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Introduction:

You've just purchased a Ubiquiti Security Gateway and ready to get it up and running at the office.

Step 1

Go to link below and download the latest version of the UniFi Controller.

downloads.ubnt.com/unifi

Step 2

Launch the newly installed software and click Launch a Browser to Manage the Network.

Step 3

Select the correct country and time zone.

Step 4

Select the Ubiquiti Security Gateway and click on Next.

Step 5

Create an SSID and Security Key for your wireless network. You can a Guest SSID as well.

Step 6

Create an Admin Name and Password.

Step 7

Review the settings that you've created and click on Finish.


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UniFi and UISP Controller Hosting Options

Originally Posted: May 1st, 2021
Last Edited: June 14th, 2021

UniFi vs. UNMS/UISP

If you want to run a Ubiquiti network, you need to decide which products you’re using, and where your controller is going to be hosted.

Ubiquiti separates their devices into two separate ecosystems, with different use cases, software, and management models. UniFi and UISP are separate, and there is no easy way to tie them together and manage them in one place. If you need products from both sides, you need to operate two separate controllers. At Meta Mesh, we self-host both a UniFi controller and a UISP controller because we use UniFi, EdgeMAX, AirFiber, and LTU equipment.

Recently, Ubiquiti renamed UNMS into UISP, and they started rolling out a line of UISP routers and switches. Things are changing on the UniFi side as well, with development of UniFi OS and the release of the UniFi Dream Machines. Ubiquiti has made some of their plans for UniFi OS and UISP development public, but there’s a lot we don’t know. There are rumors of the two systems merging but for now, they are separate. This guide covers things how they are in early 2021. I’m going to address UniFi and UISP separately, so it helps to understand what those are before we discuss hosting options.

UniFi: Home and Small Business

UniFi is an ecosystem with multiple models of wireless access points, routers, switches, security cameras, controller appliances, VoIP phones, and access control products. All UniFi devices rely on a UniFi controller for configuration, management, and monitoring. UniFi devices can function without a UniFi controller present, with limited functionality. For anything more than a standalone access point or two, I’d recommend an always-on UniFi controller. The UniFi controller is the only way to make configuration changes for a UniFi network, and it provides monitoring and most of the benefits you’d want from UniFi products.

Before the UniFi Dream Machine came out, this was an easier topic to cover. If you opt for a UniFi Dream Machine or UniFi Dream Machine Pro, you have to use the built-in UniFi controller in those devices. The Dream Machines can’t be adopted to an external controller. If you have multiple network sites, this means you’ll need a Dream Machine at each, and you’ll be relying on Ubiquiti’s free remote access or a VPN to administer them individually, and all the security implications that come with that. This guide focuses on non-Dream Machine networks, where routing is handled by a USG, USG-Pro, UXG-Pro, or some other router.

UISP: Network Operators and Professional Users

The UISP controller is an optional overlay for EdgeMAX, AirMAX, AirFiber, UFiber, and LTU products. EdgeRouters and EdgeSwitches are marketed towards network operators, and professional users who need more control over their network than what UniFi offers. Ubiquiti also has many different point-to-point and point-to-multipoint wireless radios. Besides the 60 GHz UniFi Building-to-building bridge, they all exist in the UISP ecosystem. If you’re a WISP, MSP, or use multiple of these products, you might want to run a UISP controller.

The UISP controller isn’t the exact equivalent of the UniFi controller, because most configuration isn’t handled in the controller. The UISP controller currently supports connection, discovery, firmware upgrades, statistics, and monitoring for all UISP devices. Only the AirCube and UFiber lines are fully supported for configuration, and there are some basic configuration options for EdgeRouters and AirMAX radios. For most UISP devices, you will still need manage them individually using their web interfaces, or via SSH. The UISP controller is essentially a central place to monitor and be alerted to issues. UISP also includes UCRM, which can be used for client management, ticketing, scheduling, and billing.

Now that we have a broad overview of the two different ecosystems, lets go over the options for hosting UniFi and UISP controllers.

UniFi Controller Hosting Options

Pros and Cons of different UniFi hosting options

UniFi Cloud Key

The simplest option is the UniFi Cloud Key, which is a small Linux computer that can sit locally on the LAN of the network, and be used to manage it locally and remotely. The Cloud Key Gen 2+ can manage one USG, 10 UniFi switches, 40 APs, and up to 2000 clients. If you have more devices or multiple sites you can use multiple Cloud Keys, usually one at each site.

