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Ubiquiti UniFi Software Release Notes: 5.5.19, 5.5.20, 5.5.24

5.5.19 See the official release notes. Added AP tagging Added support for FreeRADIUS on USG. Configured under Settings–>Services–>RADIUS. Enabled LAN2 support for USG3. Added L2TP over IPsec option for remote user VPN config. Added...

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Ubiquiti UniFi Software Release Notes: 5.6.19

This is the first stable release of the 5.6 branch. You can view the official release notes. Controller Changes Since 5.6.18 airTime and airView now open in new windows. Replaced antenna gain field with...

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Ubiquiti Firmware Release Notes: 3.8.3.6587

Here is my second attempt at creating a useful summary of release notes from Ubiquiti’s official release notes. Some Helpful Notes The abbreviation UAPG1, UAPG2, UAPG3 standard for UniFi Access Point Generation 1, 2,...

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Ubiquiti UniFi Software Release Notes: 5.5.19

Why? Ubiquiti does versioning differently (I’m not saying wrong). While this is 5.5.19, most folks won’t be going from 5.5.18 to 5.5.19 and seeing only minor changes. Rather most of us are moving from...

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Hyper-V Backups

A few resources relating to creating backups of Hyper-V virtual machines. Carbonite – A general, online backup service that supports Hyper-V. Cloudbase Solutions’ HV Backup – Free, open source, but hasn’t been updated since...

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Project Management Options

Some resources on Project Management software including links to various software options as well as articles on the subject. ¬†Asana Instagantt ProjectLibre –¬†Open Source, cloud hosted option coming soon. dapulse GanttProject – Open Source....

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Structured Cabling

This article provides a brief overview of structured cabling. According to Wikipedia’s article on “Structured Cabling” there are six subsystems into which structured cabling falls: Entrance Facilities – The termination point of the communications...

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Growing Up the Internet

Roger A. Grimes has written an interesting article for InfoWorld discussing the reality that relatively minor players can take down large segments of the internet and that many critical systems rely upon the internet....