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    Thanks for all the help sourcing them - I've now got quotes flying in from all over

    I think we maybe need to look at efficacy of the Edugeek purchasing section vs peer-peer help

    Simon

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    Quote Originally Posted by snoerre View Post
    Lets wait for another 3-4 weeks. Then the new Ubiquity Pro access points will be available. Unfortunately I cannot find any data sheet. But it will get 3x3:3 MIMO and simultaneous dual band support...
    Was talking to a colleague earlier about this, and this supplier has the datasheet for the new Pro AP on their site: Ubiquiti UniFi UAP Pro

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    I'd just like to repeat the thanks to EVERYONE who came my rescue over sourcing their last remainder stock of them. I believe some might have got into trouble with the Edugeek overlords and I'd just like to re-compense them for any knuckle-rapping they might have received at trying to help me out (at little financial gain to themselves!)

    I have repeatably tried to find a supplier (both here on Edugeek and approaching retailers direct) without any previous success whatsoever

    Once again many thanks

    Simon

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    Hi Everyone,

    I'm also looking to convert from a H3C system only 3 years old! - Can I buy Unifi and use it in conjunction with another system?

    Just wondering if it can see the power, channel and strength from another branded AP but i'm guessing not hence why you use a controller?

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    The Unifi system is just that, a system. The controller talks to its own AP's and provides central command and control to Unifi radios.
    Please visit the forum at www.ubnt.com and read the stickies before posting...

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    Thanks for your reply, I couldn't really find the answer I was looking for....

    I want to know if I could do a split migration over to Unifi - We don't have the budget to take out the old and put in the new. Ideally want to buy some Unifi's but want to know if this will cause me problems? Will the Unifi see the H3C AP and adjust its power accordingly?

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