Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Access Point Long Range Enterprise Wi-Fi System (Single Pack)

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Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Access Point Long Range Enterprise Wi-Fi System (Single Pack)
Key Features
  • 802.11n MIMO Technology
  • 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi Standard
  • Range of up to 600' & Speed of 300 Mb/s
  • UniFi Controller Software
The single pack UniFi Access Point Long Range Enterprise Wi-Fi System from Ubiquiti Networks is a scalable enterprise access point solution designed to be easily deployed and managed. UniFi AP-LR has a long range of up to 600'. It also offers 802.11n MIMO technology, with speeds of up to 300 Mb/s. UniFi Access Point (AP) indoor model has a sleek design and can be easily mounted to a ceiling tile or wall, using the included mounting hardware. UniFi AP-LR system includes UniFi Controller software. The software installs on PC, Mac, or Linux machines within the network and is easily accessible through a standard web browser. Using the UniFi Controller software, an Enterprise Wi-Fi network can be quickly configured and administered without any special training. Real-time status, automatic UAP device detection, map loading, and advanced security options are all seamlessly integrated in the system.
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If this is a good thing to used for rapid deployment. how many can it handle? give us an assurance
Asked by: Anonymous
This access point will support about 200 concurrent clients
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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If you just want to use this for Google Voice at home - will it need elaborate setup? I understand it will need a POE injector, but other than that, what complications will be expected just to link it to Google Voice for home use?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Enterprise Pro VoIP Phone with 5 Touchscreen is a SIP phone, and does not natively support Google voice. To use the phone as intended with Google voice, you would need to run a PBX with support for Google Voice, and provision the Enterprise Pro VoIP Phone to the PBX.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Is the headset loud enough? Some very negative reviews state that the headset is quite low even when set at maximum volume. My hearing is not great, how does the Ubiquiti compare to the Cisco 7960 ?
Asked by: Anonymous
we would not know which one will have higher volume with out testing them.
Answered by: Jacob C.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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can an existing number be transferred to the voip phone?
Asked by: Anonymous
You can but this is more dependent on the VoIP service provider selected, and their transferring options.
Answered by: Jacob C.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Does this unit work with optimum voice RJ11?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Enterprise VoIP Phone does not have an analog RJ11 port. It works with VOiP services. (SIP Protocol)
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Can you use this as a smart home phone without an ether net connection?
Asked by: Anonymous
I am sorry but that is not possible.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Will these phones ever come into stock?
Asked by: Jeffrey G.
Sorry, but there is no estimated date at this time.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Looking for wifi coverage for a large home with a yard. I would like to be able to use the same ssid and network information so that I can roam between access points or areas of the home and yard and still have uninterrupted coverage. Also, home will have several wifi thermostats and devices that need to be connected to each other on same network. I am wondering if this product might meet my needs. Also, is it too complex for someone who tinkers with computers but isn't a network engineer?
Asked by: david s.
I purchased three for very similar reasons. We have three of the access points distributed throughout the house. They are all wired to the basement where the (included) power over ethernet injectors provide power right through the networking cable. There, they all connect to a verizon fios router which has its wifi turned off. I am letting the Unifi equipment do it all. You may choose to do otherwise.We also have two wifi thermostats controlling two zones.All access points share the same SSID. (Unifi also has a zero hand off capability. Probably overkill for what you need and may not be supported by the firmware yet.)Configuring and running them is a bit different than you may be accustomed if you typically use a single wireless router. The configuration software (controller), while still accessible via a web browser, does not run on the networking hardware itself. You must run it on a computer somewhere on the network.This is not as complicated as it might sound. I run it on my MacBook when I need it, access it from the same MacBook, and shut it down when I am done. When you launch the controller, it provides a button to launch your browser. Once in the browser interface, setting things up is easy. It will even coordinate rolling updates to all the hardware for you.The controller software lets you inspect your network fairly completely. It allows you to see what devices are on the the network, which access point they are currently using, which devices are using the most bandwidth, etc. I was surprised to find just how many wifi devices are on our network. You can even set up a floor plan view with the coverage areas of each access point graphically approximated.In terms of reliability, things have been rock solid. I have not once rebooted any of them, outside of a firmware update, since I purchased them. This is something I did weekly with every wifi router I purchased previously.You should also consider EnGenius Technologies' products.
Answered by: Vincent S.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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