Ubiquiti's EdgeRouter Pro is a "big-iron" router at a prosumer price. And screaming fast, too!
Ubiquiti has announced two additions to its UniFi outdoor access point family.
We retested Ubiquiti's UAP-AC and found improved 5 GHz performance, but now problems with 2.4 GHz.
The Ubiquiti's UAP-LR is a decent, inexpensive access point. But only partially lives up to its "Long Range" moniker.
Ubiquiti's UniFi 3.0 is a value-priced, centrally-managed Wi-Fi system that can start small, grow big and throws in the controller for free.
The performance of Ubiquiti's UAP-AC AC1750 class access point doesn't quite measure up to what we have found with consumer AC routers.
Ubiquiti has announced a new wireless management OS and draft 802.11ac access point to go with it.
Updated - If you are struggling to get Ubiquiti's EdgeRouter Lite to function as a basic router, these tips and pre-made config files should help
Ubiquiti's EdgeRouter Lite will be lots of fun for networking pros and lesser-skilled tinkerers with lots of patience. But average consumers should steer clear.
Every router manufacturer fights for market share. But who is winning? We present SmallNetBuilder's first ever router market share report.