You login, input the new SSID and Password, hit apply, will be disconnected and then reconnect to the new SSID like a new wifi network…
Has literally been this way since they very first home wireless aps
So again, I will repeat, normal gigabit links in a PERFECT scenario (like lab perfect) max out at ~940mbps. To go above that you need to use the 2.5gb link port that the XB7 does have (its the one with the orange line) and equipment that can run at that link or higher all the way to your device...
I believe that is the XB7
So to be clear, you are bumping up to real world rate limits on wifi and 1GB hardwire. Hardwire 1gb in a perfect world is 940mbps.
I always find this funny, because those speeds you are getting are...
I have been liking the Ubiquiti G4 doorbell, but note it is part of their Protect system (ie you need to setup a device with their NVR controller software).
For wireless chimes, I use the HoneyWell wireless chimes and their wired to wireless bridge.
The protect issue of cameras disconnecting snd losing footage was a bug that is fixed.
similarly the UDMP is a buggy mess but getting better.
Cloud Key G2 with Unifi APs and a USG is rock solid.
agree the stats is a mess, dont use it.
I can tell you this, once setup it is reliable in my experience and that is worth a lot to me.
Screw high speeds if the service is not reliable.
The reality is most households dont need anything more than 100mb or so. And even less on upload. I do wish they had more upload speed as I came from...
Netgear CM1000 Cable Modem - DOCSIS 3.1 Gigabit
Xfinity, Spectrum, COX, etc. Up to 1 gbps rated.
Includes just the Modem and Power Cord, in good physical condition.
I purchased this used to use with new service, but ended up not going with cable so it needs to go.
Powers up and logged in just...
Have had fantastic experiences with it over the years. Like anything, once you know it the smaller quirks and differences people complain about tend to be non-issues.
It is a unique architecture with their controller setup, but once you get it the whole system is great to work with.
I run 10+...
You are mixing a few different things under 'HelpDesk'. For pure Helpdesk / ticket functionality, I really like ZenDesk. It is also one of the standards in the industry so a lot of other SaaS solutions integrate easily with it for things like IT Asset Management, etc.
The Edge(Router) line is really designed for people that know networking well. They are extremely powerful devices, but not designed for ease of set up and configurations if you do not know networking. That said, if you do, it is significantly easier than say a Cisco IOS device.
Unifi is a...
and if you want to really go for it, do so with a Ubiquiti Unifi AP.
Has been my go to in multi-living / condo situations for clients and does an impressive job of keeping strong client connections amongst the noise.
You will like it, the 10inch is quite a bit more real estate and all are plenty fast these days.
I regularly use iPad Airs, Pros (10.5, 9.7 and the new gen), and base iPads. The only one that really lags behind IMO is the base iPad.
The scenario he is seeing is degraded performance as the Wifi cameras are steady consumers of the channel traffic, not the need to separate the traffic for routing, security, etc.. Simply using a multi-SSID AP will do nothing to help with this problem as the multiple SSIDs are still on a single...
If there is one, sure. But frankly even a basic stateful firewall (like many routers now are) will make a direct "hack their system" approach very difficult unless there is an application open that has a vulnerability.
Yes, there have been stateful firewalls with exploits in the past, but to the...
Correct, the old first gen "Square" AC models are no longer supported.
TBH they were a PITA when they first released as well, always was a buggy model for what is otherwise a great lineup from Ubiquiti.
The new ~$120 PRO AC models spank those first gens as well.
Personally I love Hyper-V as I grew up supporting Windows.
I ran three Hyper-V hosts on Server 2012 and recently migrated to Server 2016. It is easy to manage, and works seamlessly with a windows ecosystem. I especially like how much easier it is to work with VM files, disks, etc. because it...
The problem with hosting at home is that it seems great for awhile. Then something goes wrong and you get downtime and the issues start to pile up like crazy.
I actually do host a few services out of my house, but they are not websites. They are monitoring and backup services for clients that...