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Ubiquiti BULLET-M2-HP Outdoor 802.11 B/G/N M2HP

4.2 out of 5 stars 93 customer reviews
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Product Description

The Bullet M2 HP is a revolutionary outdoor radio device that features a signal strength LED meter for antenna alignment, a low-loss integrated N-type RF connector, and a strong and robust weatherproof design. This inline wireless access point can instantly transform any antenna into a carrier class radio system. Get the most of your WiFi through an easy setup process with the Bullet M2-HP.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002SYS22E
  • Item model number: BM2HP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 93 customer reviews
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We were amazed at the form and performance specs for the Bullet HP2 and Bullet HP M. We own at least 25 units. After a couple of years of frustration with no technical or customer support from Ubiquiti and at least a 50% failure in the field, we are going to replace these with something different. The Bullets should not be sold as outdoor units. They get moisture inside and fail. Good idea - bad manufacturing. I write this because I just pulled, yet another Bullet HP2 off a tower and it is full of water and corrosion. $79 is not cheap when you have to climb and replace the units like cheap lightbulbs.
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Regardless of what the product descriptions states, This unit needs to be under cover. Will fail within months from water intrusion or overheating in the sun. Not for the novice to set up and won't work out of the box. Extremely sensitive to power surges and needs some sort of power protection (surge protector). As a previous reviewer noted, these have a high failure rate but if you're willing to take steps to protect the unit it will work well for you. Certainly the most powerful long-range unit we've had..
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I currently am using two of these and 15db 30 degree directional antennas from radiolabs to blast a signal a quarter mile. the path is littered with foliage and attempts at using consumer grade equipment at twice the cost were not working out. With the Bullet you can use built in spectrum analysis to see exactly what channel is clearest. When using other AirOS devices together you can take advantage of non standard bandwidths (5 10 20 40mhz), and even straddle between standard wifi channels for extra security. Proprietary "AirMax" technology works as advertised, and i get a very stable 120mbps connection. I highly recommend reading through the AirOS user guide available from ubiquiti's website to help ensure you take advantage of all this gizmo has to offer.

Pro's - No other wifi access point in this price range comes close to the functionality of the bullet (with the exception of other Ubiquiti devices). Well suited to long range links.

Cons - Requires intermediate networking experience to properly configure and utilize all built in features. Customer support is limited to the documentation and forum.

Update - So far 4 months of unprotected outdoor use and no problems. I did take the added step of using a dab of caulk around the provided sealing ring for extra protection when i installed these. Perhaps that extra step may help other avoid premature failure.
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I purchased this for use in a Motorhome connected to a WifiRanger Pro. The Ranger has a plug for their own version called the WFRBoost. The Bullet2-HP is higher powered and with a proper antenna can reach an access point MILES away.

One caveat is that it is too powerful for close in connections. Dialing down the power settings does not really seem to help. If you try to use it to connect to an access point too close you will over power the access point and not only will it not connect but can cause interference with anyone else trying to connect.

I mounted mine to an 8db omni directional antenna. That in turn was mounted to a telescoping flag pole with a mount that slides in the receiver hitch. That setup allowed me to connect to a public hotspot at a Marina while camped a couple of miles away on the beach.

For a primary use in campgrounds and RV parks I would recommend the lower powered bullet2 and a 3db antenna.

I dropped a star because to a novice it can be somewhat intimidating. The interface is intuitive if you have a networking background or are using something like the Ranger. A beginner will be very confused as to how to set one up.
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The unit is unable to remain stable, reboots itself often, very buggy and the support site poor.
No telephone support, the on-line forum is full of self-serving, so called "professionals" who berate anyone who is not.
We have several of these and we're replacing them all.
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I just bought one of these for the AP side of a 3 mile wireless bridge (house to house) using 19 dbi directional panels. When I was finally able to get it configured it works super! I am using WPA2-PSK, which was easy to configure. However, the thing that really screwed me up was the Bullet M2 "AirMax" option is ENABLED by default -- and this makes the device INCOMPATIBLE with all other devices (Can you say stupid default?) Also the 40 MHz option is incompatible with most devices. Also I tried to configure the LAN-side of the M2 to use DHCP to get its IP, but that feature appears to be broken! I kept getting "Host unreachable" errors until I changed the M2 LAN IP to Static. Also it appears to be impossible to change the PASSWORD on this device. Fortunately you can change the userid to something obscure. Jeez, I think ubiquiti should do a bit more usability testing. I only recommend this device if you are a geek and you have a LOT of patience.
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This is one of the most powerful Wi-Fi devices that I own. If your only intention is to setup a long-range Wi-Fi connection and that's it, this could be what you're looking for. The BULLET-M2-HP has a few weaknesses, though. For one, it gets HOT. I don't know why it puts out so much heat.

The web interface might be a little too complicated for users. For the life of me, I couldn't figure out how to change the password. I just changed the user name instead. Another issue is that it isn't exactly weatherproof as some other reviews have stated. I would recommend the Titanium version of the M2 for this reason. People seem to have better luck with it and it also comes with the PoE adapter. You have to purchase the PoE adapter separately for the standard M2.

Alfa has the TUBE series which is very similar to Ubiquiti's BULLET products. I have the Alfa TUBE-U(N) which is basically just a powerful USB Wi-Fi adapter. It seems to be every bit as powerful as the BULLET M2. However, it doesn't have all of the neat signal compensation tech that the BULLET has. Alfa also have the TUBE 2H and TUBE 5H which are Ethernet-powered. They're much cheaper than the BULLET series. Just something to check out.
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