Ubiquiti's EdgeRouter Pro is a "big-iron" router at a prosumer price. And screaming fast, too!
Ubiquiti has announced two additions to its UniFi outdoor access point family.
We retested Ubiquiti's UAP-AC and found improved 5 GHz performance, but now problems with 2.4 GHz.
The Ubiquiti's UAP-LR is a decent, inexpensive access point. But only partially lives up to its "Long Range" moniker.
Ubiquiti's UniFi 3.0 is a value-priced, centrally-managed Wi-Fi system that can start small, grow big and throws in the controller for free.
The performance of Ubiquiti's UAP-AC AC1750 class access point doesn't quite measure up to what we have found with consumer AC routers.
Ubiquiti has announced a new wireless management OS and draft 802.11ac access point to go with it.
Updated - If you are struggling to get Ubiquiti's EdgeRouter Lite to function as a basic router, these tips and pre-made config files should help
Ubiquiti's EdgeRouter Lite will be lots of fun for networking pros and lesser-skilled tinkerers with lots of patience. But average consumers should steer clear.