish to create a VPN connection between.