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Controller based automatic channel and power selection

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Status: Implemented

Really the one feature that I consider makes it a "managed" solution. Would love it if the controller could automatically pick channels and power strength. Preferable on a regular basis to adapt to any new sources of interference or if adding in a new AP.

Very important option in vouchers page manager. Important!!

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Status: Implemented

An option in the unifi voucher manager page to delete multiple vouchers without pressing each time one by one to delete, for example an option to delete all used,   and an option to delete all the vouchers the new ones and the used ones all together,and the expired too ofcourse,  without deleting one by one,  its a top requested feature by many business , hope very soon to see this.    example in the picture above.....

 

 

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Statistics Page

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Status: Implemented

The statistics page needs more useful, granular data. Specifically, I'd like to see this page graph bandwidth statistics instead of transfer amounts. This would enable admins to gauge saturation of uplinks, etc. Transferred amount seems significantly less relevant than bandwidth utilization.

The addition of bandwidth usage by access point, and by user to the statistics graphs would also seem very important.

 

I believe this would be a huge asset to the the unifi controller. CloudTrax / OpenMesh implementation of this is an excellent example:

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Make multiple configuration changes - Reboot only once.

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Status: Implemented

When changes are made in the UniFi GUI, the AP's immediatly applies changes, causing a reboot/reprovision, usually of multiple access points.  Most of the time I find that I need to make multiple changes, which results in multiple reboots, most of the reboots could be avoided. 

I propose that configuration changes not be applied immediately but rather that the UI offer an APPLY CHANGES button.  Or even an option to apply changes in a rolling fashion or on a per-device basis, much like the existing "Upgrade" firmware option.  This would enable a minimum of disruption when configuring, especially in places where an AP client is covered by more than one AP.

 

 


Duplicates:

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/changes-without-going-offline/idi-p/654507

Two Factor Authentication option for unifi.ubnt.com

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Status: Implemented

Hello,

 

It would be great and vastly more secure to have an option to use Two Factor Authentication to sign into unifi.ubnt.com. Considering the cloud site offers complete access to all of a person's controllers, and the only auth method currently is a single username and password...

 

Google Auth support would be nice.

 

Thanks

Map Section of Web Interface - Intelligent Heatmap?

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Status: Implemented

Hi Guys,

 

I have been using Aerohive Aps for quite a while now and 1 feature that is really nice is the ability to have a heatmap of the site in the online hive manager. Similar to the Ubiquiti implementation, but it recognises walls and other structures and adjusts the coverage radius accordingly. The user has to manually draw the walls locations and select what type of material (i.e. Concrete, Brick, Drywall, Wood...etc). Then you have a pretty accurate visual display of your coverage area taking into account the structure around it.

 

I hope that makes sense,

Thanks,

Derek.

 

 

Aerohive Heatmap

Radius controlled VLANs

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Status: Implemented

VLAN assignment from a radius server.

This is where an SSID is advertised which connects users to different vlan's based on the response to their authentication on the radius server.

More information http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk722/tk809/technologies_configuration_example09186a008076317c.shtml

This is a must have feature for many organisations.

This post describes it further http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi/Radius-controlled-VLANs/m-p/273783#U273783

 

 

Duplicates: 

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Radius-Based-Vlan/idi-p/1270611

 

 

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Edit by @UBNT-Brandon

There is an beta of this firmware available. I just posted it in the UniFi Wireless Beta section. 

 

Sign up for Beta:

https://help.ubnt.com/hc/en-us/articles/204908664-How-To-Signup-for-Beta-Access

 

Gen1 hardware (UAP, UAP-LR, UAP-OD, UAP-OD5, PicoM2, UAP-Pro, UAP-OD+):

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Wireless-Beta/1ST-GEN-QCA-UAP-RADIUS-controlled-VLAN-firmware/m-p/1470884#U1470884

 

Gen2 hardware (UAP-AC-PRO, UAP-AC-LR, UAP-AC-LITE):

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Wireless-Beta/2ND-GEN-AC-ONLY-RADIUS-controlled-VLAN-firmware/td-p/1415486

 

Cheers,

Brandon

Hashing the passwords (Do not store in clear text)

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Status: Implemented

Please don't store the passwords (admin/user/...) in clear text (if anybody manages to get into the machine hosting the controller, people will have a leak).

