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Ubiquiti Unifi AP AC LR and Lite review

4)Wireless configuration
5)Throughput tests (Wireless/Wired)
6)Closing Notes

Intro: The Ubiquiti Unifi AP AC LR and Lite are enterprise level wireless access points that are extremely affordable for small to medium businesses, has lots of features and can tolerate a lot of heavy usage that enterprises require.
Review Note: I have been provided two APs The AC-Lite and AC-LR or Long Range. They both work together on the controller software that works on windows, mac, and linux called UNIFI. The app requires Java runtimes so please keep that in mind. Also for the controller to see the APs and adopt them you must have the controller on the same VLAN segment as the APs and you must let windows firewall or whatever firewall you use allow them.

Features: The Unifi AP AC LR and Lite features the following:

I am providing a comparison table for both units for this review:


1)Power brick was a POE injector. Allows for just one cable into the AP.
2)Instant setup…

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Thank you and good luck. compromised!

Image has been compromised by a nasty "flash upgrade" pop up that leads to malicious software. DO NOT ACCEPT!!!
Redit link 1:

Original source:

Someone has encountered the problem with Kasperski (sorry for mentioning another vendor! But this needed to be said)

(Care of Jetster At Tech Power up forums)

Here's a handy report on the IP address this attack is originating from
Please see there lots of IPs to block in your firewalls to further secure yourselves from other malware/attacks as well. I blocked in my hardware and software firewalls and hostsfiles as well. I suggest y'all do so too

For all that want to contact the owners of the IP address where the attacks originated from please cont…

Amped Wireless APR175 review

1)Intro 2)Features 3)Setup 4)Wireless configuration 5)Throughput tests (Wireless/Wired) 6)Firmware notes 7)Closing Notes
Intro: The Amped Wireless APR175 is a SOHO level wireless access point that is targeted at pro-sumers market  has an average amount  of featuresand can tolerate a good bit of heavy usage that pro-sumers require. 
Features: The Amped Wireless APR175 features the following:

1) Dual band 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz operation with 3 x 3 MIMO connectivity at up to 1200Mbps 2) 2 wired Gigabit LAN ports (1 PoE uplink/1 LAN) 3) 3 3x3mimo  dual band ext antennas with 27dBm output power for great wireless coverage. 4) SSIDs with configurable VLANs for each one providing more security then standard guest networks 5) Can operate as a controller and manage up to 7 APR175s with grouping

Luxul XAP-1510 review

1)Intro 2)Features 3)Setup 4)Wireless configuration 5)Throughput tests (Wireless/Wired) 6)Closing Notes Intro: The Luxul XAP-1510 is a wireless access point that is  targeted at pro-sumers market,has an average amount  of features and can tolerate a lot of heavy usage that pro-sumers require. Features: The Luxul XAP-1510 features the following: 1) Dual band 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz operation with 3 x 3 MIMO connectivity at up to 1900Mbps 2) 2 wired Gigabit LAN ports 3) 2 3x3mimo  dual band internal antennas with 30dBm output power for great wireless coverage. 4) SSIDs with configurable VLANs for each one providing more security then standard guest networks 5) Full VLAN configuration 6) Fixed and DHCP client address assignments 7) And lots more Setup: