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Linus Torvalds – Google+: Working gadgets: Ubiquiti UniFi collection (and a whole bunch of Unifi/Ubiquiti/Ubtn links).

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/01/21

Seems my interest in Ubiquiti needs more research: [WayBackLinus Torvalds – Google+: Working gadgets: Ubiquiti UniFi collection.

Hopefully by now I’ve time to re-design the WiFi coverage in the house and invest in a few of those access points.

Related:

Splitting 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz SSIDs: two ways (I think the second is cleaner)

  1. Either have one WLAN group with a set of SSIDs, then in each access point disable the 2.4Ghz SSID on the 5GHz radio, and disable the 5Ghz SSID on the 2.4Ghz radio
  2. Have different WLAN groups with an SSID (or set of SSIDs) for each frequency, then in each access point select the appropriate group for each radio

For both the first and second one, you need to configure under “Config” -> “WLANs”.

For the second one, you can clone from the first, then change the SSID names.

–jeroen

Troy Hunt videos Introduction to UniFi ([WayBack] “At first I thought it was a Unifi brand name (I was listening as a pod-cast, not watching). The YouTube subtitles understand it as “ever net” or “Ewa net”. When watching, I finally understood what @troyhunt meant.Note: “Ewa” means “brings life”.https://t.co/MsCpcmJeyo”):

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