Auto Backup for Unifi CloudKey

Post by Maxime Rousseau

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Working with Ubiquiti gear is a wild ride; the ecstasy of deploying enterprise-grade gear for the borderline absurd prices that the Edge and Unifi lines enable is all to often ruined by the agony of buggy firmware, features that were promised on GA releases that are still not implemented 2…

Easy Fix for Dead Unifi AC-Lite Access Points

Post by Maxime Rousseau

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I've been deploying Ubiquiti's Unifi gear for a while and I absolutely love it. While the development cycle of firmware and software is somewhat uneven, the products are great, inexpensive, run off a self-hosted management portal and don't have any licensing costs attached to them. Except for firmware-induced hiccups, I…

Home Network Segmentation, NAT Loopback to VLAN on Ubiquiti Unifi Gear

Post by Maxime Rousseau

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I've been putting off segmenting my network for a while now, but the recent IoT botnet powered DDoS has bumped the task up my list of priorities, and I finally got around to doing it. Generally, if your network is anything other than non-critical clients accessing the internet, that is…

Bypassing Bell Fibe FTTH Hub with Ubiquiti EdgeMAX Equipment

Post by Maxime Rousseau

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Whenever I have to interact with big telcos, I inevitably come to ask myself why they are still in business. It's a wonder that companies that are so big and so dysfunctional on so many levels still have any customers at all. I've recently had to do an ISP switchover…