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Ubiquiti UniFI AP Outdoor+ WiFi system with form factor built ( 2.4 GHz speed, speed upto 300 Mbps)

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00FBFXAW4
  • Item model number: UAP-Outdoor+
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Ubiquiti UAP-Outdoor+, UniFi AP-Outdoor+, 2.4GHz, 2 external antennas, 802.11n MIMO 300Mbps, up to 180m (600 ft), PoE, multi-lane RF technology, Virtual UniFi Controller.

Customer Reviews

Very easy setup using their software.
Irma
I had several Cisco APs without controller , and the management was nightmare either installation or changing some parameter later.
HAMAD A J ALJALLAB
Wi-Fi travels much farther outdoors where there are no walls to block the signal....covers my neighbor's back yard also!
Rick

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By D. M. Kruse on January 31, 2014
*Update 08-19-2014*
Ubiquiti had a firmware release, 3.2.1, on 06-18-2014 which modestly improved the situation. It appears Ubiquiti has given up on fixing the Outdoor+ issues. We RMA'd only two units and have kept five in service as their load is under 4 devices each. The units even on the new public firmware 3.2.1 still experience severe stability problems when more than 4 devices are connected. Bandwidth looks fine in a speedtest (sometimes), however, YouTube videos will fail to buffer from constant packet loss, and pages will stop mid-load (for about 10-20 seconds there is no traffic for that device, enough to be a problem). UBNT staff have moved onto other projects with newer, more marketable features. Our company is continuing to use the Outdoor (non-plus) model with great results, due to its reliably handling huge amounts of traffic and users, but with a real throughput maximum of 45Mbps (5.6MBps) per device. Have hit a maximum of 60 users (It can likely handle more) with over 400GB of download throughput over the last three months without needing a reboot. Strongly recommend Outdoor (non-plus) units over the Outdoor+.

*Update 05-28-2014*
Review changed from one of great praise to one of dismay, dropping to two stars. The units are very unstable. Speaking with other users at the Ubiquiti forums and talking with UBNT Developers has yielded no results. For five of our Ourdoor+ WAPs we have extremely intermittent connections. With one cell phone running a speedtest we get a full 60Mbps. When four devices jump on, all devices drop to 0.2Mbps download -- unusable. Updating the controller and firmware to 3.1.13RC made no difference, neither did adjusting minimum RSSI values (kickoff for weak devices). We will be RMAing all seven units and finding an alternative product.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Daniel R. Challis on April 12, 2014
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For a while now, we've been having problems with our Wi-Fi from linksys it's been a little slow, a little flakey etc. Personally I think it's our neighbor causing interference. Well you don't mess with a network engineer, so yesterday I Amazoned (is that a new verb) one of these puppies.......and today I plugged it in, these things kick some serious ass. Now I have the first wi-fi enabled well and that's at the property line at least 600' from the Access Point close up I get 100% on my wi-fi signal strength meter. It's the Cadillac Escalade of wi-fi. It's awesome!

Me 1 - Neighbors 0 :-)
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Rick on April 23, 2014
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I purchased one of these to extend my indoor network of three UniFi AP-Pro's to my patio and the area around my pool. After I installed it I configured it with the controller software and it "adopted" into my existing network with no problems. Provides 100 % coverage of my back yard and pool area. Wi-Fi travels much farther outdoors where there are no walls to block the signal....covers my neighbor's back yard also!

I am running the Beta controller software and using the Zero Handoff feature with my network, and this device works fine with ZH to and from my AP-Pro's. For me ZH is a "deal-breaker" on getting Wi-Fi to really work well. Now iPhones and iPads do not "stick" to the AP they were on when moving around the house....they switch to the AP that has the best signal at their location as they are moved around.

For more information see my review of the Ubiquiti UniFi AP-Pro.

When I ordered this unit I was wondering if it came with the antennae because the photo shows it without any antennae, but YES, it did come with two 5 dBi external antennae. You can also use other external antennae with higher gain if you need to.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By HAMAD A J ALJALLAB on February 8, 2014
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This unit deserves more than 5 stars.
I had several Cisco APs without controller , and the management was nightmare either installation or changing some parameter later. installed Ubiquiti UniFI AP Outdoor+ 2x2 ( as an outdoor AP ) and and configured the AP with three SSIDs by defining three VLANs on my Cisco switches , Also I installed the UniFi Controller on Windows 2008 server.
The only difficulty is in adding AP to the controller , but once you get done else is FUN.
it has many features:
1- Guest Control
2- Host Spot
3- Vouchers Management
4- Bandwidth Control per SSID
5- Blocking Client with MAC address .
6- Power Transmission Control
7- Great WiFi coverage
8- POE
Finally, for the price and free UniFi Controller software , I like it more than Cisco costly APs.
Note: you will need some networking basics to configure it, because it's very hard to get support for the UBNT.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Andy O on July 12, 2014
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I've owned quite a number of Ubiquiti products, and I keep coming back for more of their high quality goods. It does take some network knowledge to set them up, but this UniFI series really takes away most of the complexity. This product stands out as a winner with it's range and performance. I have it mounted about 15 feet above ground level on the outside of my house, and I get full bars on my phone and iPad for almost a block in my neighborhood. Plus, their build quality and firmware has never failed - I had PicoStation models installed outside for 2 years at my last house, and never had to reboot them or even think about the fact that they were there. They just work. And they don't seem to age at all in the sun - the plastic looks as good as day one.
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