Passwords should be salted and hashed, and the password reset functionality could be done through a script that will simply set a new password in the database.

Per SSID MAC Filtering

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Status: Implemented

I would like to see per SSID MAC filtering (Allow all, whitelist, blacklist etc), I realise MAC filtering provides a limited amount of security however it is an important tool in a layered security approach.

Ideally this could be implemented per SSID so that you can run a whitelist (allow only listed MACs) on the corporate network, and allow all (potentially with blacklist) on a guest network.

 

 

Duplicates:
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/MAC-address-Whitelist/idi-p/1174586
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/20
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/270
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/331
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/1100
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/1583
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/1600
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/2065
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/1643
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/1140
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/1963
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/141
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/2206
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/1579
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/2168

Controller Emails

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Status: Implemented

The alert system needs some tweaking. My controller is off site in the NOC and monitors everything remotely. If a site has it's internet connection drop, the controller will send every admin for that site an email for every AP that went down. This is a really bad way of doing things... As a result, I turn emailing off. Example- I have a site with 50 access points and 4 admins. If the connection drops, it sends 200 emails!

Options Needed:

1- Delay sending the first email for a minute or two, if more or all of the ap's go down during that delay, send ONE email with either all ap's listed or that says the site is down. 

2- Add an option to send emails only to specific users instead of all users. 

3- Send alerts when devices come back up, but following the rules of #1

Duplicates:
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Configurable-Email-Alert-Settings/idi-p/1156745
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/change-email-alert-subject-to-contain-AP-name/idi-p/1198938

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Unifi-Email-Alerts/idi-p/735409

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/quot-Back-Online-quot-Email-Alert/idi-p/686711

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Rogue-Access-Point-Alerts/idi-p/1169055
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Offline-Online-notification-alerts-options/idi-p/888614
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Unifi-Alerts-AP-Recovery/idi-p/864304
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/More-Descriptive-Disconnection-Email/idi-p/907584
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Unifi-Controller-notification-AP-Up-status/idi-p/1079479

 

 

 

Minimum RSSI in GUI

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Status: Implemented

Allow Minimum RSSI to be uniquly set for each radio in the Unifi GUI.  If you have reservations that non technical users will not know how to tune these setting properly, make it so that a simple line in config.properties will enable and unhide these control elements in the GUI.

 

Come on UBNT I believe in YOU!

 

-Nate

 

 

Duplicates:

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/668

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/1975

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/ideas/v2/ideapage/blog-id/UniFi_Ideas/article-id/2150

publish SNMP MIBs !!!

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Status: Implemented

it's already possible to enable SNMPv1 on UniFi APs and, through it, gather some basic network informations. It would be awesome to gather some specific WiFi parameters as well, like number of connected clients (total), number of users, number of guests, etc etc etc. Maybe that's already possible, but not having the MIB published makes it very difficult (to not say impossible) to guess which OID the informations are.

So, please Ubiquiti, get the UniFi APs MIB published !

 

 

Links to official UBNT MIBs for UniFi:

http://dl.ubnt-ut.com/snmp/UBNT-MIB
http://dl.ubnt-ut.com/snmp/UBNT-UniFi-MIB

 

 

Duplicates:

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/SNMP-v3-and-MIBS/idi-p/1253852
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/SNMP-CPU-Usage-and-per-AP-Clients/idi-p/675047
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/SNMP-support-for-UniFi-UAP-AC/idi-p/1240578
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Request-SNMP-Value-Active-Clients-Temperature-MIB/idi-p/1198666

UNIFI Admin Management Tool

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Status: Implemented

Managing Admins in Unifi needs to be SIMPLE  in 3.X onward

 

I propose a Manage Admins Page.  On the page we would have a list of Adminsitrators for ALL SITES.

