When accessing a UniFi controller, there are several administrator account types to choose from - with each differing in access rights and functionality. In this guide, we will give you a whirlwind tour of the different administrator account types to choose from, as well as how to set them up.
There will be times when you need to reset your Omada devices to factory defaults: * You have purchased a second hand device. A factory reset should always be done in this case before it is deployed * Your device was previously adopted but you don't know the credentials * A failed upgrade
Your Hubox Omada Controller makes it easy to upgrade your device firmware. In most cases, a couple of clicks are all that's required. However, in some very rare cases, you may need to 'rescue' a failed upgrade with a manual upgrade via your controller GUI. 💡Pro-Tip: When you see the
There are two key methods of IP assignment in a network, both with their advantages and disadvantages. These are 'DHCP' (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) and 'Static assignment'. This is the case in any network and is in no way unique to the Unifi environment. You can mix both methods on
If you are using the Unifi ecosystem there will be times when you should reset to factory defaults. . . * You have purchased a second hand device. A factory reset should always be done in this case before it even touches your network * Your controller states that the device is 'Managed by
There may be times when problems arise with your Unifi devices, It could be because the power blinked and sent the firmware out of whack, or an upgrade that went awry. In any case, using SSH to control your device is considered to be an advanced procedure. While it may
Your Hubox Unifi Controller makes it easy to upgrade your device firmware. In most cases, a couple of clicks are all that's required. However, in some very rare cases, you may need to 'rescue' a failed upgrade with a manual upgrade via your controller GUI, or in very rare cases,
This page assumes you have already set up a site in your Hubox Omada Controller and have connected and powered up the device or devices to be adopted. We will also make the assumption that the device is in a factory defaulted state. If the device requires defaulting, this can
There are several methods through which UniFi devices can be adopted to a Cloud-based controller for Layer 3 (L3) device management. So which is best? In this walkthrough guide we explore the options. To adopt your device to a Cloud (L3) controller, you will need to follow the set-inform process.