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My church purchased a Unifi system & had the seller set it up & got him to administrathe it. Recently he took off & no one has heard from him for about a month.

So I'm looking for some help in getting back up & running. Have any of you had any experience with Unified I could understand it a little betier & get some pointers?

Thanks!
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Aaron Tomosky earned 1500 total points
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The access points function solo but they are configures with the controller software. Try to find where that is installed.
http://www.ubnt.com/download/
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Thanks Aaron, I will check that out.
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