Blocking a device is one of my favorite features. When a kid isn't listening choosing their device and choosing block really gets their attention. It would be nice to choose "Block" and choose a few time options....IE (1hr, 12hrs, 24hrs, forever)
Please, develop a new mobile App for Guest Users.
This is a concept made by me
Include this features:
- Customizable company name
- Remain time of the connection
- Start and finish time
- Package current activate, total traffic or remaining Mb/Gb
- Autentication method: Facebook, Google, Voucher, API, Simple Password
- Details of the network: type, signal, local IP, MAC address, etc.
- Bandwidth limit and speed test
- Live chat support with the admin's
- Panel of notifications, to recibe notes/notices of the admin's
I would like to request if Remote OpenVPN can be added to the next update for both USG and USG-Pro. With the world full of hackers and governement intervention, I would like to have a peace of mind knowing my connection is safe with my OpenVPN service - AirVPN.
Can you please check if it is possible to extract all the information of the people that are logged in to my Acess Points to a excel spreadsheet?
It would be nice to have a WiFi Client Heat Mapping built into the UniFi controller. Not sure how far it could be taken but if it's possible to triangulate using multiple AP's and WiFi signal strength.
Pretty much title says it all. LetsEncrypt allows for trusted chain SSL certification that is automated and expires every 90 days.
For people not needing full paid for keys this would allow trusted keys and would stop the more agressive browsers that are starting to make it harder to visit self-signed pages.
I've used the Tripp Lite and APC PDUs and UPSs for years. We install them at most of our clients so that we can remotely power any devices on site regardless of their internal management capabilities and for the rare occasion when a manageable device goes offline.
We use the Tripp Lite PDUMH15NET most often, which is available in 8 and 16 port configurations. Occsionally we use the Vertical 0U models. These are reasonably priced devices but the remote management interfaces are severely lacking.
We have standardized on the UniFi product and install USG, Switch, and AP in as many of our clients as possible. I would love to have a UniFi'd version of one of these Horizontal PDUs. or even the UPSs which have some limited Switched port management.
I would think that this could even be an OEM opportunity to work with a company like Tripp Lite to have them manufacture the devices providing a look and feel of a Ubiquiti device and have your team provide the management interface and software to control it.
Currently, no alerts are sent when USG or Cloud Key goes down, or is restarted. Alerts are working when AP disconnects.
Can the team modify the Unifi Mothership to send an alert when the Cloud Key disconnects and also when it reconnects?
Also, it is understandable the USG cannot send an alert when it goes down, but an alert can be sent when the USG is restarted.
There area couple threade on this, as well.
I would like to be able to send an HTTP request a Unifi switch to reboot a specific PoE port.
For example, I have monitoring software that notices that an IP camera has stopped responding. I can set up the software to send an HTTP request to power cycle the port so the device will reboot.
This would be super handy to have.
In the Networks tab it work be good to have a switch next to each network to enable or disable the network.
Possible uses include:
- Quickly standing up a test network that you don't want permanently on.
- Preconfiguring a network ready to enable on your go live date.
- Setting up failover or Disaster Recovery networks ready to quickly enable when needed. Good for VPNs.
Hide upgrade available notifications when the installed version is newer than the published version. This applies to device updates as well as controller updates.
"Update available" is listed when the current controller version is newer than the 'available' version:
The desired behavior would be for the upgrade notifications to be present only if the available version is greater than the currently installed version for the controller or device.
I’d love to see an option to have the firmware repo for given devices cached locally on the controller, so that upgrades can be done on the LAN as opposed to pulling the firmware image from UBNT’s CDN for each device.
A simple checkbox per device category I want automatically stored locally.
Even better would then be linking the device “upgrade” buttons to my local controller repo.
Just a thought.
In the sites overview, it'd be cool to use google maps to map locations across any region.
Maybe even go so far as to incorporate some type of site-wide heatmap accounting for all floors overlayed on google maps, but that's wishful thinking. A simple pin map of locations would be nice.
Ive done some searching but not sure if ive missed anything
In the scheduled backup section of unifi, it would be good to select an external location, some suggestions
- UNC Path
- FTP Location
- Cloud Service (Dropbox, OneDrive)
Working with the default bash shell on UniFi / EdgeOS products can get quite frustrating.
I wish you could add the following paragraph to the "/home/username/.bashrc" file so it autocompletes files and some commands by pressing tab.
if [ -f /etc/bash_completion ] && ! shopt -oq posix; then . /etc/bash_completion fi
This seems a bit awkward to post this, but it seems that some users are having issues with the automated backups dumping to /run which is a tmpfs with a very small footprint. If the backup fails, due to space exhaustion, the temporary files are also not cleaned up. If any other services are using /run for anything, this could also corrupt their functioning. Maybe it would be a wise idea to move the location where temporary files for backups are stored to a different location, such as a subdirectory of opt? Maybe create /opt/tmp or /opt/run?
We have a bunch of teleworkers who are connected into our head office (via site-to-site VPN). We have Unifi APs at our office, however are stuck finding a Unifi product we could use at these locations that doesn't require mounting to a wall/ceiling.
It would be great if Ubiquiti could produce a desktop AP (something like the AirCube ISP, with the hardware of the UAP-IW), so we could provide wifi to locations where mounting an AP is not feasible.
- evanrich on: Unifi switch port vlan choices
- Hsd1965 on: IP Change Feature on USG
- Hsd1965 on: ADDITIONAL SSID PER AP
- reva on: Bandwidth limits for wired clients
- amarcu5 on: Security improvement: Hide version number at UniFi controller login
- traft00 on: REQUEST Openvpn
- AV-Tech on: Unifi Client App for GUEST users
- EDPR on: Factory reset APs by power cycling them.
- Hsd1965 on: automatic reboot
- AADIP on: UniFi AC IW version without WiFi
- refactor everything to VPP/DPDK (i.e., join the fd.io project)
- Unifi switch port vlan choices
- UniFi the AmpliFi
- Parental Controls with time limits
- IP Change Feature on USG
- Better VLAN Support with Mesh Devices
- Guest Portal Customization : AngularJS need help
- SSID scheduling
- devices watching
- Re: Hotspot - Client Page (Data Utilization)