From here you can create, edit, or delete an admin (For specific or ALL Sites)

Admin Type        GLOBAL or SITE

Global Admin = Can manage EVERYTHING...  (Special Option "FOUNDER" ONLY a FOUNDER can manage a FOUNDER)

Site Admin = Can manage only sites that are checked of a list.  (Special Option "Manage Admins" can add remove or edit site admins for sites which he/she has access to)

 

 

Example Adam installs the server he runs an IT firm.  He is set to Global Admin (Founder=ON)

 

Adam needs his second in command to be able to manage his customer sites. Adam add John as a Global Admin (Founder=OFF).

 

John install a new customer (Car Dealership) creates the new site in the existing controller and adopts the AP's.  The end user says I need my local IT tech Bob to be able to manage these and update passwords.

John adds another users     "Bob"  as Site Admin (Manage Admins=ON) for Site "Car Dealership"   

 

Bob needs his tech "Tim" who is in on the weekends to have admin access to the site.  Bob adds Tim as Site Admin (Manage Admin = OFF)

 

Adam is a Global Admin and can manage all sites.  He also is a founder so he can not be removed by any NON-FOUNDER.

John is a Global Admin for all sites.  He can do anything except remove Adam.

Bob is a Site Admin for One Site Only.  He can add new site admins or manage that Site Only.

Tim is a Site Admin for the same site as Bob.  He can't add admins.  He can only manage that site only.

 

 

 

 

Duplicates (Includes requests for Admin Permission Levels)

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Admin-Levels/idi-p/1240887
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Additional-Admin-user/idi-p/1064371
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Multiple-Super-Admins/idi-p/841098
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Add-multiple-admin-account/idi-p/648959
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Unifi-Single-Site-Admin-Users/idi-p/650491
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/second-Full-Admin-to-Unifi-Controller/idi-p/929254
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Need-a-global-Admin-User-interface-ASAP/idi-p/725923
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/User-with-Minimal-Admin-Permissions/idi-p/1063329

Dashboard for all sites

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Status: Implemented

We have about 30 sites in our Unifi Controller, and really missing a dashboard/status page for all sites that you have access to.

 

Basically the existing top bar for each site listing active/inactive/pending APs and number of Users/Guests would be enough. But it would also be nice to be able to list all APs for all sites in one page that is filterable so you can easily check status per AP, reboot and update.

 

Robin

 

Duplicates:
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Feature-Request-Dashboard-Overall-site-status/idi-p/1278480

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Show-all-current-accesspoints/idi-p/611129
http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Controller-System-Health-across-all-sites/idi-p/603467

http://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Feature-Requests/Network-health-multiple-site-overview/idi-p/1105035

 

@UBNT-Brandon Edit 28 Jan. 2016:

 

@rssvanberg

 

We have now implemented this to some degree, but for monitoring multiple controllers.  
We will also implement 'all sites overview' for a single controller with multiple site as well.  
(Note, I was wrong on a previous edit, this edit corrects that.)

 

To use 'monitor multiple controllers' feature, enable Cloud access in each controller (4.8.12+), and go to unifi.ubnt.com.  We will be improving this as we go, but at least for now it should cover a lot of what you need.  

 

A quick example (from my small set of controllers - work and home):

 

Enable Cloud access (requires 4.8.12+ for operation):
Screen Shot 2016-01-25 at 12.03.00 PM.png

unifi.ubnt.com (requires Chrome for access):

Screen Shot 2016-01-25 at 12.06.46 PM.png

 

BR,

Brandon

Request - Integration of 802.11r and 802.11k

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Status: Implemented

Hi,

 

May I suggest you to integrate 802.11r and 802.11k. Those protocoles allow a faster roaming between the access points.

 

Thanks