In 2021, there’s a bit of risk deploying a Cloud Key based network. There was a recent controversy where Ubiquiti removed the multi-site capability of the Cloud Key, but they reversed that decision after users complained. Even if you want to give them the benefit of the doubt and say that was a bug, it’s still a cause for concern. When you chose a Cloud Key, you’re reliant on Ubiquiti for future support, and that’s not certain. Ubiquiti recently started advertising it’s UniFi Dream Machine for the “best experience” when you create a new site in the latest UniFi controller software. The future of the Cloud Key isn’t clear, and they seem to be pushing people towards the Dream Machines going forward.

I hope that was a bug, not a decision that was reversed when the Ubiquiti community reacted loudly. I’m inclined to think it was intentional. Either way, I’m less likely to recommend a Cloud Key now. Ubiquiti has to rebuild our trust and commit to the ongoing development and future of Cloud Key managed networks. In the mean time, a better solution is to look into a self-hosted or cloud-hosted UniFi Controller.

UniFi Hosted: Self or Cloud

If the Cloud Key is too limited or you want more control over your options, you can either self-host or use a cloud service to host a UniFi controller. If you have the hardware and expertise, you can host the controller yourself on your own equipment. If you’re planning on deploying multiple sites using remote L3 adoption, this typically requires a public IP address or a public DNS entry combined with the set-inform command. See Ubiquiti’s help article on remote L3 adoption for more details.

Guides for how to setup and host your own UniFi controller:

If you don’t want to maintain the hardware itself, you can also utilize a cloud service like AWS or Azure. If you chose to operate your own UniFi Controller on one of those services, you’re still responsible for the maintenance, configuration, and security of the controller. The same setup and maintenance tasks apply, you’re just running it on someone else’s computer.

If you need the scale of a hosted controller, but don’t have the expertise or time needed to manage a controller, there are services like HostiFi.

UniFi: HostiFi

HostiFi is a paid service, where you pay for hosting and a custom domain. HostiFi controllers can handle up to 2,000 devices, and firmware and security updates are handled for you. Part of what you’re paying for is the services of Reilly Chase and his team, which test firmware updates as they come out and reliably deploy them across your network. If you’ve followed Ubiquiti and know anything about their firmware, you’ll know this is a valuable service.

Besides the underlying server being maintained for you, a HostiFi controller is the same as any other. You’ll still need to go through the remote L3 adoption process for new devices, and you’ll still use the UniFi controller to configure and monitor all your UniFi devices. HostiFi handles all the background server maintenance for you, and can also allow you to specify a custom domain for your controller. They also have technical support available for when you have issues with your controller or firmware updates.

UISP Controller Hosting Options

UISP Hosted: Self or Cloud

There’s nothing like the Cloud Key for UISP, but the other hosting options are the same as with UniFi. To make a hosted UISP controller you have to host the server on your own hardware or in the cloud, or rely on a service like HostiFi. If you have a server or older PC laying around, you can use that to host your UISP controller. You can put it in a container or a public cloud hosting service. There’s a lot of options out there, it’s just a matter of deciding how powerful of a server you need, and how much you want to spend on that.

UISP: HostiFi

If all of this sounds complicated, HostiFi also supports UISP controllers. Just like with UniFi, HostiFi is a paid service which deals with a lot of the complexity for you. You can pay HostiFi do deal with the hosting, firmware updates, and compatibility issues for your UISP controller. The HostiFi team personally tests each firmware update, and ensures that your network won’t run into issues when Ubiquiti pushes flaky firmware updates. With HostiFi, you’re paying for that expertise as well as the raw hosting and service fees.

UniFi Protect, Access, and Talk

Here’s where things get a little confusing. The above was all about the UniFi Network or UISP Controllers. UniFi also has a few other applications which can be added. UniFi Protect, UniFi Access, and UniFi Talk are three newer applications from Ubiquiti. UniFi Protect replaced UniFi Video, and allows for remote viewing of Ubiquiti security cameras. UniFi Access is the software for supporting door locks and other access control devices. UniFi Talk is for VoIP phones and phone service.

These three applications can all be hosted on a UniFi Dream Machine Pro or UniFi Cloud Key Gen 2 Plus. They support all of these applications inside what Ubiquiti calls “UniFi OS”. They’ve also recently reworked how they’re referring to the hardware and software here. See their “Clarifying UniFi Hardware and Software Terminology” announcement for more details.

The naming is a little awkward, but what matters is the UDM-Pro can run these applications, and the Cloud Key Gen 2 can as well.

UniFi OS Consoles Overview

Dream Machines

UniFi Dream Machine (UDM)

  • UniFi Router/Firewall, switch, and wireless access point

  • UniFi Controller built-in

  • No other UniFi Applications can be added

UniFi Dream Machine Pro (UDM-Pro)

  • UniFi Router/Firewall and Switch

  • UniFi Controller built-in

  • Unifi Protect built-in, with a single 3.5” hard drive bay

  • UniFi Access can be added

  • UniFi Talk can be added

  • UniFi LED built-in — when using UniFi LED products

Cloud Keys

UniFi Cloud Key Gen 2 (UCK-Gen2)

  • UniFi Controller built-in

  • No other UniFi applications can be added

UniFi Cloud Key Gen 2 Plus (UCK-Gen2-Plus)

  • UniFi Controller built-in

  • Unifi Protect built-in, with a single 2.5” hard drive bay

    • Comes with 1 TB drive, can be expanded up to 5 TB

  • UniFi Access can be added

  • UniFi Talk can be added

  • UniFi LED built-in — when using UniFi LED products

Network Video Recorders

UniFi NVR (UNVR)

  • UniFi Protect application built-in

  • No other UniFi applications can be added

  • Four (4) 3.5” hard drive bays with RAID 1/5/10 support

  • Supports up to (15) fifteen 4K cameras, or (50) fifty 1080p cameras

  • Supports USP-RPS for redundant power

UniFi NVR Pro (UNVR-Pro)

  • UniFi Protect application built-in

  • No other UniFi applications can be added

  • Seven (7) 3.5” hard drive bays with RAID 1/5/10 support

  • Supports up to (20) twenty 4K cameras, or (60) sixty 1080p cameras with up to 60 days of recording time

  • Supports USP-RPS for redundant power

UniFi Application Options

You can also look at things the other way, depending on which UniFi application you’re trying to run. See Ubiquiti’s supported camera limits help article for more details on camera and device limits. Ubiquiti NVRs only work with Ubiquiti cameras, 3rd party cameras are not supported.

UniFi Protect Hardware

UniFi Cloud Key Gen 2 (UCK-Gen2-Plus)

  • UniFi Protect application built-in

  • (1) one 2.5” hard drive bay

  • If acting as only an NVR

    • Supports up to (20) twenty 1080p UniFi cameras

    • Supports up to (7) seven 4K UniFi cameras

  • If acting as an NVR and UniFi Network Controller

    • Camera limits are lower

    • Supports up to (20) twenty 1080p UniFi cameras and/or up to 50 UniFi devices

    • Performance suffers when supporting a lot of cameras and a lot of network devices.

UniFi Dream Machine Pro (UDM-Pro)

  • UniFi Protect application built-in

  • (1) one 3.5” hard drive bay

  • If acting as only an NVR

    • Supports up to (20) twenty 1080p UniFi cameras

    • Supports up to (7) seven 4K UniFi cameras

  • If acting as an NVR and UniFi Network Controller

    • Camera limits are lower

    • Supports up to (20) twenty 1080p UniFi cameras and/or up to 50 UniFi devices

    • Performance suffers when supporting a lot of cameras and a lot of network devices

UniFi NVR (UNVR)

  • UniFi Protect application built-in

  • Four (4) 3.5” hard drive bays with RAID 1/5/10 support

  • Supports up to (15) fifteen 4K UniFi cameras, or (50) fifty 1080p UniFi cameras

UniFi NVR Pro (UNVR-Pro)

  • UniFi Protect application built-in

  • Seven (7) 3.5” hard drive bays with RAID 1/5/10 support

  • Supports up to (20) twenty 4K UniFi cameras, or (60) sixty 1080p UniFi cameras, with up to 60 days of recording time

UniFi Access Hardware

  • UniFi Cloud Key Gen 2 Plus (UCK-Gen2-Plus)

  • UniFi Dream Machine Pro (UDM-Pro)

  • UA Hub for controlling door sensors and card readers

UniFi Talk Hardware

  • UniFi Cloud Key Gen 2 Plus (UCK-Gen2-Plus)

  • UniFi Dream Machine Pro (UDM-Pro)

  • Require Ubiquiti VoIP phones

  • Software and service are in beta

UniFi LED Hardware

  • UniFi Cloud Key Gen 2 Plus (UCK-Gen2-Plus)

  • UniFi Dream Machine Pro (UDM-Pro)

  • UniFi LED is discontinued, but you can still see the old UniFi LED product pages.

  • UniFi LED support is added when UniFi LED devices are connected.

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